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Association for Molecular Pathology (AMP) 2023 Annual Meeting & Expo

Salt Palace Convention Center, Salt Lake City, Utah

November 14, 2023 - November 18, 2023

AMP brought 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. Explore our resources below to learn about our high-quality products and reference-quality genomic data that support molecular diagnostics development.

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Integrating ATCC Reference Materials into your Molecular Diagnostics Workflows: The Nexus of Bioinformatics with Authenticated Cells, Microorganisms, and Derivatives
Presenters: Victoria Knight-Connoni, PhD, Head of Content Development and BioNexus Principal Scientist, ATCC and Fang Tian, PhD, Director, Biological Content, ATCC
Venue: Salt Palace Convention Center
Room: 252
Date: November 15, 2023
Time: 3:00 – 3:50 PM

Development and validation of molecular diagnostic assays for clinical oncology and infectious disease rely on authenticated biological models and reference-quality genomic data to ensure accuracy and reliability of results. Check out our AMP Corporate Workshop to learn how ATCC supports each stage of the assay development workflow with authenticated cell models, microbial strains, and derivatives that are backed by whole-genome sequencing data and bioinformatics analyses.

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Meet the presenters

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Victoria Knight-Connoni, PhD

Head of Content Development and BioNexus Principal Scientist, ATCC

Dr. Knight-Connoni is a BioNexus Foundation Principal Scientist at ATCC where she is curates the catalog of products for use by the scientific community. Her team is responsible for sourcing new items to add to the collection and authenticating and characterizing the biological material. Dr. Knight-Connoni has spent her career in industrial microbiology working at several biotech companies focused on natural product discovery using microbes as the source of products. She has built and characterized microbial strain collections at multiple companies and led in vitro screening teams at Cubist and Indigo for product discovery. Dr. Knight-Connoni holds a doctorate in microbiology from the University of New Hampshire.

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Fang Tian, PhD

Director, Biological Content, ATCC

Dr. Fang Tian, Director of Biological Content for ATCC, has extensive experience in cell biology and molecular biology. She oversees human, animal cell lines and hybridomas, and product development in the Cell Biology General Collection at ATCC. Dr. Tian was a research fellow in Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School. She conducted postdoctoral research at the Hillman Cancer Institute of UPMC.

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Purified and quantitative Genomic Cell Line DNA

ATCC has developed purified and quantitative cell line genomic DNA (qDNA) with known mutation allelic frequency and gene copy number, which can provide a reliable and more sustainable alternative to patient tissue-derived controls for oncology molecular diagnostic assays.

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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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Isogenic Cell Lines

With genome editing tools such as CRISPR/Cas9, ATCC has created isogenic cell lines with mutants of key oncogenes, which are ideal for identifying novel, personalized treatment regimens. Explore our resources.

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SARS-CoV-2 Molecular Diagnostics Development

ATCC provides an extensive array of authenticated and clinically relevant materials for evaluating limit of detection, inclusivity, and cross-reactivity.

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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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Primary Cell Solutions

ATCC Primary Cell Solutions is a system of matched components designed to boost growth, maximize functionality, and maintain normal morphology for each primary cell type. T

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Tumor/Normal Matched Cell Line Pairs

Tumor-derived cell lines matched to either normal or metastatic cell lines obtained from the same patient provide a valuable resource for cancer studies.

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Quality Control Strains for Commercial Assays

With nearly a century’s worth of expertise in biomaterials handling, storage, and authentication, ATCC has the credible tools needed to support your QC programs.

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Influenza Research Materials

ATCC has made it a priority to provide researchers with the authenticated and fully characterized reference materials needed to support their research on Influenza virus.

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Development and Use of Synthetic Molecular Standards for Dengue Virus Serotypes 1-4

ATCC has developed 4 quantitated synthetic molecular standards for Dengue virus (DENV) serotypes 1-4 for use as positive controls in qRT-PCR assays. Read this study to explore the development and application of these molecular standards.

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Development and Validation of a Quantitative Synthetic Molecular Standard for Monkeypox virus

In this study, ATCC designed and developed a quantitative synthetic molecular standard for Monkeypox virus to serve as a safe and reliable positive control material when conducting diagnostics assays.

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Use of Recombinant Bacteria with Unique Tags as Spike-in Controls for Microbiome Studies

In this application note, we describe the construction and application of ATCC Spike-in Standards as a tool for quantitative metagenomic analysis.


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