INSTITUTE OF CYTOLOGY OF THE RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

Russian Cell Culture Collection (RCCC)

    Russian Cell Culture Collection (RCCC) is formed in 1978. The founder of the creation of Collection was professor, honored worker of science G.P. Pinaev (19292013).

    The main goals of RCCC are - collection of cell lines, including isolation of new cell lines for preservation and enlargement of genofond; preservation of cell lines (cryoconservation); characterization of cell lines; deposition of author's cell lines; creation of data bank; distribution of cultivated cells.

    Cell samples are provided in two weeks after preliminary request.


    RCCC consists of 8 specialized collection.

    1. Collection of cell cultures of vertebrates.
    Institute of Cytology RAS S-Petersburg 194064, Tikhoretsky avenue 4, tel. (812) 2974420, fax (812) 2970341, (812) 2974296,
    e-mail: poljansk@incras.ru.
    Head of the collection: Dr. G.G. Poljanskaya.
    The collection have cell lines of human and animal, using for fundamental and applied investigations in biology, medicine, agriculture.

    2. Cell culture collection of human and animals for virology.
    Institute of Grippe, RAMS. S-Petersburg 197376, prof. Popov str. 15/17, tel (812) 3460748, fax (812) 2340150,
    e-mail: cellcultures@influenza.spb.ru.
    Head of the collection: Dr. T.D. Smirnova
    The collection have cell lines, including human diploid cell lines, using for virology.

    3. Collection of continuous somatic cells of vertebrates.
    The D.I. Ivanovsky Institute of Virology, RAMS. Moscow 123098, Gamaleya str. 16, tel (499) 1902850, fax (499) 1902867,
    e-mail: cells@rambler.ru.
    Head of the collection: Dr. M.V. Mezentseva
    The collection have cell lines of human and animals, using for virology and medicine.

    4. Collection of continuous somatic cells of vertebrates for medical investigations.
    Ekaterinburg Institute of Virus infections. Ekaterinburg 620030, Letnjaja str. 23, tel. (3432) 619960, fax (3432) 619942,
    e-mail: virus@etel.ru.
    Head of the collection: Dr. N.P. Glinskikh
    The collection provides the virology investigations, production and control of immunobiological preparations.

    5. Collection of domestic and wild animals continuous somatic cell cultures.
    The Ya.R. Kovalenko all-Russian Research Institute of experimental Veterinary. Moscow 109428, Ryazansky avenue 24/1, tel. (495) 9700364, fax (495) 9700364,
    e-mail: tatyana-galnbek@yandex.ru.
    Head of the collection Dr.T.V. Galnbek
    The collection deposits author's cell lines, isolate new hybrid and genetically transformed cell lines, performs cryobiological investigations.

    6. All-Russian specialized collection of continuous invertebrate cell lines.
    Kovalenko all-Russian Research Institute of experimental Veterinary. Moscow 109428, Ryazansky avenue 24/1, tel. (495) 9700364, fax (495) 9700364,
    e-mail: zsaifutdin@yandex.ru.
    Head of the collection: Dr. Z.N. Sayfutdinova
    The collection have the cell lines of insects, using for somatic cell genetics, virology, cryobiology and for test-system of ecological monitoring.

    7. All-Russian collection of the higher plant cells.
    Timiryazev Institute of Plant physiology, RAS. Moscow 127276, Botanicheskaya str. 35, tel. (499) 977-92-22,
    e-mail: al_nosov@mail.ru.
    Head of the collection: Dr. A.M. Nosov.
    The collection have the cell cultures, producing biological active substances.

    8. Collection of pRi T-DNA transformed roots of higher plants.
    Timiryazev Institute of Plant physiology, RAS. Moscow 127276, Botanicheskaya str. 35, tel. (495) 9779211, fax (495) 9779211,
    e-mail: kuzovkin@ippras.ru.
    Head of the collection: Dr. I.N. Kuzovkina
    The collection have the cell cultures of plant roots, transformed by Ri-plasmid Agrobact. rhizogenes, using for production of physiological active substances and for study of the interaction of plant roots with vesicular mycorrhizal fungi in vitro.


    CATALOG OF RUSSIAN CELL CULTURE COLLECTION [ PDF ]
    CATALOG OF COLLECTION OF CELL CULTURES OF VERTEBRATES (INC RAS) [ PDF ]

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