Bioinks

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.

Gelma

Gelatin Methacrylate

Quantity: 1gr – 10gr – 100gr
Methacrylate Rating: %55
Endotoxin: <10 EU/gr
Purity: %99
Sterile: Filtration

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Colma

Collagen Methacrylate

Quantity: 1gr – 10gr – 100gr
Methacrylate Rating: > %55
Endotoxin: < 10 EU/gr
Purity: %99
Sterile: Filtration

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What is Bioink?

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.

Cell Viability

Bioinks also must be print compatible while providing the structural properties of different tissue. In Collagen R&D product portfolio, includes bio-inks in the low endotoxicity (<10 EU / gr) that support the attachment, vitality, and proliferation of cells.

UV-Crosslinking

Gelatin Methacrylate (GELMA) is a photocrosslinkable bioink to create natural 3D cell scaffolds. Our GELMA bioink product comes as a lyophilized powder or sterile diluted solution ready to use. The gelatin used to synthesize GelMA is type B and 300 bloom.

When mixed with water-soluble photoinitiators such as Irgacure 2959 and LAP, GELMA can be photopolymerized with UV light (365 nm wavelength) or visible light (405 nm wavelength) to form cross-linked hydrogels. The hardness of the hydrogels can be adjusted by adjusting the GELMA concentration and light exposure conditions.

Quality control

In order to meet the high expectations of Collagen R&D customers, we follow a very strict quality plan and test purity and endotoxicity at all stages after the beginning by using carefully selected the world’s best quality raw materials.

We understand the importance of repeatability for researchers, and that’s why we check all our products before shipment to avoid variation between batches.

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