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