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Clinical Virology Symposium

West Palm Beach, Florida

May 01, 2022, at 8:30 AM ET - May 04, 2022, at 12:00 PM ET

The ASM Clinical Virology Symposium brings together top biomedical scientists, physicians, and laboratorians to discuss the latest in diagnostic virology, vaccine development, and molecular diagnostics.

Unfortunately due to the recent developments regarding the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, ATCC will not be exhibiting at the conference this year. Though we are unable to see each other at the show, you can still browse our resources below to explore our high-quality standards that support your incredible research.

Want to contact an ATCC representative to learn more about our coronavirus products, high-titer viruses, virome standards, and molecular standards? Make an appointment with us so we can discuss your needs.

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Coronavirus resources

As the world works together to end the COVID-19 pandemic, ATCC is continuing its mission to provide the high-quality, authenticated material and data needed to create novel therapeutics, vaccines, and diagnostic tools. Through our accelerated efforts, we have expanded our portfolio to encompass a variety of resources to support your essential research, including heat-inactivated preparations, genomic and synthetic nucleic acids, antibodies, microbial strains for cross-reactivity testing, and cell lines and supporting media for virus propagation. Explore our coronavirus resources today and be sure to explore the ATCC Genome Portal to access the whole-genome sequences of our SARS-CoV-2 strains.

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Explore our featured resources for virology

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Virus Culture Fundamentals: Methods and Strategies for Viral Propagation

In this webinar, ATCC virologists provide an in-depth look at viral propagation and present strategies used to grow, authenticate, and troubleshoot virus cultures.

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Virology Culture Guide

The virology culture guide is packed with tips and techniques for propagating viruses.

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Genomic and Synthetic Molecular Standards: Build a Better Assay

Reliable controls are a critical component in the development of molecular-based assays. In this webinar, we cover ATCC’s growing offering of quantitative genomic and synthetic molecular standards and we provide application data demonstrating the potential use of these products in diagnostic assay development.


Clinical Virology Symposium

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