Blue DNA strand with sides made of light blue balls.

Association for Molecular Pathology (AMP) 2022 Annual Meeting & Expo

Phoenix Convention Center, Phoenix, Arizona

November 01, 2022 - November 05, 2022

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. Join us at booth #920 and attend our AMP Corporate Workshop to learn more about  our high-quality products and reference-quality genomic data that support molecular diagnostics development.

Need to speak to one of ATCC’s representatives about a product or service? Make an appointment with us so we can discuss your needs.

Contact us

Translucent green DNA strands.

Attend our AMP Corporate Workshop

Genomic Data Quality: Connecting the Dots Between Bioinformatics and Physical Materials
Jonathan Jacobs, PhD, Senior Director of Bioinformatics, ATCC
November 2, 2022

Breaks in the data provenance between biological source materials and genomics data are challenges for scientific reproducibility. Join our AMP Corporate Workshop to to learn about the importance of data provenance in genomics and to explore how ATCC is addressing this issue through a standardized approach for producing high-quality reference genomes from authenticated ATCC strains.

Register for the corporate workshop
Clear blue DNA helix strand.

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

Visit the ATCC Genome Portal

Contact us today!

Your ATCC sales representative stands ready to discuss your research needs and provide you with personalized care in sourcing reference materials, managing requests, and providing sales quotes. Please complete our form to let us know how we can help, and we will start working on your needs right away.

We will not share your information outside of our distributors network and solely use it to send relevant communications.
Your form has been successfully submitted