Quantitative Nucleic Acids

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Empower your research and assay development

Extraction and quantification of nucleic acids can require extensive time, labor, and expense you could be spending on research. To save you time and money, we have developed stabilized, quantitative nucleic acids that can be used for assay development, verification, validation, monitoring of day-to-day test variation, inclusivity/exclusivity testing, establishing limits of detection, and lot-to-lot performance of molecular-based assays. Quantitative formats also allow for the generation of a standard curve to determine microbial load.

Our portfolio of quantitative products includes: 

  • Genomic nucleic acids – Whole genome preparations aseptically prepared from minimally passaged ATCC Genuine Cultures 
  • Certified reference materials – Genomic DNA produced under an ISO 17034 accredited process to confirm identity, well-defined characteristics, and an established chain of custody. 
  • Synthetic nucleic acids – DNA and RNA synthetically manufactured under an ISO 13485 certified process to include key target regions from select bacterial and viral strains

We also offer custom nucleic acids services if you are unable to find the materials you need. ATCC will grow, extract, and purify nucleic acids from most ATCC cultures in larger quantities.

So, skip in vitro and let ATCC do the work for you! You can trust ATCC Genuine Nucleics for your laboratory’s molecular needs, and get your research started today.

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Quantitative Genomic DNAs for Oncology Molecular Diagnostics

We discuss a panel of quantitative genomic DNAs isolated from ATCC authenticated cancer cell lines that can be used as controls in oncology molecular diagnostic assays.

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Simplifying Assay Development with Molecular Standards

We offer a portfolio of genomic and synthetic molecular standards that provide convenient, reliable controls for quantitative PCR applications. This webinar discusses how validated process controls remove the burden of culture work, nucleic acid extraction, and quantitation.

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Quantitative Nucleic Acids

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