About Bovine Corneal Endothelial Cells


Corneal endothelial cells are found on the inner aspect of the cornea where they secrete a specialized extracellular matrix. They form a very tightly packed monolayer with tight junctions between cells.

Our cultured corneal endothelial cells from 2–3 day-old calves are cryopreserved passage 3. We can provide primary cultures upon request.

Our cryopreserved bovine corneal endothelial cells have been successfully thawed and subcultured. Type II collagen — a major component of vitreous — can be detected in the culture supernatant.