GCCPGénie Climatique et de Couverture Plomberie (French plumbing and air conditioning company)
GCCPGood Cell Culture Practice (European Centre for the Validation of Alternative Methods)
GCCPGroupe Colonial de Commandos Parachutistes (French: Colonial Commando Parachute Group)
GCCPGlobal Climate Change Program
GCCPGlobal Consumer Culture Positioning
GCCPGurps Character Creation Program
GCCPGateway Congestion Control Policy
GCCPGroup Connect Control Processor
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The activities of port control groups, further steps aimed at developing bilateral cooperation and the upcoming steps for the implementation of the plan of the planned activities within the framework of the GCCP were discussed during the meeting.
Guidance on Good Cell Culture Practice, A Report of the Second ECVAM Task Force on Good Cell Culture (GCCP), ATLA 33, 261-287, 2005.
3 Good Cell Culture Practice (GCCP) and its relation to reporting standards
The GCCP 2.0 collaboration was created to further promote GCCP, generate discussion and produce an updated guidance document on GCCP.
GCCP - NS slopes up and down from 6% to 16% and is considerably low when compared with MSDD and TTDD that grows exponentially high.
The Good Cell Culture Practice (GCCP) movement initiated by one of the authors in 1996 led to the first guidance of its kind (Coecke et al., 2005) under the auspices of ECVAM.
The drawbacks of using serum and advice to replace it with chemically-defined (serum-free) media are also mentioned in the Good Cell Culture Principles (GCCP) issued by EURL ECVAM in 2005 (Coecke et al., 2005), and more recently in the workshop report on GCCP for stem cells and stem-cell-derived models (Pamies et al., 2017).
- Good Cell Culture Practice (GCCP 2.0): David Pamies
Moreover, the report describes the establishment of an International GCCP Collaboration, an initiative aiming at the development and implementation of cell culture quality standards in research and development (contact caat@jhsph.edu).
Failure to adopt Good Cell Culture Practice (GCCP) in laboratories significantly increases the risk of generating erroneous data as well as risking worker health issues and legal liabilities.
It was based on, at the time, ten years work toward Good Cell Culture Practice (GCCP) and the experiences of validating in vitro tests in ECVAM.