Oxyphen track-etched membranes are a perfect fit for cell and tissue applications, given their highly controlled membrane performance parameters as well as the wide variability in membrane thickness and pore size that can be used to regulate the nutrient transport to cells to facilitate growth and for cell recovery. These membranes can be used in cell culturing – a method used to isolate, analyze, and grow human or animal cells under controlled conditions – as well as in tissue engineering which seeks to create artificial organs, skins, and tissues that can address pharmaceutical, regenerative medicine, diagnostics, and research applications.
Cell & Tissue
Cell Culture Inserts
Cell culture inserts are widely used for either cell growth in R&D applications and drug testing, or for in-vitro analysis. Given the wide variability in the membrane thickness and pore size needed to regulate nutrient transport, our track-etched membranes are ideal for screening or distinct cell growth projects.
Cell & Tissue
Using a combination of life science and engineering mechanisms, Oxyphen’s track-etched membranes can be used to develop artificial organs, skins, and tissues that address pharmaceutical, regenerative medicine, diagnostic, and research applications.
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