Microbial Panels

ATCC Microbial Panels enable faster, more intelligent choices when selecting cultures for microbial-based disease research. Each panel is comprised of ATCC Genuine Cultures grouped together based on their utility in research related to infectious disease, antibiotic-resistance mechanisms, food and environmental testing, and population studies. Cultures included in each panel are further characterized by ATCC for relevant strain traits.
Aspergillus fumigatus, CDC

Aspergillus fumigatus Drug Testing Panel

A panel of seven Aspergillus fumigatus strains exhibiting various levels of sensitivity to common antifungal drugs.
E. coli

NDM-1 Strains Panel

A panel of six multidrug-resistant clinical isolates expressing the New Delhi metallo-β-lactamase (NDM-1) gene, blaNDM.
Aspergillus, Janice Haney Carr, CDC

Antifungal Susceptibility Testing Panel

A panel of 14 QC and reference strains used for broth dilution procedures described in M38-A2 Reference Method for Broth Dilution Antifungal Susceptibility Testing of Filamentous Fungi, Approved Standard - Second Edition.
Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Janice Hanley Carr. CDC

Antimicrobial Effectiveness Testing Panel

A panel of five certified reference materials prepared for use in testing the effectiveness of antimicrobial agents.
DNA strands

Big-Six Escherichia coli Genomic DNA Panel

A panel of genomic DNA preparations isolated from six of the "Big Six" non-O157 STEC serogroups, providing a robust combination of Shiga toxin gene expression with varied sources of isolation for your research.
Escherichia-coli-O157H7, Peggy S, CDC

Big-Six Escherichia coli Strains Microbial Panel

A panel of six of the "Big Six" non-O157 STEC serogroups strains that provide a robust combination of Shiga toxin gene expression with varied sources of isolation for your research.
Candida albicans, American Society of Clinical Pathologists, CDC

Candida albicans Drug Resistance CaDR Panel

A panel of 14 Candida albicans strains, including 12 strains resistant to one or more antifungal drugs and 2 negative (sensitive) control strains.
Clostridium difficile, Lois S. Wiggs, CDC

Clostridium difficile Panel

A panel of clinical Clostridium difficile isolates tested for toxinotype, binary toxin presence/absense, and Enzyme Immuno Assay (EIA) results.
DNA strand

Enteric Protozoa DNA Panel

Genomic DNA preparations isolated from four medically-relevant protozoan strains known to cause enteric disease.
DNA strands

Leishmania DNA Panel

Purified genomic DNA preparations isolated from four medically-relevant species of Leishmania.
MRSA, Janice Haney Carr and Jeff Hageman, CDC

Methicillin-Resistant Staphylocccus aureus MRSA Panels

ATCC provides two panels for MRSA research, including strains organized by either SCCmec type or PFGE type.
SEM E. Coli

Microbial Enumeration Testing Panel

ATCC has organized certified reference materials based on federal guidelines and regulations for microbial enumeration testing.
Cryptococcus neoformans lung infection, Dr. Leanor Haley, CDC

Pathogenic Cryptococcus Reference Strains Panel

A panel of C. neoformans and C. gattii strains representing eight molecular types and three subtypes.
Salmonella typhimurium , Bette Jensen, CDC

Salmonella enterica Panel

A panel of five Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica strains that represent serovars commonly associated with contaminated food or water.
Mycoplasma infection, Dr. Martin Hicklin, CDC

Titered Mycoplasma Reference Strains Panel

A panel containing 10 species of mollicutes, including the four species most commonly associated with cell culture contamination. Each organism is evaluated for genome copy number, and cultures are quantified by colony forming units (CFU).
Enterococcus faecalis sp., Pete_Wardel, CDC

Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci Panel

A panel of 19 Enterococcus strains examined by both molecular and antimicrobial susceptibility testing for vancomycin resistance characteristics.

Vibrio harveyi Panel

A panel of 9 Vibrio harveyi strains displaying wild type or varying mutational phenotypes for use in quorum sensing research.