July 2016

Human Liver BioBank

High-quality human tissue specimens representing the early stages of alcoholic or non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. The samples being assembled are available in quantities larger than those obtained during needle biopsies and come from organs initially intended for transplantation. Our tissue specimens are collected in a timely manner with precise care taken to minimize downtime and preserve tissue viability. 

 Learn more about this Research BioBank

3 ways to source your cellular models

You're looking for primary cells, tissues or fluids with defined specifications (demographics, diseased state, lifestyle criteria, etc)? We can set-up on demand collection to match your specifications. We will identify, consent and enroll participants in studies, then isolate samples and deliver directly to your bench.

  Get access to a diversity of human biological samples

Get access to our Surplus Inventory! 

XenoTech processes donor tissue every day. Our expertise and unique cell preparation procedures allow us to get the most out of each and every tissue. As a result, we often have surplus inventory of products remaining from our internal projects.  

 Download the list of our current surplus inventory

Still using MTT or WST-1 for cell counting in your tox assays?

...if the answer is yes, I am sure you’ll be interested to learn more about WST-8 and our Cell Counting Kit-8 (CCK-8). If the answer is no, and you’ve already switched to WST-8... 

 Just have a look at our price list… you might be surprised 


Joint DMDG/GMP meeting – come and see our poster

tebu-bio will exhibit in the joint DMDG & GMP meeting in Paris, in October. During this congress Jean-François Têtu will present a poster together with SciKon regarding our latest developments on our multi organ toxicity system. If you don’t want to wait further, please check the poster presented by SciKon during SOT2016  and contact Jean-François to discuss your experimental design.

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