SAMSARA SCIENCES, INC.
Human biology is complex. Researchers today are challenged to conduct experiments that reveal the key pathways and mechanisms that drive function and disease at the cellular level. There’s no choice more important than the living cells used to answer the questions.
Samsara Sciences is dedicated to the provision of high quality primary human liver and kidney cells for research applications. Our cellular products are supported by extensive data and the knowledge and expertise of our staff, scientific collaborators, and scientific advisors. From donor characteristics to the phenotypic attributes of isolated cells, each lot of cells is powered with the information you need to interpret your outcomes accurately.
Why choose Samsara?
- Selection. Multiple lots available with diverse origins.
- Quality. Traceable, viable, reliable.
- Support. Culture and cryopreservation protocols provided with each lot.
- Comprehensive. Access to a full spectrum of companion products, including formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded tissues and snap-frozen tissues.
PRIMARY HUMAN LIVER CELLS
Samsara offers a broad selection of primary human liver cells from a spectrum of healthy and diseased donors. We specialize in the isolation and provision of liver non-parenchymal cells, including hepatic stellate cells (hHSC), Kupffer cells (KC), and liver-derived endothelial cells (LEC). Primary hepatocytes are also available. Each lot of Samsara cells comes with a unique degree of phenotypical characterization, including a comprehensive histopathologic assessment of the tissue of origin. In addition to cryopreserved cells, customers have access to both formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded sections and snap-frozen tissues as companion materials for comparative studies. Click here to see a complete listing of our current inventory.
PRIMARY HUMAN KIDNEY CELLS
Samsara now offers primary human renal proximal tubular epithelial cells (hRPTEC) for use in research applications. Our cells express and maintain many key features of RPTEC, including an epithelial morphology, expression of important mediators of transport and metabolism, and functional activities such as receptor-mediated albumin uptake. Click here for product information and a list of current inventory.