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Association for Molecular Pathology (AMP) 2021 Annual Meeting & Expo

Philadelphia, PA

November 16, 2021, at 8:30 AM ET - November 20, 2021, at 5:45 PM ET

AMP brings together key researchers in every aspect of molecular diagnostics, including interpretation and reporting of molecular diagnostic tests; assay development, validation, and performance; and translational research.

Unfortunately due to the recent developments regarding the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, the 2021 Association for Molecular Pathology Annual Meeting & Expo has been canceled. Though we are unable to see each other at the show this year, you can still browse our resources below to explore our high-quality products and data that support the development of molecular-based assays!

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The Elephant in the Room: Data Provenance & Authenticity in Microbial Genomics

AMP Corporate Workshop
On-demand presentation

View our AMP Corporate Workshop to learn more about the importance of data provenance in genomics and to explore ATCC’s approach to producing high-quality, authenticated reference genomes.

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You have the credible ATCC materials—now get the high-quality genomic data!

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The ATCC Genome Portal: Our Approach to Whole-genome Sequencing

Discover the features of the ATCC Genome Portal and understand the DNA extraction, sequencing, and bioinformatic methods we use to produce high-quality, reference-grade genomes.

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Microbial Genome Databases

As part of the Enhanced Authentication Initiative, we identified the key challenges regarding existing microbial genome databases and developed a solution for improving the quality of reference genome sequences.

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The Need for Standards in Human Microbiome Research

The human microbiome changes over time with respect to lifestyle, the environment, and exposure to disease. This individual biology is a powerful tool for personalized healthcare and precision medicine.

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Raising the Standards for Microbiome Research

NGS standards with known compositions are essential for ensuring assay optimization and data reproducibility throughout each stage of the workflow—from sample collection to data analysis

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The Rise of Multidrug-Resistant Strains and Need for New Therapeutic Approaches

Multidrug-resistant microbial strains are continually implicated in a number of infections worldwide, resulting in significant increases in morbidity, mortality, and healthcare expense. To help control the emergence and spread of these pathogens, discovering new and effective treatment methods is of the upmost importance.

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Immuno-oncology Research Tools

Support your immuno-oncology research with fully characterized and authenticated cell lines, human primary cells, and advanced cell models from ATCC.

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Genetic Alteration Cell Panel

A comprehensive guide providing details and data on our AKT, BRAF, EGFR, ERK, FGFR, MET, MYC, PI3K, PTEN, and RAS genetic alteration cell panels.

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ATCC Tumor Cell Panels by Gene Mutations and Tissue Origin

The value of tumor cell lines, as research models and drug discovery tools, is greatly enhanced when there is an understanding of the underlying genetic abnormalities that drive their phenotype. ATCC has taken the first step for your research by annotating our tumor cell lines with gene mutation data from the Sanger Institute COSMIC database, and additional in-house testing.


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