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Microbiology Virtual Week 2021

Labroots Virtual Event

September 07, 2021, at 6:00 AM PST - September 09, 2021, at 5:00 PM PST

The Labroots Microbiology Virtual Week is a content-rich program that showcases the latest developments in infectious disease research and diagnostics and therapeutics development. At the event, we showcased our coronavirus products, respiratory disease reference materials, antimicrobial-resistant strains, standards for next-generation sequencing, molecular standards, and more! Check out our resources below to see how we can support your incredible research.

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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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