Hurel microlivers are self-assembling co-cultures (SACCs) of primary cryopreserved hepatocytes combined with a non-parenchymal (stromal) cell line.  The hepatocytes spontaneously self-assemble into colonies.  This patented form of liver cell culture has been demonstrated, in peer-reviewed studies, to produce the longest-enduring, phenotypically most stable, metabolically most competent of any liver tissue construct developed in the world to date.

Hurel is the gold standard of microliver technologies.