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Assays that provide robust and reliable data are critical for all areas of biological research, particularly with regard to microbial identification, drug and vaccine development, and patient care. Developing an assay that demonstrates sensitivity, specificity, and reproducibility relies on authenticated and validated standards and cell models.
ATCC is committed to providing scientists with innovative solutions that support every stage of the assay development and validation process. Here, we provide educational content to guide researchers in the selection of standards and cell models needed for evaluating inclusivity and exclusivity, the limit of detection, drift, and run-to-run variability.
Find guidance on selecting the controls needed to support assay validation and the evaluation of analytical performance.
A discussion on the use of Corning Epic Technology and the ATCC EGFR Genetic Alteration Panel for screening ligands or biologics that target or affect EGFR receptor biology.
Learn more about the need for standards in clinical laboratory testing and how ATCC supports this need with authenticated biological and molecular reference materials.
A discussion on the use of a novel high-throughput model for evaluating angiogenesis in cancer, cardiovascular disease, wound healing, and other pathologies.
A study demonstrating the use of whole cell– and genomic DNA–based microbiome reference materials in method optimization and data interpretation.
A discussion on the need for standardization in microbiome research and how ATCC has addressed this by combining the power of physical standards with state-of-the-art bioinformatics.
Explore how the use of quantitative external DNA controls provides an effective approach for the development and evaluation of novel molecular-based mycoplasma detection assays.
A proof-of-concept study demonstrating how synthetic molecular standards can be used to develop a standard curve for quantifying viral RNA extracted from representative Dengue serotypes.
Learn more about the use of authenticated and quantitative nucleic acids in developing assays for oncology molecular diagnostics, infectious disease research, and quality control testing.
Research & Development
ATCC® Genuine Nucleics
Blood Disease Research
Cancer and Normal Cell Lines by Tissue Type
Enteric Disease Research Materials
Microbiome Research Solutions
Primary Cell Selection Guide
Sexually Transmitted Infections
Vector-borne Disease Research
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