Collagen sponge (native) for 35mm culture dish

Catalog KKN-CS-35
Size 5 pieces
Price
$210.00
$210.00
Availability In stock
Catalog
KKN-CS-35

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 Specifications

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


References

  1. Lu H, et al. Comparison of decellularization techniques for preparation of extracellular matrix scaffolds derived from three-dimensional cell culture. (2012) J Biomed Mater Res A. 100(9):2507-2516.
  2. Kobayashi Y, et al. Synthesis of functional artificial lymphoid tissues. (2011) Discov Med. 12(65):351-362.
  3. Kitajima T, et al. A fusion protein of hepatocyte growth factor for immobilization to collagen. (2007) Biomaterials. 28(11):1989-1997.
  4. Okamoto N, et al. Artificial lymph nodes induce potent secondary immune responses in naive and immunodeficient mice. (2007) J Clin Invest. 117(4):997-1007.
  5. Ueno A, et al. Constitutive expression of thrombospondin 1 in MC3T3-E1 osteoblastic cells inhibits mineralization. (2006) J Cell Physiol. 209(2):322-332.
  6. Suematsu S, et al. Generation of a synthetic lymphoid tissue-like organoid in mice. (2004) Nat Biotechnol. 22(12):1539-1545.
  7. Yasui T, et al. Determination of collagen fiber orientation in human tissue by use of polarization measurement of molecular second-harmonic-generation light. (2004) Appl Opt. 43(14):2861-2867.
  8. Yamanouchi K, et al. Bone formation by transplanted human osteoblasts cultured within collagen sponge with dexamethasone in vitro. (2001) J Bone Miner Res. 16(5):857-867.
  9. Fujimoto E, et al. Beneficial effect of basic fibroblast growth factor on the repair of full-thickness defects in rabbit articular cartilage. (1999) Arch Orthop Trauma Surg. 119(3-4):139-145.

Product Specifications

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

References

  1. Lu H, et al. Comparison of decellularization techniques for preparation of extracellular matrix scaffolds derived from three-dimensional cell culture. (2012) J Biomed Mater Res A. 100(9):2507-2516.
  2. Kobayashi Y, et al. Synthesis of functional artificial lymphoid tissues. (2011) Discov Med. 12(65):351-362.
  3. Kitajima T, et al. A fusion protein of hepatocyte growth factor for immobilization to collagen. (2007) Biomaterials. 28(11):1989-1997.
  4. Okamoto N, et al. Artificial lymph nodes induce potent secondary immune responses in naive and immunodeficient mice. (2007) J Clin Invest. 117(4):997-1007.
  5. Ueno A, et al. Constitutive expression of thrombospondin 1 in MC3T3-E1 osteoblastic cells inhibits mineralization. (2006) J Cell Physiol. 209(2):322-332.
  6. Suematsu S, et al. Generation of a synthetic lymphoid tissue-like organoid in mice. (2004) Nat Biotechnol. 22(12):1539-1545.
  7. Yasui T, et al. Determination of collagen fiber orientation in human tissue by use of polarization measurement of molecular second-harmonic-generation light. (2004) Appl Opt. 43(14):2861-2867.
  8. Yamanouchi K, et al. Bone formation by transplanted human osteoblasts cultured within collagen sponge with dexamethasone in vitro. (2001) J Bone Miner Res. 16(5):857-867.
  9. Fujimoto E, et al. Beneficial effect of basic fibroblast growth factor on the repair of full-thickness defects in rabbit articular cartilage. (1999) Arch Orthop Trauma Surg. 119(3-4):139-145.