BioM-6: BUGA-CoL Type-1 Collagen Solution
COLLAGEN SOLUTION OF STERILE FILTERED AND BSE FREE.
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BUGA-CoL Type I Collagen Solutions consists of approximately 97% Type I collagen and 3% of Type III collagen. These products are supplied in packaging at concentrations of 3 mg / ml, 6 mg / ml and 10 mg / ml. BUGA-CoL Type I Collagen Solutions are filtered in filters with suitable pore diameters without BSE and are sterilized and presented for your use
Fields of usage: It can be used in biomedical, microfluidic chip, tissue engineering, natural polymer for 3D printing, Material Science, Biochemistry and cell culture studies.
3, 6, or 10 mg/mL in 50 mL
(Higher amounts are available upon request)
|Material||Collagen from bovine tendon|
|Extraction Method||Enzymatic - Athelocollagen|
|Solubility||3 mg/mL (in 0.01 M HCl)|
|Dispersion||Complete dissolution at 0.01 M HCl|
|Odor||No data available|
|Storage Temperature||2-10 ºC|
|Shelf Life||At least 6 months from production date|
|Purity- Silver staining||98.9|
|Electrophoretic Property - Commasie blue||Characteristic|
|Endotoxin / LAL||Lower than 10 EU/mL|
|Specified Use||It is intended for use only in research and development studies.|
Suitable to be used in any microfluidic channel.
Suggested to be used with uFluidic Tissue-on-Chips
|Not recommended use||Not suitable for consumption, medication, food and other uses|
These are some highly sited articles from literature. The chip designs are not identical but working is the same in principle.
|Erica Rosella et.al., 2020|
|A microfluidic approach for development of hybrid collagen-chitosan extracellular matrix-like membranes for on-chip cell cultures|
|G. Pagano et.al., 2014|
|Optimizing design and fabrication of microfluidic devices for cell cultures: An effective approach to control cell microenvironment in three dimensions|
|Brian Burkel et.al., 2016|
|Preparation of 3D Collagen Gels and Microchannels for the Study of 3D Interactions In Vivo|
|Keith B Neeves et.al., 2013|
|Sources of Variability in Platelet Accumulation on Type 1 Fibrillar Collagen in Microfluidic Flow Assays|
|Christian Haynl et.al., 2016|
|Microfluidics-Produced Collagen Fibers Show Extraordinary Mechanical Properties|