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Join us at SOT & ToxExpo

Visit us at booth #401 and join our poster session to get the details on our newest products for toxicology and for a peek at our upcoming models.

Now Available: T Cell Checkpoint Luciferase Reporter

Evaluate novel therapies that block activation of PD-1/PD-L1 signaling.

Now Available: Adenovirus type 5 Reference Material

Calibrate your controls and improve your development by using a high-quality reference material.

Listen to Our New Podcast Episode

Hear Dr. Schüle discuss the challenges that researchers face when looking for biomarkers and druggable targets to treat Parkinson’s Disease.

 

Immunotherapy development

Explore our fully characterized and authenticated cell lines, human primary cells, and advanced cell models such as our CAR-T target and checkpoint luciferase reporter cells.

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Cancer research

ATCC offers well-characterized cell lines, organoids, primary and hTERT-immortalized cells, iPSCs, and CRISPR/Cas9 genome-edited cells that support oncology drug development.

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Molecular diagnostics development

Develop and validate your molecular diagnostic assays faster with ready-to-use quantitative genomic and synthetic molecular standards and heat-inactivated preparations.

Find assay development tools

 

Resources for Recent Outbreaks

SARS-CoV-2

For SARS-CoV-2 molecular diagnostics manufacturers moving from EUA to 510(k) premarket submission to FDA, ATCC provides a variety of clinically relevant materials for evaluating limit of detection, inclusivity, and cross-reactivity.

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