Reproducibility is key to success in 3D Bioprinting!
Tags: 3D Bioprinting
Consistent experimental result, reproducibility is the ideal that researchers expect and strive for, but not always achieve. Cell biology research already has many uncontrollable variables, and the biomaterial used should not be one of them. Unfortunately, however, this is still overly common, especially when using bioinks that are animal/natural-derived materials.
Does this sound familiar?
You’ve spent weeks or months optimizing an application and are getting outstanding results. It’s now time to repeat the work for a very important publication, and you need to purchase more vials of your bioink. However, this time, the cells don’t behave in the same way they did previously, and you are unable to replicate the original results.
Whilst there are advantages to utilizing naturally-derived materials due to their inherent bioactivity, they often have issues with lot-to-lot variability. This makes such materials inconsistent, which is a huge limitation to achieving reliable research results.
Biogelx™-INKs’ components are simple amino acids: short, well-characterized peptide sequences designed to provide essential cues and adhesion sites that are relevant for biocompatibility and biomimicry.
Our company operates under a Quality Management System which uses ISO 9001:2015 as a framework, enabling us to effectively control, monitor, and improve all of our processes to better satisfy your requirements and exceed your expectations. Each Biogelx™ product must meet the required specifications throughout the preparation process to comply with our high-quality standards. Once the product has passed all specifications during the preparation stages, strict QC analysis is carried out to ensure high-quality standards before dispatching the products to you.
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