Is It What You Think It Is? | GenomeWeb

Many cell cultures that researchers rely on aren't quite what they seem. As Retraction Watch reports, about one in six researchers working with human cells aren't using the right cell lines. In a guest post there, Amanda Capes-Davis, chair of the International Cell Line Authentication Committee, argues that researchers must authenticate their cell lines.

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