GelXA

CELLINK’s GelXA incorporates a GelMA base, xanthan gum and alginate to enhance  printability, ease-of-use and stability. You can print it at room temperature and use photoinitiator-assisted crosslinking, ionic crosslinking or a combination of both.

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Description

Available in 3 mL cartridges.
Includes crosslinking agent.
Sterile production and packaging.
Two-month shelf life.
For research use only. Not for human use.

Product number: IK3X21020301 (1 x 3 mL)
Product number: IK3X21020303 (3 x 3 mL)

We began offering a new and improved GelXA formulation in September 2019. The new blend enables more efficient photocrosslinking and a slightly lower stiffness after ionic crosslinking. If you would like to order the previous version, our team can prepare it upon request.

Specifications

The bioink has the following quality criteria:

Appearance
Semi-translucent gel
Sterility Sterile
Endotoxin level <30 EU/mL
Cell viability 75% viable mesenchymal stem cells for 7 days
pH
6.5-7.4
GelMA degree of methacrylation
45-55%
Viscosity 1-1 000 Pa·s

Printability Data

Conical tip (Room temperature)

This diagram displays the printability behavior and characteristics of GelXA, when being printed with a 22 G conical tip at room temperature (approximately 23.4° C) at 30-40 kPa.

Lines

There are a lot of factors involved in assessing printability. Here we can see how GelXA performs when printing straight lines at a printing pressure of 22 kPa.

Conical tip (Room temperature)

This diagram displays the printability behavior and characteristics of GelXA printed with a 25 G conical tip at room temperature (approx. 23.4° C) at 30-40 kPa.

Lines

There are a lot of factors involved in assessing printability. This shows how GelXA performs when printing straight lines at a printing pressure of 25 kPa.

Conical tip (Room temperature)

This diagram displays the printability behavior and characteristics of GelXA printed with a 27 G conical tip at room temperature (approximately 23.4° C) at 30-40 kPa.

Lines

There are a lot of factors involved in assessing printability. This shows how GelXA performs when printing straight lines at a printing pressure of 27 kPa.