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SOT 60th Annual Meeting and ToxExpo 2021

Virtual Event

March 12, 2021, at 9:30 AM ET - March 26, 2021, at 2:45 PM ET

Toxicologists and scientists from related disciplines were invited to attend the SOT 60th Annual Meeting and ToxExpo. At this virtual event, we shared our products supporting toxicology and toxicity testing and presented data focused on models for toxicity screening and the development of 3D neurospheres. Browse our resources below to explore our high-quality standards for toxicology research.

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Green astrocyte GFAP neural progenitor cells.

Development and application of iPSC-derived neurospheres

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Exhibitor-hosted session

Models Providing High Biological Relevance and Predictability in Toxicological Assays

Presenter: Kevin Grady, BS, Senior Product Line Business Manager, ATCC

Presenter: Kevin Tyo, PhD, Scientist, ATCC

Developing cell-based assays can be problematic; the cells must be physiologically relevant for the assay to be predictive, yet sufficiently abundant to be included in the assay without introducing interexperimental variability. hTERT-immortalized primary cells address both issues. Primary cells exhibit the highest biological relevance and hTERT-immortalized primary cells exhibit the growth characteristics of continuous cell lines with physiological attributes of primary cells. In this presentation, ATCC experts discussed the characteristics and utility of various respiratory, skin, and kidney models in toxicological assays.

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hTERT kidney renal proximal tubular epithelial cells.

Toxicology testing products

ATCC knows that worthwhile science takes time, especially in the toxicology, pre-clinical stages of drug development. It is critical that the standards and model organisms used in toxicological testing are reliable and authenticated. We can help streamline your research by providing the most authenticated, advanced, and functional models available. Let ATCC revolutionize and accelerate your toxicology studies in every phase of the research and testing process.

ATCC provides the cells, media, and reagents needed to explore each step of the in vitro preclinical testing process—from modeling, screening, and characterization to exploratory toxicology to pharmacokinetics and metabolism. We provide renal, neural, airway, and skin toxicity for such applications as high-content screening, 3D culture, spheroid culture, permeability assays, metabolic stability and survival studies, transport activity measurement, and more.

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Check out our posters from SOT ToxExpo 2020

Red IPSC colony nanog cells. Poster

Development of Assay-ready iPSCs-derived CD34+ Cells, Monocytes, and Mesenchymal Stem Cells

This is a poster presented at SOT ToxExpo 2020 that explores the development of assay-ready iPSC-derived cells.

Orange and black fluoroscent, web-like melanocyte cells. Poster

An In Vitro Cell Model for Toxicity Studies and Pigmentation Regulation

This is a poster presented at SOT ToxExpo 2020 that explores novel models for toxicity studies and pigmentation regulation.


SOT 60th Annual Meeting and ToxExpo 2021

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