CELLINK START Sterile

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.

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Description

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

Product number: IK1900010305 (5 × 3 mL)
Product number: IK1900010310 (10 × 3 mL)
Product number: IK1900010350 (50 × 3 mL)

Specification

The bioink fulfils the following quality criteria:

Appearance
Translucent gel
Sterility Sterile
Viscosity 1-1 000 Pa·s

Printability Data

Conical tip (Room temperature)

This diagram displays the printability behavior and characteristics of CELLINK SUPPORT, when being printed with a 22G and 25G conical tip at room temperature (approx. 23.4° C). The different lines correspond to different printing pressures, as indicated by the colors in the legend.

Lines, 90 kPa

There are a lot of factors involved in assessing printability. Here we can see how CELLINK SUPPORT performs when printing straight lines, using a printing pressure of 90 kPa with 25G nozzle.

Conical tip (Room temperature)

This diagram displays the printability behavior and characteristics of CELLINK PLURONICS when being printed with 22G, 25G and 27G conical tip at room temperature (approximately 23.4° C). The different lines correspond to different printing pressures, as indicated by the colors in the legend.

Conical tip (Room temperature)

This diagram displays the printability behavior and characteristics of CELLINK START printed with 22 G, 25G and 27G conical tips at room temperature (approximately 23.4° C). The different lines correspond to different printing pressures indicated by the colors in the legend.

Lines, 35 kPa

There are a lot of factors involved in assessing printability. Here we can see how CELLINK START performs when printing straight lines using a printing pressure of 35 kPa with 25G nozzle.

Conical tip (Room temperature)

This diagram displays the printability behavior and characteristics of CELLINK START X, when being printed with a 22G, 25G and 27G conical tip at room temperature (approx. 23.4° C). The different lines correspond to different printing pressures indicated by the colors in the legend.