Scientist.com's Disease Model Finder enables researchers to find the best oncology models for their research. The machine learning platform contains 3,900+ oncology models (including digestive system cancer models, breast cancer models, thoracic cancer models, urogenital cancer models, endocrine gland cancer models, and many more) of 110+ cancer subtypes (including carcinoma models, colonic cancer models, colorectal cancer models, ovarian cancer models, and more). Use the robust filtering capabilities to find models that match your drug response and mutation needs.
Scientist.com's Disease Model Finder enables researchers to find the best oncology models for their research. The machine learning platform contains 3,900+ oncology models (including digestive system cancer models, breast cancer models, thoracic cancer models, urogenital cancer models, endocrine gland cancer models, and many more) of 110+ cancer subtypes (including carcinoma models, colonic cancer models, colorectal cancer models, ovarian cancer models, and more).

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Scientist.com's Disease Model Finder enables researchers to find the best oncology models for their research. Researchers can filter and compare a directory of over 3,900 xenografts, organoids, cell lines and more. Find PDX, CDX, PDO, PCO and more through Scientist.com.
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Charles River Laboratories provides high-quality PDX models and cell lines through Scientist.com’s Disease Model Finder. Find the right model for your research by filtering by mutations and drug response data (e.g. docetaxel, cisplatin, CPT-11 and more). Explore over 100 different cancer types, including triple negative breast cancer (TNBC), urogenital cancer, leukemia, lymphoma, and melanoma.
Xentech provides high-quality PDX, CDX, PDC, PDO, PDSC models and cell lines through Scientist.com’s Disease Model Finder. Find the right model for your research by filtering by mutations and drug response data (e.g. docetaxel, cisplatin, CPT-11 and more). Explore over 100 different cancer types, including triple negative breast cancer (TNBC), digestive system cancer, leukemia, lymphoma, and melanoma.
Shanghai LIDE Biotech provides high-quality PDX, CDX, PDC, PDO, PDSC models and cell lines through Scientist.com’s Disease Model Finder. Find the right model for your research by filtering by mutations and drug response data (e.g. docetaxel, cisplatin, CPT-11 and more). Explore over 100 different cancer types, including breast cancer, digestive system cancer, ovarian cancer and melanoma.
Certis Oncology Intelligence provides high-quality PDX, CDX, PDC, PDO, PDSC models and cell lines through Scientist.com’s Disease Model Finder. Find the right model for your research by filtering by mutations and drug response data (e.g. docetaxel, cisplatin, CPT-11 and more). Explore over 100 different cancer types, including breast cancer, digestive system cancer, ovarian cancer and melanoma.

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100+ cancer types available including

Digestive System Cancer models

Breast Cancer models

Thoracic Cancer models

Urogenital Cancer models

Endocrine Gland Cancer models

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70+ unique drug treatments including

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FAQ

What cancer types are available on Scientist.com's Disease Model Finder?

The Disease Model Finder allows you to search from over 100 different cancer type. These include:

  • Hepatoblastoma models

  • Urogenital Cancer models
  • Breast Cancer models

  • Glioblastoma models

  • Renal Cell Carcinoma models

  • Colorectal Cancer models

  • Digestive System Cancer models

  • Triple Negative Breast Cancer models

  • Nervous System Cancer models

  • Head and Neck Cancer models
  • Endocrine Gland Cancer models
  • Castration-resistant Prostate Cancer models

  • Lymphoma models

  • Leukemia models

  • Melanoma models

  • Ovarian Cancer models

  • Lung Cancer models

  • and many more!

What model types are available through the Disease Model Finder?

Scientist.com's Disease Model Finder enables you to identify model types including:

  • Patient-derived xenografts (PDX)

  • Patient-derived organoids (PDO)

  • Patient-derived stem cells (PDSC)

  • Patient-derived cells (PDC)

  • Mini-PDX

  • PDX-derived organoids (PDXO)

  • PDX-derived cells (PDXC)

  • Cell lines

  • Cell line-derived xenografts (CDX)
  • Cell line-derived organoids (CDO)

What if my study requires more than 1 gene mutation?

The Disease Model Finder's powerful search functionality enables you to search for multiple gene mutations simultaneously and for up- and down-regulation of genes using RNA sequencing data provided by service providers.

How can I ensure I'm finding and comparing the best models for my research?

Through a robust filtering capability, the Disease Model Finder enables you to find models which match your drug response, mutation, and licensing needs, amongst many more. Through the compare functionality, you can select multiple models to compare their differential gene expression analysis (DGE analysis) and differential pathway expression analysis (DPE analysis).

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