Atelocollagen permeable membrane for 50mm culture dish - Cosmo Bio Co.,Ltd.



Atelocollagen permeable membrane for 50mm culture dish

Catalog No.: KOU-MEN-01
Size: 5PC
Price: ¥16700
Description: Native dermis
catalog info: Catalog 2012-p278
Storage: -20C
Immunogen: Bovine
Purpose: For study of interaction between cells


Permeable collagen membrane is specially developed from highly purified bovine dermal type I Atelocollagen for single and double layer tissue culture studies. It is particularly suitable for studying the molecular interactions between two different cell types by culturing on both sides of the membrane. It is potentially useful for the study of artificial organs and in the emerging field of tissue engineering. The membrane is permeable and allows free passage of amino acids and small molecules, which is important for the absorption and exchange of molecules through the membrane using cell polarity.
This Collagen membrane is available for use with both 6 and 24 well culture plates.
 Feature and advantages 
Due to membrane transparency, microscopic observation of the cells is possible while culturing.
Study of cell interaction is possible without a co-culture.
Cell culturing on a collagen membrane creates a natural environment that resembles in-vivo systems.
Collagen membranes is available for use with both 6 and 24 well culture plates.
Amino acids and other small molecular weight compounds can move freely though the permeable collagen membrane.
All products are manufactured under stringent quality control. Collagen membranes
All product are sterilized.
Study of interaction between cells
Fundamental researches of the artificial internal organs
Screening of efficacy of medicine
Study of cell metabolism and metabolism mechanism
[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.



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