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CnT-Prime Epithelial/Stromal Co-Culture Medium

Co-culture of epithelial and stromal cells in 2D culture.

Catalog CnT-PR-CC
Content 500 ml, Frozen medium


  • Chemically defined, contains no components of animal or human origin
  • Specifically designed for balanced co-culture of keratinocytes and fibroblasts
  • Fully supplemented, one bottle ready-to-use


CnT-PR-CC is a fully defined medium for the co-culture of primary human keratinocytes and fibroblasts.

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Tissue type
Fibroblasts & Keratinocytes
Free of Human & Animal Component
Chemically defined
Clinically upgradable
500 ml
Frozen Bottle & Ready-to-use
Quality level
Research Grade

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Scientific resources


CnT-PR-CC delivers balanced co-culture of keratinocytes & fibroblasts.

CnT-PR-CC is specifically formulated to allow balanced co-culture of both epithelial and stromal cells in a fully defined environment.Primary keratinocytes and fibroblasts are initially expanded in their respective media. When seeded at a 50:50 ratio into standard 2D culture, both cell types proliferate.

At confluency, the cultures display the characteristic keratinocyte progenitor cell colonies (small and tight cobblestone morphology), surounded by fibroblasts (see image).

The medium undergoes a range of QC tests in our lab before being released for sale. Please see the datasheet for details. It can be upgraded for clinical applications. Contact us at support@cellntec.com for further details.

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Thawing, seeding and passaging protocols are particularly important for optimal cell growth. Please visit our Protocols Page for our recommendations.

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Scientific Literature

Title Authors Year Tissue type
A Three-Dimensional Organoid Culture Model to Assess the Influence of Chemicals on Morphogenetic Fusion A Three-Dimensional Organoid Culture Model to Assess the Influence of Chemicals on Morphogenetic Fusion 2018 Epidermal
An improved multicellular human organoid model for the study of chemical effects on palatal fusion Cynthia J. Wolf, Hunter Fitzpatrick, Carrie Becker, Jessica Smith, Carmen Wood 2023 Epidermal
Development of an organotypic stem cell model for the study of human embryonic palatal fusion Cynthia J. Wolf, David G. Belair, Carrie M. Becker, Kaberi P. Das, Judith E. Schmid, Barbara D. Abbott 2018 Epidermal
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CELLnTEC Catalog 2023 Download

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