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LiveLight™ Continuously Luminescent Cellular Models

Make experiments easier on yourself and your animals. Switch to continuously luminescent tumor models and eliminate luciferin injections.

Xenograft Cell Models

The LiveLight™ Colorectal Carcinoma cell line is an HCT116 model modified to continuously produce luminescence and automatically adjust signal intensity to reflect real-time metabolic activity dynamics.

This tumor forming line can be utilized for xenograft studies, three-dimensional cell culture applications, or in vitro screening.

Cells are suitable for transfection, and cease autonomous luminescence upon death, so they can be multiplexed with destructive, luciferin-dependent assays without signal overlap.

The LiveLight™ Pancreatic Carcinoma cell line is a PANC1 model modified to continuously produce luminescence and automatically adjust signal intensity to reflect real-time metabolic activity dynamics.

This tumor forming line can be utilized for xenograft studies, three-dimensional cell culture applications, or in vitro screening.

Cells are suitable for transfection, and cease autonomous luminescence upon death, so they can be multiplexed with destructive, luciferin-dependent assays without signal overlap.

in vitro Screening Cell Models

The LiveLight™ Human Kidney cell line is an HEK293 model modified to continuously produce luminescence and automatically adjust signal intensity to reflect real-time metabolic activity dynamics.

This tumor forming line can be utilized for three dimensional cell culture or in vitro screening applications.

Cells are suitable for transfection, and cease autonomous luminescence upon death, so they can be multiplexed with destructive, luciferin-dependent assays without signal overlap.

The LiveLight™ Liver Carcinoma cell line is a HepG2 model modified to continuously produce luminescence and automatically adjust signal intensity to reflect real-time metabolic activity dynamics.

This line is non-tumor forming and can be utilized for in vitro screening applications.

Cells are suitable for transfection, and cease autonomous luminescence upon death, so they can be multiplexed with destructive, luciferin-dependent assays without signal overlap.