Screening Standards

Regardless of whether you are developing consumable or industrial products, ensuring product quality, efficacy, and safety is of the utmost importance. In vitro screening and routine quality control testing combined with authenticated models and controls can help ensure product integrity and brand reputation.

Explore our featured content below to learn more about the importance of authenticated in vitro models and control strains for toxicity screening, infectivity studies, virus neutralization assays, microbial analysis, industry-guided quality control testing, and more.

Featured Content

In Vitro Model for Respiratory Disease

Discover how human bronchial/tracheal epithelial cells can be used as a 3D model system to support disease modeling, toxicity studies, and drug discovery.

Evaluation of a Kidney-Drug Interaction Model

A study describing the development of a cell line that stably overexpresses the OAT1 gene, and its use in research on membrane transporter activity in kidney cells.

Directed Differentiation of Organoids

An investigation on the use of 2D/3D culture methods in a defined medium to generate gastrointestinal organoids from human induced pluripotent stem cells.

QC Strains for Microbial Identification

Explore the use of ATCC® Minis as convenient, ready-to-use quality control strains for microbial identification on the VITEK® 2 platform.

Keratinocyte Model System

A study evaluating if Ker-CT cells can recapitulate the epidermal organotypic structure when grown in a 3D culture model system.

Mycoplasma Quality Control

Learn more about the effects of mycoplasma contamination on cell-based drug development and the quality control techniques that can be used for detecting these bacteria.

Human Primary Cells Infographic

A snapshot of ATCC's collection of normal, diseased, and hTERT-immortalized human primary cells, and an introduction on their use and the process of immortalization.

Certified Reference Materials

Learn how to enhance pharmaceutical sterility testing through the use of certified reference materials with well-defined characteristics and an established chain of custody.

GFP Reporter Strains For Host-Pathogen Studies

Explore the use of a Pseudomonas-GFP model system in studying bacterial pathogenesis, examining host-pathogen interactions, and screening novel compounds.