Corneal

MatTekā€™s EpiCorneal consists of normal, human-derived corneal epithelial cells which have been cultured to form a stratified, squamous epithelium similar to that found in the human cornea. Because EpiCorneal is cultured with normal human corneal epithelial cells, scientists and ophthalmic researchers have found it extremely useful for studying cornea-specific phenomena such as corneal drug delivery, corneal wound healing, and dry eye disease. Learn more about EpiCorneal.

Corneal Drug Delivery

EpiCorneal Drug Delivery (Latanoprost) Application Note

EpiCorneal Drug Delivery (Model Compounds) Application Note

 

Corneal Wound Healing

EpiCorneal Wound Healing Application Note

 

Dry Eye Disease

EpiCorneal-Dry-Eye-Disease-Application-Note

In vitro Innovation

EpiCorneal is cultured with normal human corneal epithelial cells, giving researchers the closest in vitro equivalent to a human cornea.