Charles River Poster Presentations
Charles River was proud to support the 2018 AACR Annual Meeting. Below, you can download any of our poster presentations covering a variety of research topics.
Sunday, April 15 | 1:00-5:00 p.m.
- Immune checkpoint inhibitor induced tumor gene expression changes in murine syngeneic colon cancer model
- Development and characterization of PDX-derived 3D tumor microtissues as platform for screening targeted molecular therapeutics (partnered with InSphero)
- Targeting the WNT-pathway in 3D-cultures of pancreatic cancer biopsies (partnered with Ocello)
Monday, April 16 | 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
- Identification of signal transduction pathway activity in patient-derived xenograft models in comparison with their originating clinical samples of a variety of human cancer types
- A translational platform using primary human immune cells in vitro, syngeneic and humanized models in vivo to support and advance immune-oncology drug discovery
- Therapeutic response to PD1/PDL1 axis in a disseminated C1498 Syngeneic Tumor Model
- Enhanced proliferation and effector functions of human immune cells in response to immune checkpoint therapy of MDA-MB-231 tumor bearing huNOG mice engrafted with human CD34+ cell
Monday, April 16 | 1:00-5:00 p.m.
- Metastases of a Temozolomide sensitive patient derived melanoma xenograft model show distinct biological features and developed resistance against Temozolomide
Tuesday, April 17 | 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
- Quantitative measurement of immune-modulatory mediators within tumors of freely moving mice utilizing in vivo microdialysis
- Influence of targeted silencing of the BRCA1 gene on the pharmacological profile of the mouse breast cancer cell line EMT6 in vitro and in vivo
- Molecular, histopathologic, MRI and PET findings in syngeneic oncologic mouse models
Tuesday, April 17 | 1:00-5:00 p.m.
- Patient-derived 3D tumor cultures for clinical diagnostics and pre-clinical drug development (partnered with Ocello)
Wednesday, April 18 | 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
- Perfusion air culture of tissue slices: A new method to cultivate tumor tissue with minimal culture-dependent tissue stress
- Characterization of tumor growth and immune microenvironment in humanized NOG-EXL mice implanted with A549, MDA-MB-436 and A375 cells
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