One in every five cell cultures used as a basis for scientific publication in biomedical research might not be from the tissue or species that the researcher using it believes it represents.
Speakers Roland M. Nardone, PhD., Emeritus Professor, Department of Biology, Catholic University of America, and Yvonne A. Reid, PhD., Collection Scientist, Cell Biology Collection, ATCC, discuss the problem of cell line cross-contamination and possible solutions.
The webinar is moderated by Douglas McCormick, BioTechniques Editorial Director.Video Date: December 10 2008 Run Time: 1:15:52
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