Colon26-luc Syngeneic Model

Synonyms: Colon-26-lucifereace cell line

Colon26-luc is a cancer cell line derived from murine colon carcinoma, engineered to express the luciferase enzyme for imaging studies. The introduction of luciferase allows non-invasive visualization of tumor growth and metastasis using bioluminescent imaging techniques. Colon26-luc cells emit light that can be detected externally, enabling real-time monitoring of tumor progression, response to treatments, and evaluation of anti-cancer therapies. Luciferase models, like Colon26-luc, provide valuable tools for in vivo imaging, enabling researchers to study the spatiotemporal dynamics of tumor development, assess treatment efficacy, and investigate therapeutic interventions in preclinical settings. The use of luciferase-based imaging enhances our understanding of cancer biology and aids in the development of novel treatment strategies.

Model Details

Cancer Type: Colorectal Cancer
Model Name: Colon26-luc
Mouse Strain: balb/c
Treatment Data Available: N/A

Colon26-luc Growth Curve

Colon26-luc Syngeneic Model

Growth of subcutaneous Colon26-luc in balb/c mice (n=5)

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