Welcome to Fujifilm cell matrix

Scaffolds or matrices based on extracellular matrix (ECM)-inspired biomaterials play a central role in the repair of tissue damage. Cell matrices can optimise the physiologically relevant 3D microenvironment of the cells and prevent graft cell death.

New hydrogel based on recombinant peptide

Leveraging on Fujifilm’s recombinant peptide based on human collagen type I, a methacrylated formulation has been developed for hydrogels. Crosslinking and gelling will take place during exposure with visible light and in the presence of a photoinitiator. Cells can be mixed with the RCPhC1-MA solution before gelation. This will create a physiologically relevant micro-environment for cells. 


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Macroporous microspheres

In optimisation of 3D cell culturing processes many factors play a role. Besides size, type, and conditions of culture vessels, also the characteristics of the microcarriers are of importance. These microcarriers provide an artificial microenvironment allowing cell-cell and cell-matrix interactions in all three dimensions. They further provide a high nutrient and gas exchange rate.

BIO Europe 2019

Fujifilm takes on the challenge of making regenerative medicine a reality. Meet us at the BIO Europe in Hamburg, 11-13 November 2019. We will present our regenerative medicines initiatives. Among others Cellnest recombinant peptide and 3D cell culture formulations will be shown.