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Atelocollagen, Honeycomb Sponge

Outline

Honeycomb sponge and Honeycomb disc 96 are sponge shaped type I  atelocollagen scaffolds and have a honeycomb-like porous structure and high pore density. This honeycomb structure enables facile supply of nutrients to cells and easy excretion of waste products.

What is Atelocollagen?

Applications

  • 3D culture

  •  Cell transplantation

  •  Sustained-release of bioactive compounds

Features

  • The honeycomb structure facilitates the access of nutrients to the cultured cells and the removal of waste products from the sponge, allowing cells to proliferate within the sponge.

  • Cells are easily harvested by collagenase treatment.

  • It is biodegradable and suitable for cell transplantation

Type of collagen

Bovine dermis derived atelocollagen

  • Stereo microscope image of CSH-96

  • Stereo microscope image of CSH-10

  • SEM image of Honeycomb sponge

  • SEM image of fibroblasts seeded in a Honeycomb sponge

Cat. No. Product Packaging Price
CSH-10 Atelocollagen, Honeycomb sponge Sterilized
Size: approximately 3×3×2 mm/sponge
Total surface area: about 2,000 cm²/g
Weight per volume: 12-13 mg/mL
Pore size: 200-400 μm
100 mg/bottle Visit distributor’s
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CSH-96 Atelocollagen, Honeycomb Disc 96 Sterilized
Size : φ6mm×2 mm
Pore size: 200-400 μm
25 pcs/bottle Visit distributor’s
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Storage: Room temperature  For research use only.

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