NSCLC Patient Derived Xenograft (ADOR)

Fully characterized, patient-derived xenograft (PDX) model of Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC).

Highlights:

  • PDX tumor model of NSCLC derrived from 74 year old female patient
  • Cells are ready to use in vitro via standard cell culture techniques
  • Capable of growing in SCID Mice, does not grow in athymic mice
  • Fully characterized, see: Booth L, et al. Oncotarget. 2016 Jun 28;7(26):40398-40417

Patient derived tumor xenografts (PDX) are created when cancerous tissue from a patient's primary tumor is implanted directly into an immunodeficient mouse. PDX provides a new approach for preclinical testing of novel anticancer compounds in vivo due to its preservation of key features, which includes invasiveness, stromal reaction, tumor vasculature and cellular diversity of human carcinomas. In contrast to a cell line-xenograft tumor model, PDX tumors are established from the transplantation of fresh tumor tissue from a cancer patient into a immunodeficient mouse. As a result, PDX cancer models are becoming popular models to use in cancer drug research.

From the laboratory of Paul Dent, PhD, Virginia Commonwealth University.

Catalog Number Product Size AVAILABILITY Price Qty
EVC004
NSCLC Patient Derived Xenograft (ADOR), 1 vial (1M cells)
1 vial (1M cells) In stock
Price: $399.00
Specifications
Name: ADOR
Cell Type: NSCLC, adenocarcinoma
Organism: human
Morphology: Oviod with projections
Biosafety Level: BSL-1
Subculturing: Do not subculture under 30%
Growth Conditions: RPMI, 10% FCS
Cryopreservation: Standard with DMSO
Source: Lung
Age: 74 years old female
Comments: Tumor did not recur in the patient (18 months)
Storage: Liquid nitrogen
Shipped: Dry Ice
Provider
From the laboratory of Paul Dent, PhD, Virginia Commonwealth University.
References
  1. Booth L, Albers T, Roberts JL, Tavallai M, Poklepovic A, Lebedyeva IO, Dent P. Multi-kinase inhibitors interact with sildenafil and ERBB1/2/4 inhibitors to kill tumor cells in vitro and in vivo. Oncotarget. 2016 Jun 28;7(26):40398-40417.

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