Rincon Bio performs NCI-H1703 xenograft models to test efficacy of preclinical therapies. Please see below for additional information or to request a quote.
Organism: Homo sapiens, human / Cell Type: squamous cell / Tissue: lung / Disease: lung; squamous cell; non-small cell lung cancer
NCI-H1703 was derived from a stage 1 lung squamous cell carcinoma of a 54-year-old Caucasian male smoker.
Used in xenografts to test the efficacy of novel cancer therapeutics. Tumors develop after being injected into the flank of immunocompromised mice.
Rincon Bio Growth Curve
Cell Line: NCI-H1703
Mouse Strain: Nude
Positive Control: None
From implant to stratification: N/A
Cells Implanted per Animal: 4 million
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