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Arabidopsis Biological Resource Center

Summary:

The ABRC collects, preserves, reproduces and distributes diverse seed and other stocks of Arabidopsis thaliana and related species. Resources are donated by researchers from around the world. More than 100,000 samples are shipped annually to researchers and educators from 60 countries.

ABRC holdings include: Arabidopsis seed stocks and clones, Arabidopsis cell lines and protein chips, Seed and clone resources from related species, Cloning vectors and host strains, and Education kits.

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  • Arabidopsis Education Kits ( Support service )

    Our education kits, which utilize Arabidopsis to demonstrate key concepts of biology, are distributed all over the world free of charge.

  • Green K-12+ initiative ( Training service )

    The ABRC has made plants an integral part of the Columbus area K-12 curriculum through the Green K-12+ initiative, a pilot program composed of a series of user-friendly exercises that help explain basic scientific concepts to students, approved by the Columbus City Schools Curriculum Committee. ABRC is an official partner with the Columbus City Schools.


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Last updated: 2021-12-14T09:34:29.071-05:00

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