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Liver-Derived Endothelial Cells, human, passage 2

Catalog #: HLECP2

Human Liver-Derived Endothelial Cells

Note: Product will be discontinued follow depletion of current inventory.  HLECP1 is the equivalent replacement.


Product Overview

Endothelial cells are the primary barrier cells that line blood vessels and sinusoids of the liver. Human Liver-derived Endothelial Cells (HLECs) are isolated and enriched from liver tissue, then cryopreserved for use in a wide range of research models.

HLECs are characterized for markers of endothelial cells, including CD31, vWF, and LYVE-1 as shown by flow cytometry and maintain appropriate endothelial morphology over limited serial passaging.  Human liver-derived endothelial cells are derived from whole livers leading to a mixed population of vascular endothelial cells and sinusoidal endothelial cells.  

The recommended medium for HLECs is EGMTM 2 which is optimized for endothelial cell health and growth.


Low passage


  • ADMETox
  • Liver Disease
  • NASH

Content & Storage


Cryo Vial >800,000 cells


Safety Data Sheets (SDS)

Certificate of Analysis (CoA)

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The Importance of Cell-subtype Selection in Creation of a 3D Liver Fibrosis Model

Data sheet detailing 3D liver fibrosis model in collaboration with Visikol