Jellagen jellyfish collagen for cell culture

Tuesday, 28 March, 2017 | Supplied by: BioNovus Life Sciences

Collagen is abundant in all connective tissue, which makes it one of the most studied biomaterials of the extracellular matrix. Innovation with collagen biomaterials is witnessing significant growth, particularly in the fields of regenerative medicine, medical devices, cell culture and stem cell research.

Jellyfish collagen is an evolutionary ancient chemical template and is where all collagens up the tree of life have been derived. Due to its ancient chemical lineage, jellyfish collagen represents a universal type of collagen, suitable for supporting the growth of a wide range of human cells. It is also human biocompatible, which enables research to be translated from lab to in vivo clinical applications.

Jellyfish collagen is a non-mammalian derived source which is physiologically much less complex than mammals, bony fish and birds (other common sources of collagen), and so there is much less to change between individuals of the species. This provides batch-to-batch consistency, offering advantages to research and medical applications.

Jellagen is a medtech business that manufactures next-generation collagen products sourced from jellyfish for application in 2D and 3D cell culture. The company’s products enable researchers and scientists to optimise their study through providing an effective starting material for culturing cells, which allows for more effective representation of human model.

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