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Academics are calling for stronger business ties, especially with the area's growing biotechnology sector and companies such as American Type Culture and Eli Lilly.
In a 1908 case called Winters, the Supreme Court of the United States found that it would be wrong to take from the Indian Nations the means of continuing their traditional culture without allowing them the ability to change to an agricultural or other European type culture.
Aureobasidium pullulans ATCC 42023 was purchased from the American Type Culture Collection and grown on modified Ueda medium.
While this fight was going on, the Reagan administration authorized at least 40 shipments of weapon-specific biological agents to Iraq from the American Type Culture Collection, which is a large scientific institute.
A deposit of Nicotiana excelsiana seed as claimed in the invention has been made at the American Type Culture Collection, Manassas, Va.
Specifically, the best available and practical technology is enhanced bioremediation, using inert nutrients, and American Type Culture Collection Class 1 (ATCC C1) bacteria.
The product (in this case a susceptibility card, which is run on the instrument) is listed, as well as the QC organism name and American Type Culture Collection (ATCC) number.
The American company that provided the most biological materials to Iraq in the 1980s was American Type Culture Collection of Maryland and Virginia, which made seventy shipments of the anthrax-causing germ and other pathogenic agents, according to a 1996 Newsday story.
Last year, an Ohio militia enthusiast was arrested after he sent away for and received plague virus from the American Type Culture Collection in Rockville, Md.
The call lines are now on deposit at the American Type Culture Collection in Washington, D.
Promega Corporation and ATCC (historically known as the American Type Culture Collection) have formed a partnership for the cell banking and bioproduction of cells to create a new line of bioluminescence-based drug discovery assays for biologics.