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2014 Webinars

Red and green HeLa HUVEC cells. Webinar

Authentication and Characterization of Animal Cell lines

Cell line authentication and characterization requires a comprehensive strategy that employs several complementary technologies for testing for morphology, microbial contaminations, cellular cross-contamination, and functionality. This webinar presents an overview of the current technologies used to authenticate and characterize cell lines.

Mcf7 breast cancer cell line. Webinar

Breast Cancer Research Resources

This webinar discuss triple negative breast cancer cell lines, mouse models, and commonly used in vitro models with in-depth genetic alteration and molecular profiles, highlighting cell lines that can be used to address recently identified genomic and clinical features of breast cancer subtypes.

Several stacks of petri dishes containing various colored media, in rack. Webinar

Drug-Resistant Acinetobacter baumannii: A Growing Superbug Population

Natural and societal selective pressures have led to the emergence of numerous antibiotic-resistant microbial strains, including multidrug- and pandrug-resistant strains of Acinetobacter baumannii. This presentation will provide an overview of this escalating problem and will explore the current techniques used to identify drug-resistant A. baumannii strains.

Purple lung cancer cells. Webinar

Genetic Alteration Cell Panels

This webinar discusses how the combination of Epic Technology and the EGFR Genetic Alteration Panel offers convenient tools to screen for ligands or biologics that directly target or affect EGFR receptor biology.

Purple and green merged IPS nanog cells. Webinar

Human Pluripotent Stem Cells - Enabling Research through Standards

This webinar focuses on generating and providing standardized, quality controlled, and highly characterized human iPSCs lines with complete culture systems. Learn about the characterization of LRRK2 Parkinson’s patient-derived iPSC lines by whole-exome sequencing.

Round, iridescent, green-blue  H1N1 (swine flu) virus with protrusions. Webinar

Influenza Research Materials

Influenza remains one of the most significant infectious diseases worldwide, resulting in an estimated 500,000 deaths annually worldwide. In this webinar, we provide an overview of this respiratory infection and highlight the reference materials offered by ATCC that support the development of novel preventative and therapeutic techniques.

Fingers holding a test tube containing a silver, red, and blue DNA double helix. Webinar

Precise Counting of Targeted Nucleic Acids has Never Been Easier

Droplet Digital PCR (ddPCR) is an elegant technology that permits accurate and absolute quantification of target nucleic acid molecules. This webinar provides a technical overview of ddPCR and reviews key applications such as copy number variation analysis, rare mutation detection analysis, and standard free (stand-alone) absolute quantification of nucleic acids.

Green and red kidney cells. Webinar

Sophisticated Approaches to In Vitro Research

This webinar will provide an overview of the services that ATCC offers to the scientific community. We will also discuss the sophisticated approaches of utilizing Genetic Alteration Panels; cell lines which are grouped by tissue type or pathway mutation, hTERT immortalized cells, and the HEKPlus system for protein production.

Fluorescent yellow-green and orange, lung endothelial cells. Webinar

STR DNA Profiling

This webinar discusses the recent advances in STR profiling technologies and delves into further detail on how the Standard STR protocol is transforming scientific practices.

Broken DNA helix made of purple balls. Webinar

The Importance of Standards in Molecular-Based Assays

Stimulated by the presence of emerging and re-emerging microbial threats, the need for molecular-based tests has significantly increased in the last few years. In this webinar, we discuss the importance of molecular standards in establishing sensitivity, linearity, and specificity during assay validation or implementation.

Fluorescent green and blue neurons. Webinar

Using LUHMES Cells as a Model System to Study Dopaminergic Neuron Cell Biology

This webinar highlights some of the advantages of using LUHMES cells, as well as examples of how they have been used in drug screening and to study the molecular mechanisms related to Parkinson’s Disease.