Animal

The use of animal cell cultures as models of human disease is an integral part of scientific research, providing taxonomic equivalents resembling human physiology. The study of animal cells also affords researchers greater understanding in areas of developmental biology, protein expression, and genetic evolution. ATCC provides investigators with a comprehensive selection of animal cell lines from over 150 different species.
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Cell Lines from Other Species

ATCC’s collection includes cell lines from a wide range of species, including Xenopus (frog) and Mustela (ferret).
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Alphanumeric

Search a wide selection of cultures alphanumerically.
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Bovine Cell Lines

ATCC has cell lines of bovine origin representing a variety of tissue types, including endometrium and cornea.
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Dog Cell Lines

ATCC’s collection includes cell lines of canine origin representating a range of diseases including osteosarcoma and histiocytosis.
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Hamster Cell Lines

ATCC’s collection includes a wide selection of cell lines of hamster origin.
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Monkey Cell Lines

ATCC has cell lines of monkey origin representing several species and a variety of tissue types, including lung and kidney.
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Mouse Cell Lines

ATCC provides cell lines of mouse origin representing a wide range of normal and disease states, such as leukemia and neuroblastoma.
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Rabbit Cell Lines

ATCC has cell lines of rabbit origin representing a variety of tissue types, including epidermis and kidney.
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Rat Cell Lines

ATCC has cell lines of rat origin representing a wide range of disease states, including hepatoma and glioma.