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AACR Annual Meeting 2023

Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida

April 14, 2023 - April 19, 2023

The AACR Annual Meeting highlighted the best cancer science and medicine from institutions all over the world. Attendees were invited to stretch their boundaries, form collaborations, attend sessions outside their own areas of expertise, and learn how to apply exciting new concepts, tools, and techniques to their own research. Check out our poster and presentation from the event and explore our products and resources below to see how we can support cancer diagnostics and drug development.

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Check Out Our Exhibitor Spotlight Theater

Cell-based Models for the Discovery and Development of Cancer Therapeutics
Check out our presentation to learn about our portfolio of 2-D and 3-D models from the Human Cancer Models Initiative (HCMI) consortium and our new immuno-oncology reporter models for accelerating your oncology drug discovery and development.

Presenters: Utsav Sharma, PhD, Product Manager, Oncology, ATCC; Hyeyoun Chang, PhD, Scientist, ATCC; James Clinton, PhD, Lead Scientist, ATCC
Date: April 18, 2023
Time: 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM
Location: Spotlight Theater D

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Watch Our Poster Session

Immune Checkpoint Reporter Cell Lines Based on the Protein Profiling of ATCC Cell Lines for Cancer Immunotherapy Drug Screening
Watch our poster session to learn about the development of immune checkpoint reporter cell lines and their application in immunotherapy drug screening.

Presenter: Hyeyoun Chang, PhD, Scientist, ATCC
Date: April 19, 2023
Time: 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Location: Section 38
Poster Board Number: 15
Abstract Presentation Number: 6643

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Human Cancer Models Initiative

ATCC is collaborating with the Human Cancer Models Initiative (HCMI) to offer scientists a wide variety of next-generation 2-D and 3-D patient-derived in vitro cancer models, including organoids.

ATCC is committed to making available a growing collection of models generated by the HCMI, which will include both common as well as rare and understudied examples of cancer from numerous tissues. These HCMI models are valuable tools to study cancer, identify and target novel therapies, and facilitate translational cancer research.

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Credible models for immuno-oncology research

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Immune checkpoint inhibitors: Interaction between PD-1 (blue) on a T-cell and PD-L1 (red) on a cancer cell blocked by therapeutic antibodies

Immuno-oncology Tools

ATCC provides a large collection of fully characterized and authenticated cell lines, human primary cells, and advanced cell models such as checkpoint luciferase reporter cells and CAR-T target luciferase reporter cells that support immuno-oncology therapeutic development.

CAR-T cells, CAR-Target, CD19, CD20, HER2

CAR-T Target Luciferase Reporter Cells

ATCC generated CAR-T Target Luciferase Reporter Cells lines that have high endogenous expression of clinically relevant cell surface tumor antigens, such as CD19, CD20, and HER2. These new immuno-oncology tools are comprised of both solid and liquid tumor cell lines that exhibit sensitive and stable luciferase reporter expression.

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Cell Lines by Gene Mutation

This guide organizes our ATCC tumor cell lines according to gene of interest and provides information for each line about the specific mutation.

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Genetic Alteration Cell Panel

A comprehensive guide providing details and data on our AKT, BRAF, EGFR, ERK, FGFR, MET, MYC, PI3K, PTEN, and RAS genetic alteration cell panels.

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Isogenic Cell Lines

With genome editing tools such as CRISPR/Cas9, ATCC has created isogenic cell lines with mutants of key oncogenes, which are ideal for identifying novel, personalized treatment regimens. Explore our resources.

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THP-1 Reporter Cells

ATCC introduced luciferase reporters containing the response element of immunologically important transcription factors into the THP-1 cell line. The THP-1 LUC2 cell lines provide a means to confidently measure immune modulation for all your drug discovery and development efforts.

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ATCC Tumor Cell Panels by Gene Mutations and Tissue Origin

The value of tumor cell lines, as research models and drug discovery tools, is greatly enhanced when there is an understanding of the underlying genetic abnormalities that drive their phenotype. ATCC has taken the first step for your research by annotating our tumor cell lines with gene mutation data from the Sanger Institute COSMIC database, and additional in-house testing.

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Tumor/Normal Matched Cell Line Pairs

Tumor-derived cell lines matched to either normal or metastatic cell lines obtained from the same patient provide a valuable resource for cancer studies.

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ATCC offers exosomes isolated from various well-characterized cancer cell lines and mesenchymal stem cells. Explore our growing collection today!


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