The National Cell Culture Center (NCCC) has a rich history and a broad range of cell culture services. Established in 1990, the center was located in the same facility that is now known as Cell Culture Company. The center was established to alleviate the shortage of facilities and expertise required to meet the cell culture needs of the biomedical research community. During its tenure, the center served over 500 laboratories across major universities and non-profit research institutes in the United States. Details of this partnership are still visible on archived issues of the NIH Guide and the University of Minnesota. NCCC was supported by a cooperative agreement award from the National Center for Research Resources and National Institutes of Health.
Even after its discontinuation in 2007, we honor the legacy of the National Cell Culture Center by supporting researchers and their essential work. Therefore, Cell Culture Company continues to provide these essential services. Our offerings include large-scale production of monoclonal antibodies, non-hybridoma cell products, and a variety of mammalian and insect cell lines. For more details on the research supported by these services, see our supported research page.
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