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LABORATORY PROCEDURES FOR ANIMAL & HUMAN CELL LINES

Appendix

REFERENCE NO: AHC/1998/1/3 Appendix 1.1


TITLE: AGREEMENT FORM - DSMZ


German Collection of Microorganisms and Cell Cultures

Conditions of Delivery

Dept. of Human and Animal Cell Cultures

 

 Cell lines are distributed to qualified investigators for use in their own research. Before shipment, the investigator is asked to sign an agreement stating that:

  • the cell line will be used for research purposes only;
  • the cell line shall not be sold or used for commercial purposes;
  • the cell line shall not be distributed to third parties;
  • the name of the cell line shall not be changed;
  • the recipient of the cell line accepts all risks and the conditions of delivery of the DSMZ. No cell line is released prior to receipt of the signed agreement form

These conditions of delivery apply to the supply of cultures from the DSMZ, unless other written agreements have been entered into between the DSMZ and the customer.

The DSMZ supplies viable and authentic cultures. Problems such as damaged vials, contaminated or non viable cultures should be reported immediately to the DSMZ. Should claims found to be justified, a replacement culture will be supplied whenever possible. Should this not be possible, the purchase price will be refunded. No further claims can be accepted by the DSMZ.

The DSMZ is not responsible for damage or injury which may arise resulting from the purchase and use of the cultures supplied. In particular, the DSMZ is not responsible for damage or injury resulting from the improper handling of the cultures. Furthermore, the DSMZ is not responsible for damage or injury caused by products resulting directly or indirectly from the cultures, or for any subsequent costs arising.


Guidelines prepared for CABRI by CERDIC, DSMZ, ECACC, INRC, November 1998
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