B16-F1 Syngeneic Model

Synonyms: B16-F1 melanoma cell line, B16-F1 skin tumor cells

B16-F1 is a widely studied cancer cell line derived from murine skin melanoma. It is commonly used in skin cancer research due to its aggressive tumorigenic behavior and resemblance to human melanoma. B16-F1 cells provide a valuable model for investigating tumor progression, metastasis, and therapeutic interventions in skin cancer. They have contributed significantly to our understanding of melanoma biology, drug discovery, and immunotherapy. The B16-F1 cell line serves as an important tool for studying the molecular mechanisms underlying skin cancer and developing novel treatment strategies.

Model Details

Cancer Type: Skin Cancer
Model Name: B16-F1
Mouse Strain: C57BL/6
Treatment Data Available: N/A

B16-F1 Growth Curve

Growth of subcutaneous B16-F1 in C57BL/ 6 (n=5)

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