Cancer Immunology Research Tools

The immune system is central to many forms of cancer, being critical in both its development and its treatment. Boost your cancer immunology research with cell lines and cell culture reagents focused on advancing areas such as cancer cell-directed therapies and immune cell-directed therapies. Our collection of primary cells and continuous cell lines includes immune cells, CD34+ and CD14+ progenitor cells, primary mononuclear cells, lymphocytes, and leukocytes.

Immunology Cell Lines

Immunology Cell Lines

The immune system has cellular components that functionally interact to protect against foreign invaders. ATCC provides numerous cell lines and cell culture reagents focused on advancing immunological research areas.

Human Primary Immune Cells

Human Primary Immune Cells

Primary immune cells can support physiologically relevant research projects, including toxicity screening, transplantation and graft rejection, inflammation and allergy, vaccine and drug development, and cancer immunology studies. They exhibit high differentiation capacity or immune activity, greater than 90% purity for select biomarkers, and display normal cell morphology.

Cancer Immunology Resources