Cryopreserved primary human non-parenchymal cells (NPCs) isolated from resected liver tissue.
Hepatic non-parenchymal cells (NPCs) represent about 30% of the liver and are specialized cells which interact with hepatocytes for several functions. For this reason, liver co-cultures may increase the sensitivity of liver models for ADME/Tox-related research by recapitulating the complexity of a whole liver. "Mix NPCs" provides a mix of different types of liver cells, including Kupffer cells, liver endothelial cells and Stellate cells.
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