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Cancer Cell Media Comparison Chart
Compare the characteristics and attributes of Renaissance Essential Tumor Medium and our WIT Media to determine which one is right for your research project.
Important Ordering Information
Cellaria has partnered with BioreclamationIVT to market and distribute our novel cancer cell lines and cancer culture media in the United States and Canada. Customers located in the U.S. or Canada ordering cancer cell models and cancer cell culture media may now order through BioreclamationIVT.
Our customers use our (cell) models because they represent a diversity of the disease that has been unattainable to date. It allows drug and cancer researchers to make better decisions about which populations of patients are more likely to respond effectively to drugs that are under investigation.
David Deems, CEO
Transforming the Search for Personalized Therapies
Cellaria’s in vitro cancer cell models are derived directly from patient tumors to reflect the unique nature and complexity of each patient’s disease.
Our models are traceable back to initial patient tumor and clinical conditions, simplifying the analysis of patient-specific responses.
Our Renaissance Essential Tumor MediumTM utilizes a simple, feeder-free protocol for multiple solid tumor types including breast, lung, colon, and ovarian. Our WIT Culture Media are optimized for the expansion of normal human mammary epithelial cells and are completely defined and serum-free.
Cancer Cell Model Development and Stem Cell Services
With Cellaria you have a dedicated, innovative partner in cancer and stem cell research. Draw on our deep industry expertise and patient-specific cancer and iPS cell models to seek out answers to critical questions and gain a technological edge.
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