New multi-specimen perfusion bioreactor for reliable tissue growth introduced by Bose

Bose Corporation has introduced the 3DCulturePro™ system, a new multi-specimen perfusion bioreactor designed for biologists, biomedical researchers and scientists who require reproducible and reliable tissue growth. The 3DCulturePro system supports cell growth and 3D tissue culture in an easy-to-use, scalable configuration.

Versatile and portable, the Bose® 3D CulturePro bioreactor is built for multiple experiment usage, completely biocompatible and can be moved in and out of standard cell incubators. It can be set up as a single, standalone chamber with specimen fixtures or as a complete, multi-chamber system with a perfusion pump to meet the specific research needs of lab users.

The multi-chamber configuration can hold up to six chambers, which can be positioned vertically, horizontally or on the side to support various applications and experiments. Each chamber comes with barb fittings, porous platens and grips that can be used for different sample sizes and types, including bone, blood vessels, skin, ligaments, tendons or other tissues and biomaterials.

The 3DCulturePro system is also useful for biologists moving from 2D to 3D culture, biomedical engineers moving from static to dynamic culture, as well as pharmacologists and drug development researchers interested in an in vitro test bed or an ex vivo drug delivery testing system.

The 3DCulturePro™ system is available now at two price points: $4,500 (USD) for the single-chamber package or $12,500 (USD) for the multi-chamber package (prices vary by country). Both offerings are backed by Bose® Above & Beyond™ support, which includes application expertise and unlimited technical phone support.

This system joins the comprehensive line of Bose BioDynamic® products that are used within sterile cell culture environments. More complex, single and multi-specimen testing instruments are available from Bose, providing mechanical stimulation to promote tissue growth, along with the ability to characterize biomaterials and biological samples. For more information on these products, visit Bose-ElectroForce.com.

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