Cell/Tissue Lysates

GeneTex offers lysates from a wide variety of cell lines and tissue sources. Our human tissue lysate collection also includes tissues from patients diagnosed with many different diseases.

Tissue Lysates:
Cell Line Lysates:
Cell Type Human Mouse
Brain IMR32 (Neuroblastoma)
SK-N-SH (Neuroblastoma)
U-87 MG (Glioma)
 
 
 
Breast MCF10A (Normal breast epithelium)
MCF7 (Adenocarcinoma)
MDA-MB-361 (Adenocarcinoma)
T-47D (Ductal breast epithelial tumor)
 
 
 
 
Fibroblast  
 
NIH3T3 (embryonic fibroblast)
STO (embryonic fibroblast)
Kidney HEK293 (transformed embryonal kidney)  
Prostate PC3(Adenocarcinoma)  
Bone U2-OS (osteosarcoma)  
Lung WI38 (Normal lung fibroblast)
A549 (Lung Carcinoma)
 
 
Bladder T24 (Transitional-Cell Bladder Carcinoma)  
Colon Caco2 (Colorectal Adenocarcinoma)
HT 29 (Colorectal Adenocarcinoma)
 
 
Liver Hep G2 (Hepatocyte carcinoma)  
Cervix HeLa (Cervical Epithelioid Carcinoma)  
Skin A431 (Epidermoid Carcinoma) B16 (melanoma)
B cell Raji (Burkitt's Lymphoma)
Ramos (Burkitt's Lymphoma)
Daudi (Burkitt's Lymphoma)
A-20 (Reticulum Cell Sarcoma)
T cell JURKAT (ALL)
MOLT4 (ALL)
 
 
Neutrophil HL60 (Promyelocytic Leukemia)  
Monocyte U937 (Histiocytic Lymphoma)
THP1 (AML))
 
 
Macrophage   RAW246 (Myeloid leukemia)
Erythromyeloblast K562 (CML)  
Mast Cell P815 (Mastocytoma)  

 

 

Slides

GeneTex offers paraffin tissue slides from a wide variety of tissue sources. Our human tissue section collection also includes tissues from patients diagnosed with many different diseases. We also offer matched pair sections and tissue arrays.

Single Tissue Sections:
Human Cancer Matched Pair Slides:

GeneTex offers paraffin tissue slides from a wide variety of tissue sources. Our human tissue section collection also includes tissues from patients diagnosed with many different diseases. We also offer matched pair sections and tissue arrays.

Cell and Tissue Arrays:

GeneTex's tissue arrays allow for the simultaneous staining of many different tissue sections or cell lines. We offer arrays to multiple tumor types, tumors from multiple species, and tissues in varying states of disease.