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2nd Meeting of the American Society for Intercellular Communication (ASIC) 2022

Bolger Center, Potomac, Maryland

October 13, 2022 - October 15, 2022

The 2nd meeting of the American Society for Intracellular Communication (ASIC) created a platform where researchers discussed cutting-edge developments in the field of extracellular vesicles, extracellular particles, and particulate carriers of extracellular RNA. Check out our presentation from the event to learn about ATCC's portfolio of exosomes and to learn about our method for producing highly purified exosomes from different cell types.

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Large-Scale Manufacturing and Functional Assessment of Extracellular Vesicles
Heather Branscome, MS, PhD, Supervisor, Laboratory Operations, ATCC
October 14, 2022
10:20 AM – 10:35 AM

The immense interest in extracellular vesicles (EVs) underlies a significant need for both the isolation of high-quality EVs from large-scale batches and the development of industry standards for the characterization and quality control testing of EVs. Check out our presentation to learn about ATCC's reproducible method for manufacturing production-scale batches of high-quality EVs from different cell types.

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Large green sphere releasing several small green exosome spheres. Illustration. Poster

Development and Characterization of Cancer Cell Line Exosomes as Reference Standards

This is a poster presented at the 2019 AACR Annual Meeting that demonstrates the isolation and purification of exosomes.

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Isolation and Characterization of Exosomes From Large-Scale Cell Cultures

This is a poster presented at the 2018 World Preclinical Conference that demonstrates how to isolate and concentrate functional exosomes.

Clusters of blue and green exosomes. Webinar

On the Edge of the Bubble: Use of Exosomes as Reference Materials in Biomedical Research

Watch this webinar to hear an overview of exosomes from various well-characterized ATCC cell lines and data indicating that these extracellular vesicles can be used as reference materials in biological research and assay development.


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