Oncological Models

It is well known that cancer is one of the most fatal and common diseases, on which researchers conduct extensive research to achieve breakthroughs and find a cure. Our experts at Vivox work with a wide diversity of mouse models, which enable mimicking human tumors very closely.

For example, we practice PDX implantation, Brain injection of tumor cells, Intra- Peritoneum implantation of all cells lines in internal organs, S.C tumor injection, and more to create the conditions in which these models become more predictive concerning possible treatment responses.

S.C tumor injection

S.C tumor injections
Subcutaneous tumor injection into immunodeficient animals has been the gold standard of preclinical cancer experiments for decades. This model presented several advantages, including technical feasibility and tumor accessibility. SC tumor...

Tumor cell injections

Tumor cell injections
The development of metastases results from several complex processes, including invasion into the circulation, survival, adhesion, migration, invasion, and proliferation in other organs. Therefore, to conduct oncological research, mouse models...

Intra Peritoneum implantation

Intra_Peritoneum implantation
The most dreadful disease, cancer, is a major stress to the public’s well-being. Models used for finding cancer treatments are continually evolving, and more advanced studies are being conducted in...

Brain injection of tumor cells

Brain injections
In addition to being highly invasive and neurologically destructive, malignant gliomas are among the deadliest types of human cancers. Animal models have been extremely critical in understanding cancer and the...

PDX implantation

PDX implantation
The development of experimental models that correctly recapitulate tumor biology, genetic heterogeneity, and drug response has always been a critical objective of cancer research. Patient-derived xenografts (PDXs) are patient-derived tumor...
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