PDX Live™ Tumor Models
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A syngeneic mouse model, also known as an allograft mouse tumor system, provides an effective approach for studying how cancer therapies perform in the presence of a functional immune system.
Example Study: Anti-Mouse PD1/CTLA4 in CT26 engrafted BALB/cJ
Mice: Female BALB/cJ at ~6 weeks of age
Cells: CT26 cells subcutaneously injected at 2.5x106 cells per mouse
Dosing: Mice were grouped into four groups: IgG control (n=10), Anti PD-1 (n=9), Anti CTLA-4 (n=10), and Anti PD-1 +Anti CTLA-4 (n=10). Mice were IP dosed as follows:
Measurements: Body weight/clinical observations/tumor volume measurements 2X-3X per week
Duration: Mice were taken down when tumor volume reached 2000mm3 or when the tumor became ulcerated
Study Results: Anti-Mouse PD1/CTLA4 in CT26 Engrafted BALB/cJ – Tumor Volume