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Cancer models are essential for your cutting-edge research

As scientists, we are challenged to discover treatments for cancer patients. Yet, the lack of available models relevant to tumor type, disease progression, and population diversity impedes our progress towards rapid advancements in translational medicine. 

We are committed to providing authenticated cancer models that lead to breakthroughs in translational research. To this end, ATCC produces the materials and standards for drug screening, tumor mechanisms, cancer immunology, and cancer diagnostics that scientists need to accomplish innovative research. New models such as organoids, conditionally reprogrammed cells, luciferase expressing reporter cell lines, isogenic CRISPR/Cas9 genome-edited cell lines, and epithelial-mesenchymal transition reporter cell lines are essential for your cutting-edge cancer research.

In the fight against cancer, we can provide you with access to a wide variety of model systems to elucidate the mechanisms behind the growth and metastasis of each cancer tumor type. ATCC offers a wide variety of cancer cell lines related to cancer genetics, early detection methods, and effective treat of disease.

Cancer immunology research tools

Boost your cancer immunology research with well authenticated and characterized cell models focused on advancing areas such as cancer cell-directed therapies.

The immune system is central to many forms of cancer, being critical in both its development and its treatment, including immune cell-directed therapies. 

Boost your cancer immunology research with well authenticated and characterized cell models focused on advancing areas such as cancer cell-directed therapies.

The immune system is central to many forms of cancer, being critical in both its development and its treatment, including immune cell-directed therapies. 

Drug screening tools

As part of our pledge to elevate biological models, ATCC offers well-characterized cell lines, organoids, primary and hTERT immortalized cells, iPSCs and CRISPR/Cas9 genome-edited cells.

ATCC models support the development and evaluation of high-throughput screening assays for the rapid assessment of pharmaceutical efficacy and compound toxicity.

As part of our pledge to elevate biological models, ATCC offers well-characterized cell lines, organoids, primary and hTERT immortalized cells, iPSCs and CRISPR/Cas9 genome-edited cells.

ATCC models support the development and evaluation of high-throughput screening assays for the rapid assessment of pharmaceutical efficacy and compound toxicity.

Tumor mechanisms

Cancer researchers need a wide variety of model systems to isolate the mechanisms behind the growth and metastasis of each tumor type.

ATCC can provide the tools you need for your cancer research.

Cancer researchers need a wide variety of model systems to isolate the mechanisms behind the growth and metastasis of each tumor type.

ATCC can provide the tools you need for your cancer research.

Cancer diagnostics

Scientists are continually designing laboratory and genetic assays to detect the tumor biomarkers that are constantly discovered.

ATCC has the tools you need to test your clinical laboratory assays, imaging techniques, and genomic analyses.

Scientists are continually designing laboratory and genetic assays to detect the tumor biomarkers that are constantly discovered.

ATCC has the tools you need to test your clinical laboratory assays, imaging techniques, and genomic analyses.

Cancer research tools

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Primary Immune Cells

ATCC has the primary immune cells, including peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs), you need to design and test cell-based assays and treatments as part of your research and development. A typical vial of PBMCs includes progenitor populations such as CD14+ monocytes and lymphocytes such as cluster of differentiation (CD) 19+ B cells, CD4+ helper T cells, CD8+ cytotoxic T cells, and CD56+ natural killer (NK) cells.

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Media and Reagents

ATCC high-performance media, sera, and reagents are uniquely formulated according to the cell growth conditions.

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