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Nucleic Acids from Human Cells

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Get ready-to-use nucleic acids and focus on your research

When you start with the right controls, you can get your research done faster and get reliable and reproducible results. We provide ready-to-use nucleic acids from clinically relevant cell lines, allowing you to focus on your research and assay development efforts. 

The extraction, preparation, and verification of nucleic acids can often require extensive amounts of time, labor, and expense. ATCC has developed stabilized nucleic acid preparations for use in inclusivity/exclusivity testing, establishing limits of detection, validating or comparing test methods, and diagnostic assay development. 

So, partner with the cell biology experts and let us do the work for you! You can trust ATCC Genuine Nucleic Acids for your laboratory’s molecular needs to expedite your research efforts.

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Cell Line Genomic DNAs for the Molecular Diagnosis of Cancer

Large-scale cancer genome programs have generated a rich data set comprising genetic abnormalities observed in thousands of clinical patient tumors, which provides a major opportunity for the molecular detection of cancer. Review the poster for more information.

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Challenges and Solutions in the Development and Validation of Molecular-Based Assays

Molecular-based assays are beneficial, but great care must be taken to ensure that assays are properly validated to guarantee performance and uncompromised data. In this white paper, we discuss the challenges of evaluating the analytical performance of a molecular-based assay as well as guidance on selecting the ideal reference materials.

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Quantitative nucleic acids

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.

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