Cell Line Authentication Service

Misidentification and cross-contamination of cell lines is a recurrent problem in life sciences research. In response, various scientific journals and funding agencies are enforcing strict usage of well-identified cell lines for research purposes and that cell line authentication must be performed prior to grant approval and/or publication. abm offers comprehensive Cell Line Authentication Services using Short Tandem Repeat Profiling (STR) technology to ensure the correct identity of your cells, avoiding the risk of misidentified or contaminated cell lines in your research.

Our STR Profiling procedure follows the International Cell Line Authentication Committee (ICLAC) standard ASN-002 and our STR report meets the requirements for funding, publication and quality controls. Simply submit your samples for a fast, affordable and effective way to authenticate your cell lines.



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Dr. Vincent Emond, Centre de recherche du CHU de Québec CHUL

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Service Details

Our Cell Line Authentication Services are available for human, mouse, rat, and canine cell lines.


Service NameUnitCAT. NO.PRICE
Human Cell Line Authentication Service 1 Sample C287 $150.00
Mouse Cell Line Authentication Service 1 Sample C311 $350.00
Rat Cell Line Authentication Service 1 Sample C312 $350.00
Canine Cell Line Authentication Service 1 Sample C313 $350.00

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Service Features

    • The service includes sample preparation directly from cells (so no need to worry about genomic DNA preparation)
    • Report includes all original data which includes loci calls
    • Fast and reliable turnaround time and competitive price

    Sample Submission Requirements:


    Sample TypeGuidelines
    Frozen or Live Cells
    • 1 million cells (dry ice)
    • 1L complete media (ice packs)
    • Any special culturing plastics
    • Any special culturing protocol
    Cell Pellet
    • 1 million cells in cell pellet form (dry ice)
    • To prepare cell pellet, remove culturing media, wash cells with PBS, spin down, remove PBS, and ship
    gDNA
    • 10 ng/μL (50 μL volume) in Eppendorf tubes sealed with parafilm (ice packs)

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