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Canine MDR1 Knockout, Human MDR1 Knockin MDCKII Cells

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Properties

Quality Level   200
biological source   canine kidney (cocker spaniel)
storage temp.   −196°C
Gene Information   human ... ABCB1(5243)

Description

Application

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Features and Benefits

MDCK II - Madin-Darby canine kidney- is a subclone derived from the heterogenous parent line - MDCK (ECACC catalogue no. 85011435) MDCK II cells, which predominate in later passages from MDCK, are reported to display electrical resistance of 100 ohm/cm2. This strain is thought to be derived from the distal tubule or collecting duct of the nephron. The cell line can be used as an experimental model to study the generation and maintenance of cell surface polarity in epithelial cells.

The canine MDR1 (cP-gp) efflux transporter gene has been effectively disrupted in both alleles. There is no expression of the cP-gp. Human MDR1 (P-gp) has been transfected into the MDCKII cell line. Validation studies have shown efflux of standard MDR1 substrates.

Quality

Tested for Mycoplasma, sterility, post-freeze viability, short terminal repeat (STR) analysis for cell line identification.

Legal Information

This product is covered under a consumable purchase agreement for one-time use only. For more information:ADME/Tox Cell Lines License

MDCKII subclone was originally isolated by Daniel Louvard, Institut Curie, Paris France.
References: Hansson, G.C.,Simons, K and Van Meer G (1986) EMBO 5: 483-489, Louvard D (1980) PNAS 77; 4132-4136

Safety & Documentation

Safety Information

RIDADR 
NONH for all modes of transport
WGK Germany 
WGK 3
Flash Point(F) 
Not applicable
Flash Point(C) 
Not applicable

Documents

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Protocols & Articles

Articles

CRISPR Engineered MDCKII Cells Without Canine P-glycoprotein

Madin-Darby Canine Kidney (MDCK) cells are one of the most widely used cell lines for a variety of research applications, including drug permeability and transporter studies. One of the main drawback...
Keywords: Cancer, Gene expression, Transfection

Peer-Reviewed Papers
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