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Breast Cancer Cell Models

Navigator Breast Cancer Cell Models Inform, Pre-clinical, About Patient-to-Patient Differences

Our breast cancer cell model overcomes the limitations of traditional cell lines, transforming the quality and value of in vitro studies. Existing cell lines undermine efforts towards better, personalized, therapies for this complex, deadly disease. Poorly characterized and unrepresentative of the tumors of origin, the quality of existing cell lines is suspect, resulting in irreproducible studies.

Our next generation breast cancer cell model, Wood, has a clear ancestral link to defined patient tumors, and elucidates patient-to-patient differences before getting into clinical trials.

Wood delivers the reproducibility and clinical relevance required to improve R&D success for breast cancer. It represents a major breakthrough relative to existing cell lines with respect to:

  • Authenticated heritage
  • Patient specificity
  • Stability
  • Faithful heterogeneity and relevance
  • Accompanying documentation
  • Characterized response to established therapies


In combination with Cellaria’s scientific know-how, the patient-specific cell model directly mirrors the established benefits of our existing portfolio of cell models.


Don’t see the patient-specific cell line you need? Then take a look at our custom cell line development services.

Contextual Disease Data

We provide comprehensive proteomics profiles of each cell model, with details of how the performance data compares to other known patients, across multiple disease states. This enables scientists to know, based on data, how their drug will potentially perform in specific patient populations and empowers precision therapeutics programs.


Learn more about how we Characterize and authenticate our models
 



  • Wood Breast Cell Model
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