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MatriCoat™
ECM Surface Coating

MatriCoat™ is developed to transform the traditional tissue culture plastic in a tissue-specific surface for bidimensional cell culture. When using the MatriCoat™, cells are exposed to the extracellular proteins present in the native tissue of interest, increasing the reliability and significance of the research.

Why MatriCoat™ ECM Surface Coating?
TRANSFORMS PLASTIC INTO TISSUE-SPECIFIC MICROENVIRONMENTS

 MatriCoat™ contains hundreds of tissue-specific ECM proteins that bind to the surface of conventional cell culture plates and flasks. The presence of these proteins transforms unrepresentative synthetic materials into a tissue-specific microenvironment containing an unique combination of proteins mimetic to that present in the native tissue.

LEADS TO MORE REPRESENTATIVE FINDINGS

The tissue-specific composition of MatriCoat™ increases the representativeness of the findings in each experiment. The particular combination ECM proteins direct cell behavior towards that found in the native tissue, reducing the drawbacks of bidimensional cell culture.

THE BEST ALTERNATIVE FOR WHO IS NOT YET READY TO WORK WITH 3D CELL CULTURE

Although 3D cell culture is the most representative in vitro platform to mimic the native tissues and organs, not every scientist is ready to move there yet. MatriCoat™ is an alternative to those scientists. While still working with 2D platforms, the use of tissue-specific microenvironments produced by MatriCoat™ leads to more reliable findings.

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MatriXpec™

MatriXpec™ hydrogels are developed to offer tissue-specific microenvironments for 3D cell culture. MatriXpec™ hydrogels allow running experiments in truly representative substrates that mimic the biological clues of the native extracellular matrix.

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MatriWell™

MatriWell™ are cell culture inserts containing a hydrogel with tissue-specific extracellular matrix proteins, designed for fabricating 3D epithelial barriers in vitro.

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Other Products

In addition to our proprietary technologies, TissueLabs also offers a series of consumables, including alginate and alginate-based bioinks; GelMA and GelMA-based bioinks; needles, nozzles, and adapters for hydrogel extrusion.