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Human hepatic sinusoidal endothelial Cells


Endothelial cells are the primary barrier cells that line blood vessels and sinusoids of the liver.

  • Liver sinusoidal endothelial cells (LSECs) are highly specialized endothelial cells. They form the interface between blood cells on the one side and hepatocytes and hepatic stellate cells on the other side. LSECs represent a permeable barrier. sinusoids play an essential physiological role and mediate the filtration and scavenger functions of the liver. ...
  • LSECs play a crucial part in the cellular crosstalk that regulates progressive chronic liver disease, which leads to fibrosis and carcinogenesis.
  • Human Liver-derived Endothelial Cells (HLECs) are isolated and enriched from liver tissue. Cryopreserved, they serve in a wide range of research models.

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Cryopreservrd Human Liver Sinusoidal Endothelial Cells (HLSEC)

Lot / Gender

Inventory (Number of vials)

Viability (%)

Recovery (Number of viable cells/vial)

Total number of cells available

Passage

EUR / Vial

151104-190812 Male

5

95.0

> 3 Mio

> 15 Mio

2

1,600.00
180403-190812 Male

5

97.6

> 4 Mio

> 20 Mio

2

2,400.00
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