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Technology descriptions follow.
Immortalized Stria Vascularis Cell Line SV-k1
Description of Technology
Available for nonexclusive licensing for research uses is the cell line, SV-k1, derived from the Organ of Corti. The line was developed from the stria vascularis, an organ localized on the lateral wall of the cochlea, adjacent to the Organ of Corti, containing cell populations specialized in the production of an endolymph very rich in K+ characteristic of the mammalian inner ear. SV-k1 cells express a set of biomarkers completely different of those expressed by OC-k3 cells (See notice for E-012-2017/0 published contemporaneously herewith), and are not sensitive to ototoxic drugs.
Potential Commercial Applications
- Hearing research
Gilda Mabel Canseco de Kalinec and Federico Kalinec (both of NIDCD).
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2. Gratton MA et al., “Strial marginal cells play a role in basement membrane homeostasis: In vitro and in vivo evidence.” Hear Res 163:27-36, 2002.
3. Park, C., et al., “HEl-OC1 Cells as a Model for Investigating Prestin Function.” (2016) Hear Res 335:9-17.
HHS Reference No. E-013-2017/0—Research Material.
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Dated: November 7, 2016.
National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, Office of Technology Transfer and Development, National Institutes of Health.
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