Primary Non-Parenchymal Cells

Isolation of non-parenchymal cells (NPCs) provides liver models that mimic the microenvironment and microanatomy of the human liver for the study of liver functions. Moreover, these models show organotypic interactions between hepatocytes and non-parenchymal cells through direct contact or paracrine signalling. Therefore, these models are able to recreate the physiological environment in vivo and this is a fundamental requirement to obtain a specific predictive response for the study of liver physiology/pathology or to perform new drug screenings and safety analyses with a high predictive value.

Non-Parenchymal Cells Available

NPCs Mix

Human hepatic stellate Cells

Stellate Cells

liver endothelial cells

Endothelial and Sinusoidal Cells

Microscopic view of kupffer cells

Kupffer Cells

Non-parenchymal cells play a crucial role in liver research and contribute significantly to our understanding of liver biology and pathology. These cells encompass various subcategories, each serving distinct purposes in research and drug development.