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LABORATORY PROCEDURES FOR ANIMAL & HUMAN CELL LINES
REFERENCE NO: AHC/1998/2/1.1 Appendix 2.1
TITLE: ACCESSION FORM FOR DEPOSIT - DSMZ
DSMZ use only
DATE CULTURE RECEIVED:
ACCESSION NUMBER: DSM
DSMZ ACCESSION DATE:
COLLECTION OF HUMAN AND ANIMAL CELL LINES
For completion by the depositor:
1. DEPOSITOR INFORMATION:
Name of Depositor:
Address, telephone and telefax, where additional technical enquiries can be made (if different from above):
2. ORIGIN OF CELL CULTURE:
Name of cell line:
Source of cells (donor species, race, strain, sex, age, adult/embryonal, normal/malignant, organ or tissue, blood type) :
immunized animal: species:
strain: myeloma designation:
antibody specificity/subclass: secretion stable: ( ) yes ( ) no
HISTORY OF CELL LINE:
Name of originating or deriving investigator:
Date of origin:
References: (original description or other appropriate publications:
Cell line deposited elsewhere: ( ) yes ( ) no
If yes, where and reference no:
CELL LINE DESCRIPTION:
Limited lifetime in-vitro:
KNOWN CONTAMINATION and PATHOGENICITY
Mycoplasma: ( ) yes ( ) no ( ) unknown
Viruses: ( ) yes ( ) no ( ) unknown
Other contaminants ( ) yes ( ) no ( ) unknown
Is the material pathogenic ? If so, specify:
THE DSMZ ONLY ACCEPTS ORGANISMS UP TO LABORATORY CONTAINMENT LEVEL L2
CELL STORAGE CONDITIONS:
Composition of Medium:
RECOMMENDED MEDIUM AND SUBCULTIVATION PROCEDURE:
(including type and % serum, temperature, gaseous phase, optimal split ratio)
Have, until now, any additional supplements (including antibiotics) been used ?
If so, give concentrations:
I understand that this material is for deposit in the DSMZ Human and Animal Cell Lines Collection.
It will be examined, and if accepted by the DSMZ, batches will be made and distributed for a reasonable fee to cover the expences.
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