Lonza now offers a comprehensive portfolio of fresh and
cryopreserved human and animal hepatocytes providing a reliable source of
high-quality liver cells for studies into drug metabolism and toxicity, and for
vital research into liver-associated diseases such as Malaria and Hepatitis B.
Our cryopreserved hepatocytes are characterized for a variety of features such
as induction of drug metabolizing enzymes and transporter activity, helping to
reduce time and money spent evaluating cells for specific experiments. Our team
of experts supply extensive donor demographics helping scientists to find the
right source of fresh hepatocytes for their applications
The Utility Of Primary Human Hepatocytes In The Drug Development Pipeline
Dr. Salman Khetani discusses various primary hepatocytes models in the drug development pipeline.
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Human Primary Hepatocytes
Fresh and cryopreserved human hepatocytes isolated from whole and resected liver tissues with detailed donor information.
Product guides, worksheets, and publications to help you get the most out of your Hepatocytes and media.
Animal Primary Hepatocytes
Fresh and cryopreserved hepatocytes from a variety of clinical species, including, but not limited to: Rat, Mouse, Dog and Monkey.
Watch our archived webinar for a comprehensive overview of various models that one may apply to hepatocytes from the very basic to complex.
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Fully-functional, adult phenotype hepatic cell line in convenient cryopreserved format.
Thawing and Plating Cryopreserved Hepatocytes
Learn how to thaw and plate cryopreserved hepatocytes in this video demonstration.
Hepatic Non-Parenchymal Cells
Stellates, Kupffers, and other NPCs play important roles in transport, metabolism, inflammatory response, disease modeling, and growth functions.
Quasi Vivo® Cell Culture Flow Systems
The Quasi Vivo® system consists of a series of cell culture chambers connected through dynamic flow of media throughout the system.
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