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Human metabolism is dependent on a diverse array of signals from endocrine and non-endocrine tissues. A breakdown in normal metabolism might be caused by infection, autoimmunity, or dysregulation of hormones. ATCC offers cell cultures, bacteria, viruses, and fungi for use in research related to the human microbiome and metabolic disease.


ATCC houses a wide assortment of cells isolated from the pancreas, kidney, retina, and cardiovascular system to aid in diabetes research.


In support of obesity research, ATCC offers cell lines from preadipocytes, as well as liver and kidney tissues.