Atelocollagen Honeycomb sponge - Cosmo Bio Co.,Ltd.



Atelocollagen Honeycomb sponge

Catalog No.: KOU-CSH-10
Size: 100MG
Price: ¥27000
catalog info: Catalog 2012-p280
Storage: RT
Purpose: Useful tool for three dimensional culture and research of tissue engineering as 3D scaffold


The 'Honeycomb' collagen sponge has a structure in which uniform pores (200-400 μm) are arranged densely in one direction, into which cells can penetrate and proliferate. This structure facilitates the ready supply of nutrients to thecells inside the sponge, and releases metabolic wastes and biochemical products. Cells can proliferate and fill the lumen to form a uniform cell mass.
[Delivery Note]
The product contains bovine collagen. It was supplied from Australia/New Zealand and was certified about its non-hazardous by each quarantine. Please confirm the possibility of importing such bovine related item in your country before order.


Atelocollagen Honeycomb Sponge (KOU-CSH-10) is a 3 mm cube with applications including cell scaffolding for 3-D cell culture and high density cell culture substrate for tissue engineering.


KOU-CSH-10 : stereoscopic microscope image


Electron microscope image of mouse fibroblast cell culture in Honeycomb collagen sponge





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