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.

Hydrogel based on recombinant peptide

Leveraging on Fujifilm’s recombinant peptide based on human collagen type I, hydrogel formulations have been developed. The hydrogels can be applied as a cell matrix in the field of regenerative medicine or drug discovery.  Crosslinking and gelling take place using different gelation triggers, for example by exposure with visible light, in the presence of a photoinitiator. The hydrogel will create a physiologically relevant micro environment for cells. 

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Injectable microspheres

Cell-loaded microcarriers form an unique cell delivery system to damaged or degenerated tissue for repair and restoration of function, while enhancing cell retention. Cell harvesting is considered as one of the main obstacles of using microcarriers in 3D cell culturing processes. Fujifilm's new injectable microcarrier eliminate the need for cell harvesting after cell expansion.

Scaffold technology

Fujifilm’s recombinant peptide is a very versatile material. Depending on the application and the cell type, one always needs to find the optimal combination of cells and matrix. To suit applications in regenerative medicine and drug discovery for a broad range of cell types, Fujifilm can make various scaffold types with tunable properties.