Custom Cell Culture
We offer both GMP and GLP custom cell culture. During our 40+ year history, we have worked with more than 2,650 cell lines in suspension or adherent cultures. This includes common mammalian and insect cell lines such as HeLa, HeLa-S3, CHO, Hybridomas, K562, Jurkat, HL-60, MCF7, CAR-T, blood lines (T-Lymphocytes and B-Lymphocytes), MDCK, Vero, and HEK293, as well as custom cell lines, human primary cells and cancer cell culture.
Cell culture processing
We have a well-established, robust system to allow your cell line to be received into our manufacturing facility for expansion. This system ensures that we protect the name of your cell line and require mycoplasma screening to certify that the cells are safe to work with in our production area. If a customer cannot provide documentation for mycoplasma screening, we can receive their cell line into our quarantine lab and perform screening for them. This level of control protects the safety of your cell line from all other clients’ cell lines sent to Cell Culture Company for manufacturing.
We Customize Our Cell Culture Services for Your Needs
Cell culture processing requires precision, careful attention to detail and a controlled environment. We utilize traditional methods and our hollow-fiber bioreactors for cell culture to ensure you get the results you need, no matter your industry. You can turn to us for reliable, customized HeLa cell culture, other cancer cell culture, or many additional cell culture services.
We invite you to discuss your needs with our bioreactor cell culture professionals to develop a custom plan for your research needs. Our cell culture bioreactors also offer a unique means of perfusion cell culture protein production.
We provide services to our customers in the fields of genomics, point-of-care, diagnostics, genetic engineering, and research.
Formerly the National Cell Culture Center (NCCC), Cell Culture Company has a well-established, robust system to allow your cell line to be received into our manufacturing facility for expansion. This system ensures that we protect the name of your cell line and require mycoplasma screening to certify that the cells are safe to work with in our production area.
Cell Culture Company does not own or sell any cell lines. Rather, we expand our customers’ cell lines or cell lines purchased from licensed distributors like ATCC to large quantities.