Next-generation collagen, a new dimension

Next-generation collagen producer Jellagen has developed a new kit for cell culture and tissue engineering researchers to enable them to easily create 3D cell scaffolds. The new Jellagen 3D Hydrogel kit includes everything required to make 3D scaffolds and other matrices for a wide range of cell lines.

“This is an exciting new product to extend the availability and uptake of jellyfish-derived collagen,” said Dr Andrew Mearns Spragg (Jellagen CEO and founder). “We have been supplying our proprietary non-mammalian collagen biomaterial to the research community for use in a range of applications with great results. The Hydrogel kit makes it easier for our customers to create 3D matrix scaffolds and hydrogels for a wide range of research protocols” he added.

Packaged in an ergonomic new pouch, the 3D Hydrogel Kit reflects the marine provenance of Jellagen’s next-generation collagen. “We co-created this kit with the scientists who will be using it,” Andrew went on to say. “The final design incorporates important user insights as well as promoting our brand and purity ethos.”

The new pack, which includes all reagents and wells required, joins the 2D collagen products already available from Jellagen (liquid or dried in a range of sizes and concentrations).


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