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Vena8 Endothelial+ Biochip

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The Vena8 Endothelial+™ biochip is ideal for studying cell-cell interaction.  Endothelial cells are easily seeded (via standard pipette) and cultured inside the microcapillaries of the biochip.   As cells flow through the microcapillary of the Vena8 Endothelial+™ biochip, the cell surface receptors may interact with the endothelial cell monolayer which coats the microcapillary walls.   Ideal for use with phase contrast imaging and fluorescence imaging to study cell-cell interactions under conditions mimicking physiological flow.

Each biochip contains 8 capillaries in parallel which can be seeded with endothelial cells for culture of 8 monolayers in parallel and subsequent study of cell-cell interaction studies under shear flow. Each 10 pack contains 80 assays. Each 5 pack contains 40 assays.

Product Vena8 Endothelial+ Biochip
Company Cellix, Ltd
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Cellix, Ltd
Unit 1, Longmile Business Centre, Longmile Road, Dublin 12, Ireland

Tel: +353-1-4500 155
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