CD-1 mouse hepatocytes (TRL)
- CD-1 mouse hepatocytes
- Fresh and cryopreserved formats
- High viability (>80%)
- Characterized for Phase I/II drug-metabolizing enzyme activity
- Characterized for plateability
CD-1 mouse hepatocytes are isolated and characterized for viability, plateability (adherence to a collagen-coated surface), and general Phase I and Phase II drug metabolizing enzyme activities.
CD-1 mouse hepatocytes are available in cryopreserved and fresh format. Fresh hepatocytes are also available plated in a monolayer.
Cryopreserved CD-1 mouse hepatocyes viability
Suspension qualified cryopreserved hepatocytes have post-thaw viabilities over 80%.
Plateable cryopreserved hepatocytes have post-thaw viabilities over 80%. Each lot can also be plated in a collagen-coated plate or similar. These lots are guaranteed to maintain a healthy monolayer (>85% confluency) for a minimum of 3 days in culture.
Fresh CD-1 mouse hepatocyes viability
Each lot of fresh hepatocytes is tested before release to ensure that hepatocytes are high viability. The fresh hepatocytes in suspension are at least 80% viable and plated hepatocyte monolayers are at least 85% confluent.