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CELLINK START

CELLINK START is a water-soluble gel used as a sacrificial material for cell-laden constructs, bioinks with poor shape fidelity and constructs with porosity along all three axes. CELLINK START prints at room temperature and dissolves easily after washing with culture media (after gelation of the cell-laden bioink) – making it an easy to use sacrificial material.

You can print all of your complex structures with CELLINK START and ensure their quality prior to printing with human cells. It’s the perfect start for all your bioprinting experiments.

Training Inks

CELLINK START (50 ML)

CELLINK® START is a water-soluble gel used as a sacrificial material for cell-laden constructs, bioinks with poor shape fidelity and constructs with porosity along all three axes. CELLINK® START prints at room temperature and dissolves easily after washing with culture media (after gelation of the cell-laden bioink) – making it an easy to use sacrificial material.

You can print all of your complex structures with CELLINK® START and ensure that their quality prior to printing with human cells. It’s the perfect start for all your bioprinting experiments.

Training Inks

CELLINK XPLORE

CELLINK XPLORE is a non-sterile ink designed for demonstrations. Use it to print surgical models and larger organ structures while retaining shape integrity. Similar to CELLINK Bioink, XPLORE has excellent printability and viscosity. XPLORE comes in multiple colors to help visualize the printing process when using several printheads at once.

Training Inks

CELLINK START X

With a new and improved formulation, CELLINK START X is the second generation of our CELLINK START bioink which now has the ability to be crosslinked under 405 nm light. START X maintains printability through a range of nozzle shapes and diameters. Use it to evaluate construct geometry and for education and training demonstrations. You can also use START X for structural support, as a soft surface for bioprinting, within a perfusable organ on-a-chip and for as a permanent models with customizable mechanical characteristics.


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