Model Organisms and Cells

The majority of cell lines and model organisms used in classes and research are maintained in house.  This gives students the opportunity to learn animal husbandry and cell culture maintenance techniques.

We are adding model organisms to our collection frequently and are even culturing newly discovered species.  As such, this list should serve as a indication of the breadth of our species and cell lines but it is not intended to be exhaustive.  If you are interested in working with a particular organism or cell that isn’t on the list, you can contact the following people to determine if it is something we have available:

Model organisms:  Johnny Farnen, jfarnen@bellevue.edu

Mammalian cell lines: Tyler Moore, tymoore@bellevue.edu

Algae/bacteria cell lines: John Kyndt, jkyndt@bellevue.edu


Model Organisms:

coming soon


Mammalian Cell Lines:

B16Melanoma

Human Cell Lines:  monocytic leukemia

Mouse Cell Lines: macrophage, melanoma, leukemia, fibroblast

Hampster Cell Line: kidney fibroblast


Algae and Bacteria Lines:

coming soon

 

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