Luciferase Tumor Model
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Luciferase Tumor Model Overview
The Luciferase tumor model is an animal model employed for the study of tumor growth and immune response. In this model, tumor cells are transfected with the luciferase gene, enabling them to emit fluorescence. This fluorescence can be utilized to monitor tumor growth and dissemination in living animals. Currently, our company has 50 different tumor cell lines equipped with Luciferase and has established systematic models, subcutaneous models, brain orthotopic models, tumor metastasis models, and more, using these cells.
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