Mouse transplantation tumor model
Mouse transplantation tumor models are widely used in preclinical anti-tumor drug efficacy tests. Based on the donor and recipient resources, mouse transplantation tumor models can be divided into two categories.
1. Allograft transplantation model
In this model，mouse-derived tumors are inoculated into mice which can be used for screening immunoregulatory drugs. Note that, mice need to have the normal immune system, and have the same background as the tumor cells.
2. Xenograft transplantation model
In this model，human-derived tumors are inoculated into immunodeficient mice which can be used for screening chemotherapy drugs and targeted drugs. Based on the different transplated types, it can be furtherly divided into CDX (cell line-derived xenograft) and PDX (patient-derived xenograft).
The cell line-derived xenograft (CDX) model is well-recognized and commonly used in the development of anti-tumor drugs. Due to the user-friendly technology and excellent repeatability of this model, it is also widely used in the early stage of in vivo study.Cancer cells are usually inoculated into immune-deficient mice subcutaneously, or intravenously.
- Numerous Cell Line-Derived Xenograft (CDX) Tumor Models
- Tumor orthotopical inoculation technology for brain tumor, breast cancer, hepatic carcinoma, pancreatic cancer, etc.
- Tumor biomarker databank
- Imaging system to monitor tumor growth
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