Further Reading – Non-human Cell Line Authentication

ANSI/ATCC ASN-0003-2015 (2015) Species-level identification of animal cells through mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase subunit 1 (CO1) DNA barcodes. ANSI eStandards Store.

Almeida JL, Cole KD, Plant AL (2016) Standards for Cell Line Authentication and Beyond. PLoS Biol 14: e1002476. PMID: 27300367.

Almeida JL, Hill CR, Cole KD (2011) Authentication of African green monkey cell lines using human short tandem repeat markers. BMC Biotechnol 11: 102. PMID: 22059503.

Almeida JL, Hill CR, Cole KD (2013) Mouse cell line authentication. Cytotechnology 66: 133-47. PMID: 23430347.

Capes-Davis A, Neve RM (2016) Authentication: A Standard Problem or a Problem of Standards? PLoS Biol 14: e1002477. PMID: 27300550.

Cooper JK, Sykes G, King S, Cottrill K, Ivanova NV, Hanner R, Ikonomi P (2007) Species identification in cell culture: a two-pronged molecular approach. In Vitro Cell Dev Biol Anim 43: 344. PMID: 17934781.

Didion JP, Buus RJ, Naghashfar Z, Threadgill DW, Morse HC 3rd, de Villena FP (2014) SNP array profiling of mouse cell lines identifies their strains of origin and reveals cross-contamination and widespread aneuploidy. BMC Genomics 15: 847. PMID: 25277546.

O’Donoghue LE, Rivest JP, Duval DL (2011) Polymerase chain reaction-based species verification and microsatellite analysis for canine cell line validation. J Vet Diagn Invest 23: 780-5. PMID: 21908323.

Yoshino K, Saijo K, Noro C, Nakamura Y (2010) Development of a Simple Method to Determine the Mouse Strain from Which Cultured Cell Lines Originated. IBC 2: 1. See journal website.