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MRA-1155B   Anopheles quadriannulatus, Strain SANGWE, Bulk Frozen
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Designations: Anopheles quadriannulatus, Strain SANGWE, Bulk Frozen
Organism: Anopheles quadriannulatus
Biosafety Level: 1
Availability Status: In Stock
Store at: -80°C or colder
Contributor: W Takken

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The Anopheles quadriannulatus (An. quadriannulatus), strain SANGWE colony originated from female mosquitoes collected in 1999 by Dr. Richard Hunt near the Sabi River in Sangwe, Zimbabwe. Eggs from these females were used to establish the colony, which was maintained by membrane feeding using cattle blood.

The wild-type SANGWE strain was karyotyped as 2L+; Xf+/f heterozygous. The complete genome of An. quadriannulatus, strain SANGWE is being sequenced (BioProject: PRJNA67511).

MRA-1155B is suitable for DNA and RNA isolation, protein extraction, etc.

Each tube of MRA-1155B contains at least 100 adult male and female wild-type An. quadriannulatus, strain SANGWE mosquitoes, which were preserved in liquid nitrogen (quick-frozen) while alive.

Citations: Acknowledgment for publications should read “The following reagent was obtained through BEI Resources, NIAID, NIH: Anopheles quadriannulatus, Strain SANGWE, Bulk Frozen, MRA-1155B, contributed by Willem Takken.”
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Anopheles quadriannulatus SANGWE, Eggs
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