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※ GFP bioresources Announcement of GFP bioresources
※ CRISPR/Cas9 genome edited bioresources Announcement of bioresources developed by the CRISPR/Cas9 technology:MTA(C-0065)
※ The 19 FPs owned or licensed by TBUSA Amendment to the license agreement between Takara Bio USA, Inc. and RIKEN BRC on preservation and distribution of Fluorescent Proteins for academic use

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CategoryOrder FormApproval Form b)
Material Transfer Agreement a)
Category I
For use in research for not-for-profit academic purpose
Category II
For use in research for-profit-research purpose

How to write

C-0007 (2022.07.21)

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C-0047-C-0007 (2022.07.21)
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AESC-0032C-0006C-0007 (2022.07.21)
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APSC-0033C-0006C-0007 (2022.07.21)
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HESC-0061 (2018.12.28)
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a) Please use an appropriate category of Material Transfer Agreement (MTA).

  •   Category I MTA
    For not-for-profit academic researches by not-for-profit institutions.
  •  Category II MTA
    Applicable for the following use:
  1. By for-profit institutions.
  2. For collaborative researches by not-for-profit institutions with for-profit institutions.
  3. For contract researches by not-for-profit institutions financed by for-profit institutions.
  4. For researches by not-for-profit institutions for financial gain, including researches that directly aim to obtain patent.

b)  In addition to Category I or II MTA, certain resources require prior written permission of the depositors.

Regarding outsourcing
When you outsource a part of works using our cell lines such as analysis of genes, analysis of differentiation potential, or generation of modified cell lines, an additional document is necessary in addition to the concluded MTA.
For such cases, please contact us prior to outsourcing a work.

Please send your form to the following address

Cell Bank, RIKEN BioResource Research Center (BRC)
3-1-1 Koyadai, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, 305-0074, Japan
E-mail  : cellbank.brcriken.jp

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