Instructions to MTA Request

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'''Material Transfer'''
To request materials from the Conklin Lab, please complete a Material Transfer Agreement Request Form and email it to Sophia.fuentes@gladstone.ucsf.edu. Please note that no MTA is required for GenMAPP since it is open source.
To request materials from the Conklin Lab, please complete a Material Transfer Agreement Request Form and email it to Sophia.fuentes@gladstone.ucsf.edu. Please note that no MTA is required for GenMAPP since it is open source.
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'''RASSL & Related Materials:'''
The Gladstone MTA may be used only by non-profit and academic institutions for internal research purposes. If your company is a commercial concern and you are interested in receiving RASSL-related materials, please contact the Gladstone Intellectual Property Department (see below).
The Gladstone MTA may be used only by non-profit and academic institutions for internal research purposes. If your company is a commercial concern and you are interested in receiving RASSL-related materials, please contact the Gladstone Intellectual Property Department (see below).
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G Protein Chimeras:
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'''G Protein Chimeras:'''
For requests of chimeric G proteins, the Gladstone MTA may be used only by non-profit and academic institutions for internal research purposes. If your company is a commercial concern and you are interested in receiving chimeric G proteins or related materials, please contact the Gladstone Intellectual Property Office (see contact information below).
For requests of chimeric G proteins, the Gladstone MTA may be used only by non-profit and academic institutions for internal research purposes. If your company is a commercial concern and you are interested in receiving chimeric G proteins or related materials, please contact the Gladstone Intellectual Property Office (see contact information below).
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Once your material request is received, it will be submitted for scientific approval and an MTA will be sent.
Once your material request is received, it will be submitted for scientific approval and an MTA will be sent.
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For more information, please contact:
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'''For more information, please contact:'''
Elana Urbansky
Elana Urbansky

Revision as of 15:02, 29 July 2009

Material Transfer

To request materials from the Conklin Lab, please complete a Material Transfer Agreement Request Form and email it to Sophia.fuentes@gladstone.ucsf.edu. Please note that no MTA is required for GenMAPP since it is open source.


RASSL & Related Materials: The Gladstone MTA may be used only by non-profit and academic institutions for internal research purposes. If your company is a commercial concern and you are interested in receiving RASSL-related materials, please contact the Gladstone Intellectual Property Department (see below).


G Protein Chimeras: For requests of chimeric G proteins, the Gladstone MTA may be used only by non-profit and academic institutions for internal research purposes. If your company is a commercial concern and you are interested in receiving chimeric G proteins or related materials, please contact the Gladstone Intellectual Property Office (see contact information below).


Once your material request is received, it will be submitted for scientific approval and an MTA will be sent.


For more information, please contact:

Elana Urbansky Administrative Assistant to Dr. Bruce Conklin Email: elana.urbansky@gladstone.ucsf.edu 415-734-2705 Fax: 415-355-0960

Joan V. Bruland, J.D. Intellectual Property Counsel Email: jbruland@gladstone.ucsf.edu 415-734-2018

Intellectual Property/Technology Transfer Department The J. David Gladstone Institutes 1650 Owens Street San Francisco, CA 94158

  • Faxed agreements will be accepted provided original(s) follow immediately via courier or mail.
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