1. Collection
Registered Number 847
Acronym CCARM
Full Name Culture Collection of Antimirobial Resistant Microorganisms
Institution Seoul Women's University
2. Correspondent
Correspondent Dr. Eunju Shin
Postal Address 126 Kongrungdong, Nowongu,Seoul,Seoul,139-774
Country Korea (Rep. of)
Telephone 1 (82) 2-970-5825
Telephone 2 (82) 2-970-7724
Fax 1 (82) 02-970-5901
E-mail 1 enjunio@knrrc.or.kr
E-mail 2 nothing0000@hanmail.net
Homepage http://www.ccarm.or.kr 
3. Status of the collection
Status University
4. Sponsors and budget
Sponsor KOSEF (Korea Organization of Science and Engineering Foundation)
5. Personnel
Director Dr. Eunju Shin
Curator Dr. Hyunjin Hong (Microbiology)
Mrs. Hakmi Lee (Cell culture)
Mrs. Minyoung Lee (Microbiology)
Number of Staff Bacteriology (3)
Cell biology (1)
Assistants (3)
Total (7)
6. Main Subjects
Subjects Applied microbiology
Evolutionary biology
Culture and preservation methods
Freeze drying
General microbiology
Medical microbiology
7. Preservation
Method and category of cultures Liquid N2(Bacteria)
Control of the culture Biochemical test
Microbiology test (microscopy; light, SEM)
16S rRNA sequencing
Pulse field gel electrophoresis
Deposit to your collection
to other collections in your country
Source(s) of strains for people in this country: isolated by or introduced from From the collections in our country
Number of Strains until now Type Holding strains
(total number)/(number from your country)
new species
(total number)/(number from your country)
Bacteria 20226 0
Yeasts 24 0
Number of strains last year Type Holding strains
(total number)/(number from your country)
new species
(total number)/(number from your country)
Microbes distributed
(total number)/(in your country)
8. Availability of Cultures
Availability Free to academic researcher
Free to National Research Institute
Fee for $15
9. Catalogue
Catalogue Need help to publish
Online Catalogue http://www.ccarm.or.kr
10. Services
Services Distribution
Training Quality control
MIC assay
Molecular techniques
Consulation about Preservation
Animal quarantine
cell management technique
Other Service publish newsletter
freeze-dry bacteria
Isolate DNA for further research
Various assays to develop antimicrobial agents
11. Entry and Update Dates
Date of Entry 2003-11-19
Date of Reply 2012-05-15