Chemotherapy-Induced Cellular Senescence Model Customization Services
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Chemotherapy-Induced Cellular Senescence Model Customization Services


Chemotherapy is a widely used treatment for cancer that aims to eliminate or control cancer cells. In this process, senescence is also induced in response to chemotherapy (chemotherapy-induced senescence or CIS), a state of irreversible growth arrest characterized by distinct phenotypic and molecular changes. For example, when used at relevant concentrations, most genotoxic treatments will induce a senescence arrest in epithelial cells.

Cells induced by chemotherapy.

CD BioSciences provides specialized model customization services for chemotherapy-induced senescence, which is crucial for both basic research and drug development. Leveraging our expertise, we provide customized solutions to meet the unique requirements of each research project.

Our Chemotherapy-Induced Cellular Senescence Model Customization Options

Selection of chemotherapeutic agents

At CD BioSciences, we support various chemotherapeutic agents to induce cellular senescence, such as doxorubicin, cisplatin, and etoposide. We consider factors such as the agents' ability to induce senescence, their specificity towards cancer cells, and their overall cytotoxicity. By carefully selecting the most suitable chemotherapeutic agents, we ensure that the chemotherapy-induced cellular senescence model accurately reflects the desired cellular response.

Optimization of concentrations

Too low a concentration may not induce a significant senescent response, while excessively high concentrations can lead to cell death rather than senescence. We utilize extensive experience and knowledge to optimize the concentrations of chemotherapeutic agents to achieve the desired level of cellular senescence.

Determining exposure time

Considering factors such as the kinetics of drug action, the half-life of the agents, and the desired senescence induction timeline, we tailor the exposure time of the chemotherapy drugs to reflect the desired senescent phenotype.

How Do We Construct Chemotherapy-Induced Cellular Senescence Models?

  • Experimental design and consultation. Our team of experts collaborates closely with clients to understand their research objectives and experimental requirements. Leveraging our vast experience, we provide reliable experimental design services.
  • Cell line selection. Based on the research goals, we assist clients in choosing suitable cell lines. We consider factors such as genetic background and availability to ensure optimal model selection.
  • Cellular senescence induction. Using advanced techniques and protocols, we induce cellular senescence in the selected models. Our services involve the precise administration of chemotherapy agents ensuring the viability and integrity of the cells.
  • Senescence phenotypic characterization. We perform comprehensive phenotypic characterization to validate the senescent state, including assessing senescence-associated markers, such as senescence-associated beta-galactosidase (SA-β-gal) activity, cell cycle arrest, and alterations in gene expression profiles.

Mechanism Analysis Services for CIS

We provide comprehensive mechanism analysis services to unravel the intricate pathways and signaling networks involved in this phenomenon. Our team of experts utilizes a range of cutting-edge techniques, including genomics, proteomics, and metabolomics, to investigate the molecular changes associated with chemotherapy-induced cellular senescence. By employing high-throughput screening and data analysis, we can identify key regulatory factors, signaling pathways, and potential therapeutic targets.

CD BioSciences is dedicated to providing exceptional services in the field of chemotherapy-induced cellular senescence. Our well-defined workflow ensures accurate and consistent construction of chemotherapy-induced cellular senescence models, from experimental design to senescence phenotypic characterization. If you are interested in our services, please feel free to contact us or make an online inquiry.

All of our services and products are intended for preclinical research use only and cannot be used to diagnose, treat or manage patients.