Cancer Cells

Cancer Cells

Kosheeka’s cancer cell panels are effectively based on the different cellular signaling mechanisms and their applications as important research tools. These cells can often be used in place of primary cells and intact animals to study intrinsic biological processes associated with cellular communications involved in tumor growth and relapse. Various cancer cell lines have long been used for different types of in vitro applications including but not limited to drug testing metabolism, cytotoxicity assay, understanding genetic functional attributes, organ regeneration, and synthesis of other biological compounds.

In cancer research, cancer cell lines derived from various types of tumors are in demand as in vitro models due to their ability to adapt genomic and epigenomic alterations from original tumors. They can be served as a cost-effective alternative, are readily available, easily expanded, and can be quality-checked for high throughput screening.

Kosheeka offers a wide range of tumor cells from various species including humans, mice, rats, etc. Please be noted that all the cells are comprehensively qualified by testing microbial contamination, viral markers, as well as cultural authenticity.

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The in vitro cell-based assays and studies pertaining to drug delivery system serves to be the backbone of today’s cancer research. With intense scientific development, a wide range of cancer cell lines are made available for various analyses Read more…

The mouse tumor cells are critically important as advanced cancer immunotherapy models, due to their low-cost availability, short reproductive cycle, and higher oncogenic growth potential. These
cells are also preferred Read more…

In vitro research pertaining to neuro-oncology, and vascular oncology is in continued demand of various animal models, in order to assess the efficacy of ongoing technological innovations. Out of many such experimental models, the rat models Read more…

The establishment of animal models for understanding the pathophysiology of cancer biology is currently being practiced at a higher pace. Traditionally, rodent models have supported an understanding of the basic mechanism of oncogenesis further extrapolating them to treatment strategies, rodents limit their ability to reflect Read more…

Tumor cells of certain other species like Dog, Monkey, etc. are also preferred for various oncogenetics applications; and they can be Read more…