Biological scaffolds and beyond
Human Plasma Fibronectin AK9027
Human plasma from FDA registered Blood Banks in the US, provide the plasma for the fibronectin (pFN). The pFN is purified to at least 95% purity as shown by SDS-PAGE, and it is used for cell attachment, especially for stem cells. It has also been used for in-vivo studies for wound healing in animals and stem cell proliferation and expansion.
Cellular Fibronectin AK9764
Cellular fibronectin (cFN) is purified from conditioned medium harvested from cultured human skin fibroblasts. After purifying the cFN is to at least 95% purity as shown by SDS-PAGE, the product is lyophilized. Although pFN and cFN have many common properties, they differ chemically, by molecular weight and structure, and by biological function. cFN, tested in a small number of patients, has shown good effect in healing diabetic and venous stasis ulcers.
Human Fibrinogen AK9026
Fibrinogen is a soluble plasma glycoprotein that is converted by thrombin into a 3D fibrin scaffold. Fibrin scaffolds are superior to other naturally occurring 3D extracellular matrices and is ideal for a range of applications such as quality control reference material, cell culture, and wound healing.