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Koken Collagen sponge for 35mm culture dish

Code: KKN-CS
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The collagen sponge is a collagen-based device developed for three-dimensional cell culture. The collagen porous sponge is prepared from an insoluble type I collagen isolated from bovine Achilles tendon. This sponge is natural bovine collagen (not atelocollagen). Cells will penetrate the sponge and proliferate in three-dimensions.

The collagen sponge (KKN-CS-35) is a disc shape of 32 mm in diameter and 1 mm thick.

Product Name

Collagen sponge (native) for 35mm culture dish

Catalog Number

KKN-CS-35

Size

5 pieces

Storage and Stability

Store at Room Temperature

Sterility

Sterile

Notice To Purchaser

REPROCELL is a licensed global distributor of KOKEN’s collagen-derived products everywhere, except for Japan.

Manufacturer

Koken Co., Ltd. (Japan)

Specification Sheets

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