Cell-line authentication: End the scandal of false cell lines

Cell-line misidentification is a continuing problem, with an estimated 15% or more of human cell lines not being derived from the claimed source. This means that billions of dollars have been wasted over the past 45 years on producing misleading or false data. John Masters, Professor of Experimental Pathology, University College London, discusses here.

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