TLM-1 is a canine melanoma cell line derived from an oral tumor of a 12-year old male Gordon setter.
Malignant melanoma is a type of cancer in dogs that affects pigmented-producing cells known as melanocytes. Most malignant melanomas are diagnosed in the skin and mucocutaneous junctions. They tend to grow extremely fast and are likely to spread to other organs, including the lungs and liver.
From the laboratory of Jaime F. Modiano, VMD, PhD, University Minnesota, Twin Cities.
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|Product Type:||Cell Line|
|Name:||TLM-1 (also called TLM1)|
|Source:||Oral tumor (malignant melanoma)|
|Morphology:||Epithelioid to spindle|
|Growth Conditions:||DMEM, 10mM HEPES, 10% FBS, 100ug/mL Primocin|
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