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ASM Microbe 2023

George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, Texas

June 15, 2023 - June 19, 2023

ASM Microbe showcases the best microbial sciences in the world and provides a one-of-a-kind forum to explore the complete spectrum of microbiology from basic science to translation and application. Join ATCC at booth #907 and check out our resources below to explore our antimicrobial-resistant strains, NGS standards, molecular standards, heat-inactivated material, and more! Investigators are also encouraged stop by booth #905 to visit BEI Resources, a NIAID-funded program managed by ATCC, which offers a catalog of infectious disease research materials to qualified researchers.

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Explore assay development resources for current outbreaks

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SARS-CoV-2 molecular diagnostics development

For SARS-CoV-2 molecular diagnostics manufacturers moving from emergency use authorization (EUA) to 510(k) premarket submission to the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA), robust testing must be performed to demonstrate that the device is safe and effective as well as substantially equivalent to legally marketed devices. To support these validation studies, ATCC provides an extensive array of authenticated and clinically relevant strains and genomic and synthetic nucleic acids for evaluating limit of detection, inclusivity, and cross-reactivity.

Develop your SARS-CoV-2 Assay
Monkeypox virus

Monkeypox virus molecular diagnostics development

Accurate and rapid diagnosis of mpox is critical for timely healthcare and tracking of transmission. To support the need for increased monitoring, ATCC provides a variety of orthopoxviruses and nucleic acids that support assay development and validation. We have also developed a research use only (RUO) quantitative synthetic monkeypox virus DNA preparation with a sequence design based on several published assays.

Develop your monkeypox assay
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Reference-quality sequences

Through the ATCC Genome Portal, you can easily search, access, and analyze hundreds of reference-quality genome sequences. Our optimized methodology is designed to achieve complete, circularized (when biologically appropriate), and contiguous genomic elements by using short-read (viruses) and hybrid (bacteria and fungi) assembly techniques. We then took our workflow one step further by accompanying each stage of the process with rigorous quality control analyses that ensure our data are the highest quality possible. Only the data that passes all quality control criteria are published to the ATCC Genome Portal. Visit the portal today to find the high-quality data you need for your research.

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Check out our recent research

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Use of Recombinant Bacteria with Unique Tags as Spike-in Controls for the Quantification of Microbiome Content

This is a poster presented at ASM-NGS 2022 that demonstrates the utility of innovative whole-cell and genomic spike-in standards in microbiome research.

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An End-to-End Pipeline for Characterization and Annotation of Traceable Bacterial Material

This is a poster presented at ASM NSG 2022 that discusses our end-to-end bioinformatics pipeline for the characterization and annotation of microbial strains.

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A Bioinformatics Pipeline for Characterizing SARS-CoV-2 Viral Stocks

This is a poster presented at ASM NSG 2022 that discusses our bioinformatics pipeline for evaluating SARS-CoV-2 variant identity.

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Translational Ramifications of Crowd-sourced Genomics Data

This is a poster presented at LAMG 2022 that explores the importance of of high-quality, curated reference data.

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The Untapped Potential of ATCC’s Fungal Collection

This is a poster presented at Plant Health 2022 that demonstrates the application of ATCC fungal strains in plant disease research and biocontrol.

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Development and Validation of Quantitative Synthetic Molecular Standards for Chlamydia trachomatis Lymphogranuloma Venereum (LGV) Serovars L1, L2, and L3

This is a poster presented at ASM Microbe 2022 that demonstrates the use of molecular standards for Chlamydia trachomatis as controls in assay development and validation.

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Development and Validation of Quantitative Synthetic Molecular Standards for Human Herpesvirus 6A, 7, and 8

This is a poster presented at ASM Microbe 2022 that demonstrates the use of Human herpesvirus molecular standards as controls in assay development and validation.

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Increasing ONT Throughput for the ATCC Genome Portal

This is a poster presented at ASM Microbe 2022 that explores ATCC's efforts toward developing a higher throughput sequencing pipeline.

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The ATCC Genome Portal – An Updated Resource for Authenticated Microbial Reference Genomes

This is a poster presented at ASM Microbe 2022 that explores the generation of high-quality, curated reference data.


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