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Human (Parental) Colon Cancer Stem Cell - T75 Plated Cells
Catalog Number : 36112-39P-T75
Availability : In Stock
Price : $750.00

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 Human (Parental) Colon Cancer Stem Cell - T75 Plated Cells

Also Avaliable as:

Frozen Vial Cells $550.00 shipped with Dry-ice. Cat#36112-39P
T25 plated Cells $550.00 shipped at room temperature. Cat#36112-39P-T25

120 Population doublings up to 12 passages.

This product would require pre-coated flasks with Human (Parental) Colon Cancer Stem Cell Extra-cellular Matrix Cat# E36112-39P and Human (Parental) Colon Cancer Stem Cell Media Cat# M36112-39P

Cell Cultures from single donors, 1000 different cell cultures available, please indicate which lots you require from the 1000 donors, or any subcategories of the cancer type at the time of order.  If you do not specify the subcategory, we will provide you the Human Parental Colon CSC, randomly from our inventory.

Source: Human (Parental) Colon Cancer tissue.

Positive Markers: Vimentin, Variable S100, CEA, Galactosyl Transferase II, CK-7, CK-20, Smooth Muscle Actin (polyp), Bcl2, Ki-67, P504S, Mucin (MUC-1 & MUC-3)

For non-academic use please inquire for pricing.

Cells are only guaranteed with purchase of Celprogen Media and Celprogen Extra Cellular Matrix for appropriate cell culture, for 30 days from the date of shipment.


1000 individual donors are fully characterized proprietary patient-derived xenografts (PDX) representing all major histotypes and capturing tumor diversity.

Subcutaneous, orthotopic and disseminated models.  Extensive molecular and pharmacological characterization as well as information on patients' pretreatment to help you select the most appropriate model.

Integrated approach: use the same PDX models and/or the corresponding cell line in 2D/3D screening assays and follow-up in vivo studies, identify biomarkers predicting tumor sensitivity for your compound.

Individually tailored study designs: proof of concept, dose level and schedule optimization, combinations, biomarker identification, etc.