Why our hepatocytes are better

We’re proud to say that our hepatocytes are the best available. They consistently have high viability, healthy morphology, form confluent monolayers, and¬†exhibit relevant phenotypes that lead to reliable data.

 

Our hepatocytes are better.

Our hepatocytes have:

1. Clear, distinct nuclei
2. Clear cytoplasm: indicates no swollen organelles, no intracellular debris
3. Confluent monolayer: indicates tight cell-to-cell junctions, formation of bile canaliculi
4. Normal cell shape

Bad hepatocytes have:

5. Indistinct nuclei
6. Swollen organelles and intracellular debris
7. Huge gaps in the monolayer, limited cell-to-cell interaction
8. Elongated, fibroblast-like cells