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2022 Webinars

Fluorescent blue and green spheres of leukemic cells. Webinar

Track THP-1 Monocyte Signal Transduction with a Bigger, Better, Brighter Signal 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.

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alcian blue stain airway histology primary bronchial cells Webinar

Does Differentiation Matter? Comparing the Toxicological Response Between Airway Epithelial Models Webinar

Learn about advanced airway models that can be used to assess the toxicological response to exposure to unknown compounds, serving as useful tools for future airway toxicity research.

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Fluorescent orange and lime green spheres of white blood cells stained with monoclonal andibodies. Webinar

Luciferase Reporter Cancer Cell Lines: Facilitate Your CAR-T Development Webinar

Watch the presentation to see the responses of tumor cell lines to several immunotherapies in a co-culture assay system with a human CD4+ T cell line and primary CD8+ T cells, demonstrating a unique and effective approach for checkpoint assay development.

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alcian blue stain airway histology primary bronchial cells Webinar

Evaluating the Differentiation Potential of Primary Airway Cells in 3-D Models Webinar

This webinar elucidates techniques to help you generate 3D airway models with consistent full epithelial differentiation for your drug development studies and toxicological testing.

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Green and red organoid cells. Webinar

Organoid Growth Media: Techniques to Help You Streamline Culture Webinar

Culturing organoids can be intimidating. In this webinar we will provide a video tutorial on creating organoid media using ATCC Organoid Growth Kits, showing how they can reduce the time and effort required to prepare media and help ensure the successful growth of your organoids.

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Skin squamous cell carcinoma cells. Webinar

Cell Culture Basics: Initiate, Expand, Authenticate, and Cryopreserve Your Cells with Confidence

Learn from an ATCC expert the best practices for culturing mammalian primary cells and cell lines. The information delivered covers all aspects of successful cell culture, including culture initiation, expansion, authentication, and cryopreservation.

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cells immunocytochemistry Webinar

Cell Line Authentication: Protect Your Research and Reputation

This webinar discusses measures you can take to help protect your 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.

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Microbiome image CGI Webinar

Skin Microbiome: Considerations, Applications, and Future Directions

This webinar demonstrates how the use of NGS standards in skin microbiome studies can aid in identifying biases at different stages of the workflow—from sample collection to data analysis.

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Primary krt14 filiggrin epithelial cells. Webinar

hTERT-immortalized Primary Epidermal Cells: Key Components in Complex Toxicological Models

This webinar discusses how immortalized primary epidermal cells recapitulate key barrier, growth, differentiation, and other physiologically relevant features, making them useful tools for toxicological applications such as high-throughput screening.

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Side view of ATCC scientist wearing hair net, mask, smock, safety glasses, and gloves, holding a pipette aid with stopper and media bottle under a biological safety cabinet hood in a lab. Webinar

Enable Your Drug Development with cGMP Cell Banking and cGMP Storage

In this webinar ATCC scientists discuss our cGMP services, highlighting how you can avoid time and labor intensive in-house production and eliminate associated risks and costs.

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Green, dumpling-shaped Trichomoniasis parasite with tails. Webinar

Tips and Techniques for Successfully Culturing Protists

In this webinar, we explore the role of protists in the scientific and general communities, and we will detail the initiation, expansion, cryopreservation, and authentication of this diverse group of organisms.

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Green and red organoid cells. Webinar

Tips and Techniques for Successfully Culturing Organoids Webinar

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.

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Purple floating rods of  Escherichia coli bacteria. Webinar

Genomic Data Quality: Connecting the Dots Between Bioinformatics and Physical Materials Webinar

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.

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Inside of an influenza virus with blue coils and an blue rods on outside of the virus. Illustration. Webinar

Tips and Techniques for Propagating your Viral Strains Webinar

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

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Fluorescent red, lime green, purple, and blue dendritic cells. Webinar

Checkpoint Molecule Profiling in Tumor and Immune Cell Lines: Applications for Immuno-oncology Drug Screening Webinar

Watch the presentation to see the responses of tumor cell lines to several immunotherapies in a co-culture assay system with a human CD4+ T cell line and primary CD8+ T cells, demonstrating a unique and effective approach for checkpoint assay development.

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Yellow and light blue DNA double helix. Webinar

CRISPR/Cas9 Genome-edited Drug-resistant Cell Models: An Advanced Approach for Overcoming Drug Resistance Webinar

Watch the presentation to learn how CRISPR/Cas9 genome-editing technology was used to introduce a specific point mutation that confers drug resistance into A375 melanoma line, and consider data indicating that this isogenic cell line is resistant to MEK and BRAF inhibitors and sensitive to therapies targeting upstream and downstream elements of the Ras/Raf-MAPK signaling pathway.

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Purple and red HTB-9 B-Catenin monolayer cells. Webinar

Tips and Techniques for Safeguarding the Health of Your Primary Cells and Cell Lines Webinar

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.

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

Give Your Virus and Viral Vaccine Production a Boost with CRISPR/Cas9-Engineered Host Cells Webinar

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

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Green and blue normal bronchial lung epithelial cells. Webinar

Reproducibility and Physiological Relevance: The ATCC Toxicology Portfolio 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.

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Neural progenitor cell derived neurosphere Webinar

Modeling Toxicity with Neural Progenitor Cell-derived Neurospheres

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.

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Purple spheres of Enterococcus faecalis bacteria. Webinar

Tips and Techniques for Successfully Growing Bacteria in Culture

While much is already known about bacteria, their sheer diversity challenges biologists as many species require specialized growth conditions. In this webinar, we cover the methods used at ATCC to achieve successful growth for a wide variety of bacteria and troubleshooting tips to ensure the propagation of difficult-to-grow strains such as Mollicutes and extremophiles.

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Blue and pink hTER renal proximal tubular epithelial cells. Webinar

Kidney SLC Transporter Cells – Reliable Tools for Assessing Renal Solute Passage and Drug Toxicity

hTERT-immortalized primary cells are genetically modified such that the cells exhibit the growth characteristics of a continuous cell but maintain the physiology of a primary cell. This webinar focuses on hTERT-immortalized primary renal epithelial cells and provides application data to illustrate how these kidney models can easily be incorporated into your toxicity testing workflow.

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Fluorescent blue and green colon cells. Webinar

EMT Reporter Cell Lines: Migrating to Better Models of Transition

This webinar examines a groundbreaking tool for scientists studying epithelial-mesenchymal transition (EMT) and its reverse. We used CRISPR technology to engineer EMT and MET reporter cell lines to monitor this transition. The data discussed here confirmed that the gene-edited cell lines’ fluorescent signal brightened or dimmed appropriately when undergoing EMT or MET.

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Purple, fragmented DNA double helix strand on a black background. Webinar

Genomic and Synthetic Molecular Standards: Build a Better Assay

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.

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