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2021 Webinars

hTERT immortalized neonatal dermal melanocyte ATCC CRL-4064 human TRP1 staining Webinar

hTERT-immortalized Melanocytes – Advanced Models for Your Dermal Toxicity Studies

This webinar discusses how modified primary cells are effective tools that provide tissue-relevant results and reproducibility for any cell-based assay, including toxicology assays.

Green and blue dopaminergic neural progenitor cells Webinar

Neural Progenitor Cell-derived Neurospheres: Build Dimension into Your Toxicity Studies

Watch this webinar to learn how NPC-derived neurospheres grow exponentially and maintain their progenitor state in culture. In this webinar we will focus on how neurospheres successfully differentiate into multiple brain lineage cells and can be used in drug toxicity studies.

Green and orange dopaminergic neural progenitor cells Webinar

Extracellular Vesicles, HIV-1, and Neurospheres: Touching a Nerve

This webinar examines the potential effects of stem cell-derived EVs on HIV-1-infected, NPC-originated neurospheres. The data demonstrates the feasibility of NPC-derived neurospheres for modeling HIV-1 infection and the potential of stem cell EVs for rescuing cellular damage induced by HIV-1 infection.

Closeup of red and brown tick on a blade of grass. Webinar

Tick-borne Diseases: Developing Molecular Approaches to Detect Babesiosis

Tick-borne diseases (TBD) among humans are on the rise in the United States as urbanization along previously unpopulated areas continues. In this webinar, we will provide an overview of TBD epidemiology, the current status of diagnostic methods, and resources available from ATCC that advance TBD research priorities.

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Simplifying Assay Development with Molecular Standards

Reliable controls are a critical component in the development of molecular-based assays. In this webinar, we cover ATCC’s growing offering of quantitative genomic and synthetic molecular standards and we provide application data demonstrating the potential use of these products in diagnostic assay development.

Large green sphere releasing several small green exosome spheres. Illustration. Webinar

Extracellular Vesicles Webinar

This webinar discusses how extracellular vesicles such as exosomes are critical mediators of intercellular communication. The diverse biological cargo that is associated with these vesicles is believed to mediate their pleiotropic effects.

Fluorescent blue and green spheres of leukemic cells. Webinar

Illuminate Immuno-oncology Research with THP-1 Luciferase Reporter Cell Lines Webinar

This webinar discusses the utility of THP-1 luciferase reporter cells in immuno-oncology research. With sensitivity and specificity, these cells produce an intense luciferase signal upon stimulation, making them ideal for screening immunomodulators and evaluating drug efficacy.

Primary krt14 filiggrin epithelial cells. Webinar

Elevate Your Toxicity Assays Webinar

This webinar discusses how modified primary cells are effective tools that provide tissue-relevant results and reproducibility for any cell-based assay, including toxicology assays.

Cross section of a multicolored, round Zika virus with DNA strands coiled together in the center. Webinar

Creating a Vaccine for the Tick-borne Powassan Virus

ATCC has developed a POW virus like particle (VLP)-based vaccine candidate that delivers a specific antigen against the virus. In this webinar, we will provide an overview of VLP technology, focusing on the antibody response of this novel vaccine.

Concentric circles with purple, orange and yellow markers for DNA sequencing. Webinar

NGS Further Authenticates ATCC Materials

This webinar discusses the reference-quality microbial genomes with corresponding metadata that are now publicly available to the scientific community on the ATCC Genome Portal (

Blue and green ecad488 organoid cells. Webinar

Organoid Culture Fundamentals: Critical Steps for Success

Culturing organoids can be intimidating. In this webinar, an ATCC expert presents step-by-step instructions that thoroughly demonstrate the process of thawing, expanding, and cryopreserving organoids.

Collection of round, blue and black circles of chikungunya virus. Webinar

Amplify your Viral Vaccine Production with CRISPR/Cas9-Engineered Host Cells

In this webinar, an ATCC scientist explains how CRISPR/Cas9 genome-editing technology was used to enhance virus production in ATCC cell lines.

Green blue and red huvec cultures. Webinar

Best Practices for Cell Culture

In this webinar an ATCC expert taps into ATCC’s vast experience and shares the best practices for culturing cells that ensure optimal results and performance. The information delivered covers all aspects of successful cell culture, including culture initiation, expansion, authentication, and cryopreservation.

Grainy, red-orange and purple spheres of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus. Webinar

SARS-CoV-2 Reference Standards and Materials - Industry Perspectives

This webinar highlights ATCC's role in providing researchers with high-quality, authenticated biomaterials and genomic analysis of SARS-CoV-2.

Grainy, pink and yellow spheres of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus. Webinar

Viral Metagenomics and the Use of Standards: From Biology to Clinical Applications

This webinar discusses how as the field of metagenomics translates into clinical and other applications, the implementation of viral standards and controls is of increasing importance.

Iridescent purple sphere of the influenza virus with protruding knobby spikes Webinar

Virus Culture Fundamentals: Methods and Strategies for Viral Propagation

In this webinar, ATCC virologists provide an in-depth look at viral propagation and present strategies used to grow, authenticate, and troubleshoot virus cultures.

Grainy, large red and yellow spheres of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus. Webinar

Variations of the SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein – Challenges and Impact

Learn how background knowledge and recent scientific findings on the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein have contributed to vaccine development, the potential complexity introduced by variations in the spike protein, and the impact of this knowledge on managing future pandemic situations.

Fluorescent green, blue, and red prostate cancer organoid xenograft. Webinar

Restoring Reproducibility in Research: Four Tools to Authenticate Your Cells

This webinar discusses how you can help restore reproducibility in research by using ATCC’s portfolio of authentication services and products, including human and mouse STR profiling, mycoplasma detection, and cytochrome 1 oxidase barcoding for species identification.

Blue DNA helix near floating translucent blue rods. Webinar

Addressing the Need for Accuracy and Traceability in Microbial Genomic Data: The ATCC Genome Portal

This webinar highlights the importance of the authenticity and traceability of genomic data and details ATCC's approach to whole-genome sequencing, assembly, and genome annotation for producing high-quality, authenticated reference genomes.