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Handling of cells


Loading of cells

[photo]Technologies04 Handling of cells

Recombinant Peptide (RCP)

Fujifilm’s recombinant peptide (RCP) based on
human-type I collagen produced with genetic
engineering technology

RCP is produced by culturing gene-introduced yeast and has high density of cell adhesive sequence of RGD.
RCP has unique features of reproducible quality, biocompatibility, high cell adhesiveness and highly flexible formulations. RCP is expected to be applied to regenerative medicine and other areas.

Functional Molecules / Functional Polymer / Bioengineering / Materials Chemistry

Highly flexible formulation

Various formulations (sponge, film, granule, etc.) suited for various applications can be produced. These forms can function as scaffold for cell growth.

Honeycomb Film

New materials of a unique structure with hexagonally arranged micro-pores

These are thin macromolecular films with micro-pores open in honeycomb patterns. The inner walls of the pores have a spherical shape with adjacent pores being open to each other, and it is also possible to individually create penetrated, non-penetrated, pillar, and microlens-array structures.

Functional Molecules / Functional Polymer / High-precision Coating Technology / Film Formation Technology / Materials Chemistry

Production process based on self-assembly
(dew condensation)

Micro water droplets self-assemble in an orderly structure as they condense and grow on the surface of a thinly spread polymer solution. Cells form when the solvents dry and the micro water droplets evaporate.