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3D NanoShuttle & Bio-assembler Kit for 3D cell culture

NEWS RELEASE: New product offers a major step forward in 3D cell culturing and our new relationship with Nano3D Biosciences (N3D). N3D has developed the Bio-Assembler 3D cell culture technology.

Interested in 3D Cell Culturing?

Have you looked into or performed 3D Cell Culture only to find it difficult to:

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Have you looked into or performed 3D Cell Culture only to find it difficult to:

  • Image with microscopy?
  • Get well to well reproducibility?
  • Difficult to retrieve sample?
  • Complicated protocols & Labor intensive?

Why would you want to do 3D Cell Culture?

  • To create a model that most mimic mammalian cells in vivo.
  • Current 2D culturing now recognized as inaccurately representing real tissue.
  • A great step between 2D and animal work, and for co-cultures.
  • To differentiate your research from the other labs.

Easy Step by Step Protocol:

  • Grow your cells as you normally would in a 2D environment (using flasks/dishes).
  • Add the Nanoshuttle.
  • The Nanoshuttle is a proprietary product of poly-L-lysine and metal nanoparticles. The Nanoshuttle adheres to the exterior of the cell but does not interfere or cause any changes in biological activity.
  • Trypsinize/scrape your cells and re-plate into the plates provided in the Bio-Assembler Kit.
  • Place the Magnetic Driver Lid over the cells.
  • The Magnetic Driver Lid levitates the cells and they begin organizing into 3D structures.
  • As the cells replicate, they do so in 3D and they build their own scaffolding; just like in nature.
  • The 3D cellular structure produced resembles and behaves like in vivo cells and tissues.

N3D Advantages:

  • Over 20 different cells types have been cultured with the N3D BioAssembler.
  • Papers have been published including a 2013 Nature Review Publication.
  • Imaging while in the plate and sample is completely well to well reproducible and retrievable.

Weekly Webinars every Wednesday or we can set up a private webinar with your lab, or department.

In Vivo like In Vitro Mouse Brain Xenograft Comparison - Glioblastoma

Souza et al. Nature Nanotechnol. April 2010

 
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