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- Atelocollagen, Honeycomb Sponge
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Atelocollagen, Honeycomb Sponge
How can I seed cells into Honeycomb sponge?
Please visit our distributors’ page to download an instruction manual
What percentage of cells attach onto a Honeycomb sponge during culture?
Approximately 20-30% of seeded cells attach onto the Honeycomb sponge, although the type of cell and the seeding method may affect attachment.
How can I harvest cells from a Honeycomb sponge?
Add collagenase to final concentration of 0.1% and incubate at 37°C for approximately half an hour.
Is it possible to prepare sections from a Honeycomb sponge?
Similar to tissue samples, Honeycomb sponge can be fixed and/or embedded in paraffin/OCT compound.
How long does Honeycomb sponge remain at the transplantation site?
We estimate that it remains for approximately a month but the duration depends on the transplantation site.
Is it possible to obtain custom-made Honeycomb sponges that are different in shape and pore size from the off-the-shelf product?
Please contact us as we may be able to produce custom-made products upon your request. You can also cut Honeycomb sponge into smaller pieces with a sharp knife such as a surgical scalpel.
Information on this page is based on published articles and in-house data.