CET's Human Panc-1 Cell Line was established from a pancreatic carcinoma with ductal origin from a 56 year old Caucasian male donor. These cells display an epithelial morphology. Human Panc-1 cells have been routinely used to study the role of the intermediate filament keratin reorganization in the migration of cancer cells. This cell line grows adherently and displays robust growth characteristics using CET's Human Panc-1 Expansion Media.
Quantity: 500,000 cells