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SOT 62nd Annual Meeting and ToxExpo 2023

Nashville Music City Center, Nashville, Tennessee

March 19, 2023 - March 23, 2023

Toxicologists and scientists from related disciplines are invited to attend the SOT 62nd Annual Meeting and ToxExpo. Join us at booth #503 to explore our products that support toxicologic sciences and toxicity testing. Browse our resources below to explore our high-quality standards for toxicology research.

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Join our Exhibitor-hosted Session

Primary and hTERT-immortalized Cells: Physiologically Relevant Cell Models for Toxicological Assays
Human primary cells and hTERT-immortalized cells are well-established tools for building 2-D and 3-D in vitro models for biomedical research. Our experts discuss the characteristics of respiratory, skin, and kidney primary and hTERT-immortalized cells and their use in toxicological assays.

Presenters: Brian Shapiro, PhD, Marketing Segment Manager, Oncology, ATCC; Sujoy Lahiri, PhD, Lead Scientist, ATCC; Carolina Lucchesi, PhD, BioNexus Foundation Principal Scientist, ATCC
Location: Music City Center room 101D
Date: March 21, 2023
Time: 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM

This session is an Exhibitor-Hosted Session. Although not an official part of the SOT Annual Meeting scientific program, its presentation is permitted by the Society.

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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Green neural progenitor stem cells. Poster

Establishment of 3-D Neurosphere Cultures from Human iPSC-derived Neural Progenitor Cells

This is a poster presented at SOT ToxExpo 2021 that explores the development of iPSC-derived neurospheres and their applications in drug screening and toxicology testing.

Purple and blue normal bronchial lung epithelial cells. Poster

Evaluating Short- and Long-term Toxicity Response of Models to Either Cadmium Chloride or Pentamidine

This is a poster presented at ACT 2022 that discusses the development and application of airway models for toxicity testing.

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

Development of hTERT-Immortalized Neonatal Melanocytes for Toxicity Studies and Melanogenesis Regulation

This is a poster presented at ACT 2022 that demonstrates the use of hTERT-immortalized melanocytes as in vitro cell models for skin toxicology studies


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