Keratinocytes

Primary Keratinocytes isolated from human and rat skin tissue are low passage, high purity, and performance tested. These primary cells are available for a variety of research areas including dermal epithelial cell growth, differentiation, and skin models.

Keratinocytes are an important part of skin tissue where they act as a protective barrier from the outside environment and damage from pathogens, UV radiation, and water loss. Keratinocytes undergo a process called cornification to produce keratin and differentiate to form a squamous epithelium that will replace outermost skin layers that shed.

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102-05A Human Epidermal Keratinocytes: HEK, adult
102-05F Human Epidermal Keratinocytes: HEK, fetal
102-05N Human Epidermal Keratinocytes: HEK, neonatal
R102-05N Rat Epidermal Keratinocytes: REK, neonatal