Drug-responsive T-cells are activated with the parent compound or metabolites, often via different pathways (pharmacological interaction and hapten). An obstacle to the investigation of drug hypersensitivity is the scarcity of reactive metabolites for functional studies and the absence of coculture systems to generate metabolites in situ. Thus, the aim of this study was to utilize dapsone metabolite-responsive T-cells from hypersensitive patients, alongside primary human hepatocytes to drive metabolite formation, and subsequent drug-specific T-cell responses.