Parkinson's Disease Plasmid Resource
Addgene is working with The Michael J. Fox Foundation (MJFF) along with individual laboratories to assemble a Parkinson's disease (PD) plasmid resource for the scientific research community. Addgene welcomes all submissions of plasmids that can be used in the study of PD.
Learn more about the scientists who have contributed plasmids to Addgene's PD collection or browse their plasmid collections below.
Please note that MJFF's plasmids are available to both academic and industrial labs. All other plasmids are available to academic labs only.
Browse Addgene's growing collection of over 200 PD plasmids here.
If you obtain one of these plasmids and subsequently create a derivative plasmid, Addgene and MJFF encourage you to deposit it to the collection for the benefit of the Parkinson's Disease research community.
PD gene pages with information on available plasmids (wt and mutant), references, and links.
MJFF has assembled a comprehensive website filled with information on Parkinson's research, resources, clinical trials, and information for patients, family, friends, and community members.
PDGene is a database for Parkinson's Disease that provides a comprehensive, unbiased and regularly updated field synopsis of genetic association studies performed in Parkinson's disease.
The Parkinson's Disease Mutation Database is curated by the Parkinson's Institute from Leiden University Medical Center and provides a comprehensive look at PD gene variants.