Enter now into real 3D cell and tissue culture.
The new Go->3D System by Biomed Center Innovation.
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Come closer to life with 3D-culture
Cell-cell communication, cytoskeleton or physiology – these are only some examples that differ fundamentally between 2D and 3D culture. Using 3D culture you take the crucial step closer to real life conditions. Whether you aim for membrane, scaffold or tissue culture, bioreactors are indispensable for modern cell culture.
A sophisticated media flow profile, adapted to different applications and sample sizes, guarantees an optimal nutrient supply. Avascular tissues like cartilage require additional compression. Compression systems can also be used for mechanical stimulation of sinew or even bone cultures.
Whether perfusion or compression – thanks to a detailed instruction with images and video the simple and practical Go->3D systems works strait away. The systems layout is based on the 4-well columns of cell culture plates, fitting perfectly into classical test designs with multiple repeats.
GO->3D has been designed by users for users
The bioreactor system has been developed out of an open demand in our own lab and we have realized the most important features:
- body material consist of PEEK, the compression frame of anodized aluminum: long lasting quality even for multiple autoklav and cleaning cycles
- easy to clean, quickly back in use
- readily stackable, well suited for large sample numbers – for meaningful statistics
- all reactors are build to be used in CO2-incubators, silicon tubes secure gas exchange for carbonate-buffered medium
- realized to achieve a realistic prize, allowing for standard use in your lab
Manifold application szenarios
The basic perfusion unit with four separate chambers and four inlet/outlet connectors each makes everything possible – flow current with adapted inserts, osteochondral culture with double-perfusion, membrane-divided culture and special flow patterns for hydrogels. The compression frame generates force patterns that are transferred to the samples by silicone pistons, creating either direct or hydrostatic* pressure; they can also be equipped for strain in a special modification. the intrusion distance is adjusted for each chamber individually.
*optional: requires additional check-valves
And what do the customers say?
„A very reliable and highly variable equipment, that remains sturdy over many experiment cycles. Easy to assemble it can be used both by beginners and experienced scientists.“
Dr. Roland M. Klar
Regenerative Medicine, Head researcher, Laboratory of Biomechanic und Experimental Orthopedics, Orthopedics department, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University Hospital Munich (LMU)
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