Functionally Immortalized

Intestinal Epithelial Cells

Epithelial tissues line the cavities and surfaces of structures throughout the body, and also form many glands. Functions of epithelial cells include secretion, selective absorption, protection, transcellular transport and detection of sensation. InSCREENeX currently offers epithelial cells isolated from the murine intestine

Product NameCat. No.InformationPrice
CI-muINTEPI cells,
Murine intestinal epithelial cells
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Related Products

Product NameCat. No.SizePrice
muINTEPI Medium
(ready-to-use) optimized medium for murine epithelial cells. Consists of basal medium and basal supplements (INS-ME 1005BS)
INS-ME-1005500 ml€ 155.00
Gelatin solution 2%
INS-SU-1015-50ml50 ml€ 155.00
Collagen solution,(ready-to-use), derived from rat tails, suitable for cell cultureINS-SU-1017-50ml50 ml€ 30.00
Collagen solution,(ready-to-use), derived from rat tails, suitable for cell cultureINS-SU-1017-300ml6 x 50 ml€ 140.00
Freezing mediumINS-SU-100430 ml€ 29.20

Related Protocols for Cultivation of muINTEPI


  • Identification of a Predominantly Interferon-λ-Induced Transcriptional Profile in Murine Intestinal Epithelial Cells. Selvakumar et al., Front. Immunol., 16 October 2017 [link]
  • Regulation of epithelial cell expressed C3 in the intestine – Relevance for the pathophysiology of inflammatory bowel disease? Sünderhauf et al., Molecular Immunology Volume 90, October 2017, Pages 227-238 [link]
  • The Novel Type 1 Fimbriae FimH Receptor Calreticulin Plays a Role in Salmonella Host Specificity. Grzymajlo et al., Front. Cell. Infect. Microbiol., 19 July 2017 [link]
  • Cell Polarization and Epigenetic Status Shape the Heterogeneous Response to Type III Interferons in Intestinal Epithelial Cells. Bhushal et al., Front. Immunol., 12 June 201 [link]
  • IRAK-M Expression in Tumor Cells Supports Colorectal Cancer Progression through Reduction of Antimicrobial Defense and Stabilization of STAT3. Kesselring et al. Cancer Cell Volume 29, Issue 5, 9 May 2016, Pages 684-696 [link]
  • Type 1 fimbriae are important factors limiting the dissemination and colonization of mice by Salmonella Enteritidis and contribute to the induction of intestinal inflammation during Salmonella invasion. Kuzminska-Bajor et al., 2015, Front. Microbiol. [link]
  • Generation of Mouse Small Intestinal Epithelial Cell Lines That Allow the Analysis of Specific Innate Immune Functions. Schwerk et al., 2013, PLOS ONE [link]

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