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Immortalized Cell Lines

AcceGen Immortalized Cell Lines

After the primary cells experience limited population proliferation during the culture process, the primary cells cease to proliferate. Immortalized cells are derived from primary cells: exogenous immortalized genes (EBV, HPV E6 / 7 and SV40 T antigens of recombinant lentivirus, retrovirus & adenovirus, hTERT, p53) are introduced into target cells by gene transfection technology and immortalized cell lines are established to achieve cell culture in vitro so that cells cultured in vitro have the ability to proliferate and there is no difference between cells. Through immortalization, those cells that are difficult to pass down, slow to proliferate, and easy to age can be immortalized, thereby providing researchers with more cell resources and providing a good in vitro cell model for scientific research.

AcceGen has about 60 kinds of immortalised cell lines, including human immortalised cells, mouse immortalised cells, and rat immortalised cells. AcceGen also provides Custom Cell Immortalization Service for your unique solutions.

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ABI-TC002D

Human Bob Cell Line

First spontaneously Immortalised prostate cancer cell line to be established from a trans-rectal nee...more +inquiry

ABI-TC001D

Human PNT2 Cell Line

Established by immortalisation of normal adult prostatic epithelial cells by transfection with a pla...more +inquiry

ABI-TC3500

Immortalized human hepatocytes

The cell line was prepared by immortalizing hepatocytes from a 12 year-old Caucasian female donor wi...more +inquiry

ABI-TC226

Embryonic Mouse Hypothalamus Cell Line

Embryonic Mouse Hypothalamus Cell Line is based on a proprietary platform technology which has enabl...more +inquiry

ABI-TM009

Microglial Cell Medium Kit

Microglia Medium (MM) is a complete medium designed for optimal growth of normal human brain‐derived...more +inquiry

ABI-TC3325

Immortalized Mouse Microglia

Immortalised Mouse Microglia ‐ v-raf/vmyc cell line is derived from Primary Mouse Microglial Cells (...more +inquiry
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