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.

Interested in developing your own formulation, check out our GelMA and Alginate Kit, and our Xanthan gum powder to mix your own formulation.

GelXA is the base for many advanced formulations including:

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Description

Available in 3 mL cartridges.
Includes crosslinking agent.
Sterile production and packaging.
Three-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.

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