Human HepatoPac kits are an ideal way to conduct all your DMPK, Predictive Toxicology & Mechanistic Toxicology applications. Begin dosing as early as 3 days after receiving the kit! Use our Human HepatoPac Triple Donor plates for the ultimate in convenience. HepatoPac co-cultures derived from 3 independent and highly characterized donors are provided on a single plate (8-wells from each donor).
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Human HepatoPac in vitro co-cultures remain viable and highly functional for 4 weeks. These co-cultures secrete albumin, synthesize urea, display functional bile canaliculi, and metabolize compounds using active Phase I and Phase II drug metabolism enzymes.
Metabolizing Enzyme Activity
HepatoPac kits can be used for any assay that can be run using sandwich, monoculture plates or suspension cultures. Due to the extended in vitro functionality of HepatoPac co-cultures, Hepregen kits enable studies such as low turnover clearance or chronic toxicity studies that could not otherwise be performed. Human HepatoPac kits are application-specific, containing optimized media and plate layouts.
- Toxicology Screening
- DMPK applications - MetID, Metabolic Stability, Induction, Transporters (Hepregen has a partnership with Qualyst Transporter Solutions to offer their patented B-CLEAR® technology in conjunction with HepatoPac cultures!)
Don't see your application? Hepregen scientists are available to discuss your application needs and recommend the appropriate kit, or develop a custom solution.
All kits are provided with pre-patterned primary human hepatocyte/stromal cell co-cultures. Primary hepatocytes and stromal cells are patterned on Day 0, cultured at Hepregen and shipped to clients on Day 5 of culture. Plates are delivered within 24 to 48 hours of shipping. Cells are ready for dosing on Day 8 of culture (1 to 2 days after receiving the plates). HepatoPac co-cultures remain functional for up to 4 weeks in vitro, providing users with schedule flexibility. We take great pride in the reliability of co-culture manufacturing and their stability during shipping. Learn more about Kit Quality.
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Human HepatoPac kits are application specific and available in 3 sizes. Multiple human hepatocyte lots are available. Please contact your local sales manager for specific lot information.
Part Number Kit Description Application Plate Format # Plates HPHU-MD-24S Human HepatoPac Met ID Kit - Small Metabolite ID 24-well 1 HPHU-MD-24M Human HepatoPac Met ID Kit - Medium Metabolite ID 24-well 4 HPHU-MS-72S Human HepatoPac Metabolic Stability - Small Metabolic Stability 72 well 1 HPHU-MS-72M Human HepatoPac Metabolic Stability - Medium Metabolic Stability 72 well 4 HPHU-TX-96S Human HepatoPac Tox Kit - Small Tox 96-well 1 HPHU-TX-96M Human HepatoPac Tox Kit - Medium Tox 96-well 4 HPBCHU-TR-24S Human HepatoPac® B-CLEAR® Transporter Kit (24-well) - Small Transporter 24-well 1 HPBCHU-TR-24M Human HepatoPac® B-CLEAR® Transporter Kit (24-well) - Medium Transporter 24-well 4 HPHU2-MD-24S Human HepatoPac Triple Donor Met ID Kit - Small Metabolite ID 24-well 1
Questions about which kit to use? Our team of scientists is happy to assist you in choosing the kit that fits your assay needs.
Type Title Specification Sheet Human Donor 0002 Specifications Specification Sheet Human Donor 3121A Specifications Specification Sheet Human Donor 3121B Specifications Specification Sheet Human Donor 4202 Specifications Application Note HepatoPac® A Bioengineered Micro-Liver Platform for Predictive Drug Metabolism and Toxicity Studies. An overview of a predictive, in vitro micro-liver co-culture system providing in vivo performance. Publication Assessment of Rat and Human HepatoPac® to Detect Compounds that Cause Drug Induced Liver Injury in Humans - Toxicological Sciences, first published online November 14, 2012. Poster Micropatterned Primary Hepatocyte Co-Cultures for Drug Metabolism and Toxicity Studies - Presented at the 2011 Society of Toxicology Conference