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Human Hepatocytes, Cryopreserved Single Donor , Suspension

Catalog #: HUCSD

Cryopreserved Single Donor human hepatocytes are characterized for high viability and general Phase I and Phase II metabolism activity in short term suspension metabolism assays. Each ampule contains > 5 million cells. 

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Product Overview

Cryopreserved Single Donor human hepatocytes are characterized for high viability and general Phase I and Phase II metabolism activity in short term suspension metabolism assays. The Suspension Qualified hepatocytes are ideally suited from short-term (<4hrs) in vitro drug clearance assays. The Suspension Qualified hepatocytes are not suitable for applications that require hepatocytes cultured in adhered monolayers.

Benefits

  • Precharacterized for general metabolism
  • Certificate of Analysis (CoA) provided for every cell lot

Applications

  • Suspension metabolism studies

Content & Storage

Content

1 x Cryopreserved ampule Human Hepatocytes Suspension, Single Donor, containing >5 million viable cells

Instructions

Safety Data Sheets (SDS)

Certificate of Analysis (CoA)

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Inventory

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