Medicine Tissue EngineeringScaffold
Novel non-selective culture media for microorganisms Better for quick proliferation of microorganisms Easily functionalized with active agents Biocompatible and biodegradable UV or ethanol sterilized Vacuum packaged Optionally avaible as coverglass: Direct use with coverglass for microscopic studies Optically transparent One side nanofiber covered
Gelatin-agarose nanofibers provide dual functionality to culture media for microorganisms due to presence of gelatin and agarose at nano level.
Gelatin is the protein source for microorganisms non-selectively whereas agarose makes culture media more stable because of its solidifying character.
Gelatin is a protein hydrolized from collagen which is extracted from the skin, bones and connective tissues of animals. Agar (or agar-agar) which is obtained from algae or seaweed consists of agarose (linear polysaccharide) and agaropectin (heterogenous polysaccharide).
Gelatin-Agarose Nanofiber Products are offered as Coverslip, Multiwell PLate, Culture Dish options.
Gelatin-Agarose Nanofiber coated coverslip contains 0.1-0.2 mg nanofiber/cm fixed on one side of a coverslip.
Gelatin-Agarose Nanofiber Products are UV-sterilised and vacuum packaged.
The product expiration date is 1 year after the production, unless the sterilized packaged is open.
The product can be stored at room temperature.