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Hydrogel 10 ml syringe

Axol's biocompatible hydrogel is supplied ready to use in a syringe and mimics the extracellular matrix, supporting cell growth and differentiation with consistent results. Tested applications range from: 3D cell culture and organ-on-a-chip models, through to drug release studies and 3D printing. 
Product Code: ax494319 (10 ml) Categories: , , .

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Features & Benefits

Axol’s bio-friendly hydrogel is extracted from birch and sourced from sustainable and responsibly managed forests. The hydrogel supports culture of a variety of cells including iPS, ES, cancer, retinal, neural cells as well as patient derived cells and biopsies and used for 3D organoids and spheroid culture.

Eliminating the need for temperature control on the bench, Axol’s hydrogel is stored, shipped and suitable for use at room temperature, reducing complexity and cost. There is no batch to batch variability making lot reservations a thing of the past.

The hydrogel is not auto fluorescent, is pH neutral and is compatible with automated liquid handling systems, high content imagers and standard microscopes set ups.

Product Specification

Application 3D cell culture, 2D cell culture
Size 10 mL
Cell type Multiple
Shipping conditions Ambient temperature
Storage conditions Room temperature
Formulation Nano-fibrilar cellulose

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References

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