Collagen is used in many cell culture studies and in the production of bio-materials due to its excellent bio-compatibility properties. It can be safely used in three-dimensional printers with high purity and application-specific formulations.
They are natural or synthetic polymers used in 3D bioprinting applications, preferred due to their biocompatible and rheological properties. Three-dimensional structures produced with bioinks, support living cells temporarily or permanently by facilitating their adhesion, proliferation and differentiation during maturation.
Collagen R&D offers bioinks with low endotoxicity (<10 EU/gr) that ensure the vitality of cells before, during and after the bio-printing process. High purity products also provide rheological properties needed to regulate and produce extracellular matrices (ECM) of encapsulated cells. Bioinks obtained from natural raw material sources may cause problems by differing from batch to batch at the application stage.
Thanks to Collagen R&D’s unique raw material tracking and characterization system, there are no differences between parties. Collagen is used in many cell culture studies and the production of biomaterials due to its excellent biocompatibility properties. It can be safely used in the 3D printers with formulations specially developed for applications and in high purity.