Our bioluminescent light-producing oncology cell lines are labeled with luciferase or dual labeled with luciferase and fluorescent reporters (GFP) for in vivo studies.
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The HCT116-Red-FLuc Bioware® Brite Cell Line is a light-producing cell line derived from HCT116 human colorectal carcinoma. The cells have been stably transduced with the red-shifted firefly luciferase gene from Luciola Italica (Red-FLuc), for a brighter, red-shifted signal.
By emitting intensified, longer wavelength light that is significantly brighter than other firefly luciferases, our bioluminescent oncology cell lines allow you to visualize and monitor the growth of deep tissue tumors in vivo.
After the cells are injected into an appropriate mouse model, the optimized Red-FLuc luciferase enables more sensitive in vivo optical detection with less tissue attenuation so you can detect tumor development earlier, and monitor tumor growth and metastases in both subcutaneous and orthotopic models.
|Oncology Cell Line||Colorectal|
|Product Brand Name||Bioware Brite|
|Quantity in a Package Amount||1.0 Units|
|Shipping Condition||Dry Ice|
|Unit Size||2 million cells|
A variety of chemotherapeutic drugs with different modes of action have been developed and tested as potential therapies for colorectal cancer. Characterizing the effects of potential drugs with different modes of action is a key part of the process.
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