The Need

There is a Critical Shortage of
Primary Human Hepatocytes.

Primary human hepatocytes are one of the most important cells in the body. They predict the sensitivity to drugs and toxins, are critical in understanding disease, offer an alternative to liver transplantation, and enable new therapeutics for liver failure and rare diseases. The current supply of primary human hepatocytes depends entirely on donated livers that are not healthy enough for transplantation. This limits the quality and quantity of available cells and hinders therapeutic innovation.

Hepatocyte

The Master Orchestrator

The liver is capable of a profound degree of regeneration.