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New AMR Strains Available

Our growing portfolio now includes 20 new multidrug-resistant bacterial strains that are provided with extensive levels of source metadata and genotypic and phenotypic characterization.

Take Action Against Dengue

As we navigate the challenges posed by the current dengue outbreak, ATCC is here to support your diagnostic and therapeutic development efforts with our comprehensive collection of authenticated products.

New CHO Derivative Cell Lines

ATCC now offers 2 new CHO derivative cells lines that are dihydrofolate reductase (DHFR)-deficient: DG44 and DXB11.

Looking for Cell Culture Media?

Stock up on your cell culture essentials from ATCC and be sure to check out our new animal by-product (ABP)-free McCoy’s 5A medium.

ATCC Genome Portal

Access and download thousands of reference-quality genomes with a Supporting Membership.

Discover Tools for Microbiome Research

ATCC is committed to supporting this key area of research by providing the next-generation sequencing standards needed to help optimize microbiome research workflows.

Cell Models You Can Trust

Get your cell models straight from the source: ATCC. Our models are fully characterized and authenticated, so you can trust in their identity.



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New Products

Through targeted acquisitions and our own internal research and development efforts, ATCC provides the authenticated, cutting-edge products you need to make incredible discoveries.

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Coming Soon Products

Explore our coming soon products for a preview of what our team is developing for diagnostics development, drug discovery, toxicology profiling, analytical testing, and more. 

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