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Useful tool for three dimensional culture and research of tissue engineering as 3D scaffold

AteloCell® Collagen sponge for 35mm culture dish

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The collagen sponge for cell culturing is a collagen-based device developed for three-dimensional cell culturing. The collagen porous sponge is prepared from a insoluble type I collagen that is derived from bovine Achilles tendon. Cells can penetrate into the sponge and proliferate three-dimensionally. This technique is very useful for tissue engineering studies.

Collagen sponge for 35mm culture dish

Electron microscope image of the surface of sponge


Characteristics of Atelocollagen FAQ
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Three dimensional culture
Research for tissue engineering as 3D scaffold

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Collagen sponge for 35mm culture dish


¥ 16,200
$ 216
€ 162

Atelocollagen sponge


¥ 32,400
$ 432
€ 324

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