ADME-Tox

April 2015 Being bio-reactive - tebu-bio's scientific blogFollow us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterFollow us on LinkedInFollow us on Google+Watch our videos on YouTube

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Hepatic Cellular models

A wide range of in vitro models are used in preclinical drug testing for the investigation of ADME-Tox properties of NCEs. The liver is the main organ with regards to ADME-Tox, wih over 500 different functions.
The liver lobule is composed of parenchymal cells (hepatocytes) and nonparenchymal cells (Kupffer cells, hepatic stellate cells, and sinusoidal endothelial cells).


All these cell types are now available throughout Europe from a single source...

Discover more about Hepatic Cellular Models from tebu-bio


Extra-Hepatic cellular models: the Urogenital System

The urogenital system is the organ system of the reproductive organs and the urinary system. tebu-bio offers a broad range of cell types from urogenital organs (as well as their associated media) from reliable, high quality sources.

Learn more about all the different cell types available

  NEWS & EVENTS

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Subcellular fractions are widely used in drug discovery and preclinical drug development to evaluate the in vitro metabolism of drug candidates. Discover our species and organ specific subcellular fractions with this...
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...a reliable source for Cryopreserved Human Primary Cells.

tebu-bio was the first company to introduce cryopreserved cells into Europe. Working with us means you'll benefit from our team's extensive experience and know-how, but also from very efficient and reliable logistics.
Make your choice of human primary cells here

13th European ISSX Meeting

Make an appointment to meet up with Jean-François Têtu, one of our Cells & Cell based assays experts, in Glasgow (Scotland), from the 22nd to the 25th of June at the University of Strathclyde.

Discover tebu-bio's ADME-Tox offer at booth 102


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