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Human pathogenic virus testing at ATCC

Have lots of Raji (ATCC® CCL-86) been tested for viruses?

As part of ATCC’s quality control, each lot of Raji (ATCC® CCL-86) cells manufactured after 2010 has been tested for the presence of the following human pathogenic viruses: HIV-1, HepB, HPV, EBV and CMV. The results of these tests are reported on the Certificate of Analysis. Older lots manufactured prior to 2010 may not have undergone virus testing.

Date Created03/19/2018 12:15 PM
Date Updated03/19/2018 12:16 PM

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