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Pooled PrimaryHuman Hepatocytes for Suspension

Pooled suspensionHuman hepatocytes offer a simple, cost-effective test system for in vitro metabolite identification, species comparison, metabolic stability, and uptake transporter studies. We offer a 100-donor pool, genotyped hepatocytes, and our featured CryostaX® pooled hepatocyte products which were developed with a patented single-freeze process that minimizes cryoinjury and promotes high viability and cell yield.

CryostaX® pooled primary human hepatocytes for suspension bring you extensive characterization options, custom pooling, and a convenient format using our patented pooling method designed to provide long-term, consistent results. Each lot is characterized for major drug-metabolizing enzymatic and uptake activity, with on-demand custom pooling available at no extra cost.

Geneknown Hepatocytes are genotyped and characterized for pharmacologically relevant polymorphisms affecting the enzymatic activity or function of proteins known to be involved in the pharmacokinetic and toxicological properties of xenobiotics.

HepatoSure® is SEKISUI XenoTech’s 100-donor pool of cryopreserved human hepatocytes for suspension assays. As the largest pool we offer as a standard product, HepatoSure® provides the best value when it comes to consistency of data reproducibility.

OptiIncubate Hepatocyte Media is specially formulated to maintain higher viability throughout incubation and is recommended for use with suspension hepatocytes for optimum results.

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When you purchase from us, we make sure you have all the right tools and information you need to succeed

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Build Your Own Pool

We offer custom pooling for no additional cost! You can select attaching or suspension lots, pool size, donor criteria, enzyme activity characterization, and more

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