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For more information about the cookies we use, contact INRA’s Data Protection Officer by email at cil-dpo@inra.fr or by post at:

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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

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Availability of DNA in each BRC

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Access the biological material available from each Biological Resource Centre, according to its holdings.

From each partner BRC you can access the list of organisms which DNA is publicly available. Click on the collection acronym on the table below or on the left menu to access the list of DNAs available. Please kindly check the availability in this section before placing an order.

Biological Resource Centre

Main resources preserved

Country

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BCCM/LMBP

Plasmids

Belgium

BCCM/LMG

Bacteria

BCCM/MUCL

Filamentous fungi

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CABI

Filamentous fungi

United Kingdom

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CBS

Filamentous fungi and Yeasts

the Netherlands

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CECT

Bacteria, Filamentous fungi and Yeasts

Spain

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CIRM-BIA

Food bacteria

France

CIRM-BP

Pathogenic bacteria

CIRM-CFBP

Plant-associated bacteria

CIRM-CF

Filamentous fungi

CIRM-Levures

Yeasts

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DSMZ

Bacteria and Archaea

Germany

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CRBIP

Bacteria

France

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MUM

Filamentous fungi

Portugal