Enteric Disease Research Materials

Controls you can trust

ATCC enteric disease research materials provide you with the reliability of fully authenticated and characterized cultures for the development and evaluation of dependable tools.

  • Pathogenic microbial strains
  • Microbiome standards
  • Cell models and hosts
  • Genomic and synthetic nucleic acids

These products support a wide range of applications, including the development of novel therapeutics and rapid detection methods, drug discovery, and the analysis of enteric pathogens. Browse our enteric disease solutions using the links provided below, or:

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Microbial Tools

Throughout the developing world, enteric illnesses caused by contaminated food and water result in the death of 2 million young children every year. To help support research and advancements in food and water safety, ATCC offers microbial strains representing a number of predominant enteric pathogens, including Salmonella enterica, Escherichia coli, Campylobacter spp., and more!

Cell-Based Tools

Recent data from the National Cancer Institute indicates that colorectal cancer is the fourth most common cancer in the United States. To help support research in this field, ATCC provides a variety of authenticated, high-quality cell lines that provide solid experimental platforms for cancer research and drug discovery. Strengthen your enteric disease research today with ATCC cell-based tools!

ATCC® Genuine Nucleics

The ATCC® Genuine Nucleics collection represents the largest and most diverse array of both cellular and microbiological genomic, synthetic, and certified reference materials available worldwide. Each preparation is isolated or synthetically derived under aseptic conditions to prevent cross-contamination. What’s more, you can trust that the DNA and RNA you obtain from ATCC has been fully authenticated and characterized to ensure integrity, purity, quantity, functional activity, and identity.