Human HEPATOMUNE® cultures for long-term culturing

Human HEPATOMUNE® cultures are derived from highly characterized donors, with the flexibility to tailor plates to individual donors, a combination of donors, or separate donors across distinct wells on the same plate.

Human HEPATOMUNE® cultures for long-term culturing

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HEPATOMUNE® cultures-Human HEPATOMUNE cultures

Human HEPATOMUNE® cultures are ready to use and contain everything needed for long-term HEPATOMUNE cultivation.

  • Instructions for culture maintenance
  • Human HEPATOMUNE plates are available in a 24- or 96-well format
  • Maintenance and application media and supplements

The human hepatocyte cell types listed below can be used:

  • Human Cryoplateble Hepatocytes
  • LIVERPOOL® Cryoplateable Hepatocytes

HEPATOMUNE plates come in two formats. The "full" HEPATOMUNE plate variant features HEPATOMUNE cultures in every well, providing versatility for a wide range of experimental setups.

In the “half and half” HEPATOMUNE plates, half of the wells have HEPATOMUNE cultures, and the other half do not, making them standard HEPATOPAC cultures. This configuration allows a side-by-side comparison of cultures with and without Kupffer cells.

Both regular and high-content imaging (HCI) plates are offered in the 96-well format.

“Full” HEPATOMUNE plates.

“Full” HEPATOMUNE plates. Image Credit: BioIVT

“Half and Half” HEPATOMUNE plates.

“Half and Half” HEPATOMUNE plates. Image Credit: BioIVT



BioIVT recommends that Biosafety Level 1 safety procedures are used when handling these cell lines.

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