Cancer studies have entered an era that is heavily focused on the contribution of the tumor microenvironment. For this reason, in vivo experimentation in an immunodeficient model system is no longer fit for purpose. As a consequence, numerous genetically engineered mouse models (GEMMs) which self-develop tumors have been developed to allow experiments to be performed in a fully immunocompetent setting. One of the most commonly used technologies is Cre-loxP recombination due to its unique ability to control target gene expression in a specified tissue type. However, the major limitation of these models remains the inability to generate sufficient numbers of age-matched mice for a synchronized experimental start date. For this reason, the derivation of cell lines from genetically modified murine prostate tissue is desirable and allows for the generation of syngeneic models via subcutaneous or orthotopic injection.