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Detailed information for selected cell line:

Cell Line: HUES PGD 10
NIH Registration Number: 0179
NIH Approval Number: NIHhESC-12-0179
Available for Distribution: Yes
Provider Restrictions: HUES line recipients must provide documentation of ESCRO (or equivalent ethical) review for the research planned with the requested lines to Harvard University.

NIH Restrictions: (No Additional Restrictions)
Additional Information: HUES PGD-10 was derived from an embryo tested using preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) because one of the parents had been diagnosed with a balanced translocation [46, XY, t(2;16)(q21;q22)].

The embryo from which HUES PGD-10 was derived was diagnosed through PGD, using FISH, as having an extra copy of the long arm of chromosome 2, a missing arm of chromosome 16, as well as being monosomic for chromosomes 13 and 21. The line itself has not yet been karyotyped.

Submitting Organization: Harvard University
Provider Name: Eggan Lab
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Provider Email: dsantos@mcb.harvard.edu
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Approval Date: 09/24/2012


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