P3D Accessories & Consumables list

P3D Accessories

These are the accessories available for the P3D chambers. Click on the links below to get additional information about them

 

P3D Consumables

This is the consumables list which can be used with the P3D chambers.

 

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P3D chambers images and videos

Images

 

Videos

This video shows the main steps required to develop an alternating dynamic seeding experiment on porous scaffolds. The experimental set up is built using the the EBERS P3D chambers together with a seeding rack and the TEB1000 flow bioreactor.

 

Features

  • 3 parallel assays per chip
  • Optimal cell attachment
  • Optimized chip holder for easy manipulation
  • Fully integrated solution - pumping systems and accessories available
  • Coverslip-like bottom compatible with high-end microscopy
  • Small volume – minimal amount of medium andsupplement

Applications

  • Live cell imaging under flow-derived shear stress
  • Rolling and adhesion
  • Mimicking flow conditions in blood vessels
  • Long-term culture under mechanical stimulation of adherent cells

Physiochip configurations

  • Flow chip +

    The Flow Chip is a cell culture chamber optimized for the execution of cell-based assays under flow conditions. It is Read More
  • Gradient chip +

    The Gradient Chip is an easy-to-use cell culture system that permits to generate long-term stable gradient profiles of soluble molecules Read More
  • Transflow chip +

    The TransFlow Chip results from the integration of flow microenvironments with traditional transwell models. The combination of a permeable support Read More
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