Recommendation of short tandem repeat profiling for authenticating human cell lines, stem cells, and tissues

@inproceedings{Barallon2010RecommendationOS,
  title={Recommendation of short tandem repeat profiling for authenticating human cell lines, stem cells, and tissues},
  author={Rita Barallon and Steven R Bauer and John M. Butler and Amanda Capes-Davis and Wilhelm G Dirks and Eugene Elmore and Manohar R. Furtado and Margaret C Kline and Arihiro Kohara and Georgyi V. Los and Roderick MacLeod and John R. W. Masters and Mark Nardone and Roland M. Nardone and Raymond W. Nims and Paul J Price and Yvonne A. Reid and Jaiprakash G. Shewale and Gregory Sykes and Anton F. Steuer and Douglas R. Storts and J. Alex Thomson and Zenobia Taraporewala and Christine Alston-Roberts and Liz Kerrigan},
  booktitle={In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology - Animal},
  year={2010}
}
Cell misidentification and cross-contamination have plagued biomedical research for as long as cells have been employed as research tools. Examples of misidentified cell lines continue to surface to this day. Efforts to eradicate the problem by raising awareness of the issue and by asking scientists voluntarily to take appropriate actions have not been successful. Unambiguous cell authentication is an essential step in the scientific process and should be an inherent consideration during peer… CONTINUE READING

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