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Scientific advancements are critical for unlocking incredible breakthroughs in global health. Yet, life science research is faced with a credibility crisis that restrains progress. ATCC believes that credible leads to incredible. That is why ATCC is committed to addressing some of the major challenges affecting credibility in biological research by the year 2020. We pledge to empower scientists with cutting-edge authentication techniques, advanced biological models, and essential resources needed to accelerate innovative research. Only when you start with credible, can you achieve the incredible.

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The complexities associated with metagenomics methods have posed significant challenges toward the standardization of microbiome research applications. Credible reference materials can help identify and normalize sources of assay bias and improve the consistency and reproducibility of data.

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Gene-editing tools such as CRISPR/Cas9 can be used to create isogenic cell lines, which can be further used to model a specific patient population. An isogenic cell line was created to model cancer patients with the echinoderm microtubule-associated protein-like 4 (EML4)-anaplastic lymphoma kinase (ALK) fusion oncogene and tested for its sensitivity to inhibitors of ALK.

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Solute carrier kidney transporter (SLC) models are essential for determining the renal clearance of drugs, environmental compounds, and endogenous molecules. Three different hTERT-immortalized human primary renal proximal tubule epithelial cells (RPTEC) were modified and tested for functionality and stable expression of the OAT1, OCT2, and OAT3 proteins.

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It takes the combined efforts of dedicated scientists to discover the treatments and diagnostic tools needed to keep humankind healthy and safe.

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