To ATCC Valued Customers,

ATCC stands ready to support our customers’ needs during the coronavirus pandemic. Our first job is to listen to and observe what our customers need, and meet those needs with quality products and services. While we are not currently experiencing delays due to this pandemic, we expect that we could see them as the situation evolves. If you experience any issues, please contact ATCC Customer Service at sales@atcc.org. For Technical questions please contact tech@atcc.org. Thank you for your understanding, patience and flexibility as ATCC does everything it can to help reduce the impact of the coronavirus pandemic to our valued customers.
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Genomic DNA and RNA

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NGS-ready DNA

We have standardized our DNA extraction procedures to produce long-fragment, high-molecular-weight DNA for next-generation sequencing applications.
MRSA, Janice Haney Carr and Jeff Hageman, CDC

Bacterial Nucleic Acids

ATCC offers genomic DNA from many of the more than 18,000 strains in the world's most diverse collection of prokaryotes
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Cell Line DNA

ATCC offers genomic DNA from highly characterized, authenticated cell lines from our collection.
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Fungal and Yeast Nucleic Acids

ATCC offers genomic DNA from a variety of fungi, including Geomyces destructans, the pathogen responsible for White Nose Syndrome in bats.
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NIST DNA Standards

ATCC offers DNA standards from the National Institute of Science and Technology (NIST) for biomarker, forensic, paternity, and other quality assurance procedures.
Giardia, Dr. Stan Erlandsen, CDC

Protist Nucleic Acids

ATCC offers genomic DNA from many of our 2600 strains of protists (including 265 strains of algae) representing nearly 750 species and 340 genera.
HIV, Dr. A Harrison and Dr. P Feorino, CDC

Viral Nucleic Acids

ATCC offers viral genomic DNA from infected cells or allantoic fluid.
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Quantitative Cell Line DNA

ATCC qDNA contain biomarkers quantified by validated methods such as next-generation sequencing, making them ideal controls for your lab-developed or commercially available assays.