2 x 106 SK-OV-3-Luc cells were injected subcutaneously (SC) into the dorsal flank of female athymic nude mice.
Tumor growth was monitored for luciferase expression using the PerkinElmer IVIS at various time points. Mice were imaged 10 minutes post SC injection of luciferin at 150 mg/kg at various time points. IVIS imaging detected as early as Day 10 Post Injection (pi) of tumor growth compared to the caliper measurement.
IVIS is one of the many technology platforms that we employ.
Human Tumor Xenograft Models
- Human breast carcinomas: MDA-MB-231, MDA-MB-468, MCF-7, SKBr3, BT-474
- Human lung carcinomas: A549, A427, NCI-H1993, NCI-H1299, NCI-H226
- Human lymphoma: My-La, Raji, Daudi
- Human pancreatic: PANC-1, MIA-PACA, PANC 10.05
- Human colon carcinomas: HT29, HCT116
- Human leukemia: Kasumi, KG-1, NCI-H929, RPMI-8266, MM.1S, U266
- Additional cell lines xenograft models available
Syngeneic Tumor Models
Breast, Colon, Melanoma, Liver, Lung, Lymphoma
Other Oncology Models
- Lung metastasis model
- Orthotopic models of breast, kidney
- Subrenal capsule assay
- Vaccine model
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FIBROTIC DISEASE MODELS
- Lung fibrosis: Bleomycin-induced lung fibrosis in mice, rats
- Liver fibrosis: CCl4-induced liver fibrosis in mice
- Liver fibrosis: TAA-induced liver fibrosis in rats
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INFECTIOUS DISEASE MODELS
- Clostridium difficile associated diarrhea model in hamsters and mice
- Mouse Cytomegalovirus (mCMV)
- Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) in mice and cotton rats
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IMMUNOLOGY/INFLAMMATION/AUTOIMMUNE DISEASE MODELS
- Collagen-induced arthritis: DBA/1 mice, Lewis rats
- Adjuvant-induced arthritis: rats
- EAE model: SJL mouse, Lewis rats
- Lupus: NZBxNZW F1 mouse, MRL/LPR
- Delayed-type hypersensitivity in mice
- Type 1 diabetes in mice
- Anaphylaxis model in mice
- Endotoxemia models in mice and rats
- DSS induced IBD model in mice
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RESPIRATORY DISEASE MODELS
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- Pericarotid collar implantation model for localized atherosclerosis in mice
- Thrombosis model: Ferric chloride-induced arterial thrombosis in mice
- Angiogenesis models: Matrigel plug assay, Trevigen implants in mice
- Wound healing model: Excisional, and incisional models in normal and diabetic mice
- Musculo-skeletal syndrome (MSS) model in rats
- Osteochondral cartilage repair model
- Custom models of disease
- PK and Tox Studies
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The In Vivo Efficacy services performed by Aragen Bioscience are non-GLP studies performed exclusively in rodent models.
Aragen Bioscience has a long tradition of humane and proper use of laboratory research animals for biological and biomedical research. The Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) serves as an independent oversight committee responsible for monitoring all associated animal care and use at Aragen Bioscience.
The presence of IACUC and their responsibility in assuring adherence to federal, state, and institutional guidelines for all animal care and use are monitored by accrediting agencies that include USDA and the Public Health Service/National Institutes of Health/Office of Lab Animal Welfare (OLAW).
Additionally, Aragen Bioscience is fully accredited by the Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care (AAALAC).
Aragen Bioscience also holds a Controlled Substance License from the U.S Department of Justice/Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).
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