PhotoHA® Stiff Methacrylated Hyaluronic Acid

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PhotoHA® is 100 mg of lyophilized methacrylated hyaluronic acid (HAMA). PhotoHA® provides 3D hyaluronic acid hydrogels with the unique attributes to be prepared at various concentrations and photocrosslinked (requires a photoinitiator) to provide various gel stiffness.

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Description

Advanced BioMatrix offers PhotoHA®, a methacrylated hyaluronic acid (HAMA) for photocrosslinkable hydrogels. These hydrogels provide native-like 3D HA gels with the unique attributes to be prepared at various concentrations and photocrosslinked to provide various gel stiffness.

Hyaluronic acid is the most abundant glycosaminoglycan in the body being an important component of several tissues throughout the body. While it is abundant in extracellular matrices, hyaluronic acid also contributes to tissue hydrodynamics, movement and proliferation of cells, and participates in a number of cell surface receptor interactions.

For the majority of cell types, it is recommended to add additional ECM proteins to the hyaluronic acid hydrogels. The proteins provide important cell binding sites.

 

Kit 1 – PhotoHA®  

#5212-100MG

 Item   Catalog   Number   Package   Size   Storage   Temperature 
 Methacrylated Hyaluronic Acid  #5212  100 mg  -20°C

 

Kit 2 – PhotoHA®Stiff – IRG

#5220-1KIT

 Item  Catalog   Number   Package   Size   Storage   Temperature 
 Methacrylated Hyaluronic Acid  #5212  100 mg  -20°C
  Irgacure Photoinitiator  #5200  100 mg  2-10°C

 

The product ships on frozen gel packs. Upon receipt, store the PhotoHA® at -20°C. Store the Irgacure at 2 to 10°C. The product and components are stable for a minimum of 1 year at receipt in powder form.

Once solubilized, the PhotoHA® can be stored at 2-10°C for 1 month.  The photoinitiator can be stored for no more than 2 weeks once solubilized.

 

Kit 3 – PhotoHA® Stiff – LAP

#5274-1KIT

 Item  Catalog   Number   Package   Size   Storage   Temperature 
 Methacrylated Hyaluronic Acid  #5212  100 mg  -20°C
 LAP Photoinitiator  #5269  100 mg  2-8°C

 

The product ships on frozen gel packs. Upon receipt, store the PhotoHA® at -20°C. Store the LAP at 2 to 10°C. The product and components are stable for a minimum of 1 year at receipt in powder form.

Once solubilized, the PhotoHA® can be stored at 2-10°C for 1 month.  The photoinitiator can be stored for no more than 2 weeks once solubilized.

 

Kit 4 – PhotoHA® Stiff – RUT

#5275-1KIT

 Item   Catalog   Number   Package   Size   Storage   Temperature 
 Methacrylated Hyaluronic Acid  #5212  100 mg  -20°C
 Ruthenium Photoinitiator  #5246  100 mg  Room  Temperature
 Sodium Persulfate Photoinitiator  #5247  500 mg  Room  Temperature

 

The product ships on frozen gel packs. Upon receipt, store the PhotoHA® at -20°C. Store the Ruthenium and Sodium Persulfate at room temperature. The product and components are stable for a minimum of 1 year at receipt in powder form.

Once solubilized, the PhotoHA® can be stored at 2-10°C for 1 month. The photoinitiator can be stored for no more than 2 weeks once solubilized.

Storage

The product ships on frozen gel packs. Upon receipt, store the PhotoHA® at -20°C. Store the Irgacure at 2 to 10°C. The product and components are stable for a minimum of 1 year at receipt in powder form.

Once solubilized, the PhotoHA® can be stored at 2-10°C for 1 month.  The photoinitiator can be stored for no more than 2 weeks once solubilized.

Specifications

Parameter, Testing, and Method Methacrylated Hyaluronic Acid #5212
Sterilization Method Filtration
Sterility – USP modified No growth
Form Lyophilized Powder
Package Size 100 mg
Storage Temperature -20°C
Shelf Life Minimum of 6 months from date of receipt
Shelf Life After Reconstitution 1 Month
Degree of Methacrylation 45-65%
Molecular Weight 100-150 kDa
NMR Analysis Characteristic
Hydrogel Young’s Modulus E (Pa) Characteristic

Disclaimer

This product is for R&D use only and is not intended for human or other uses. Please consult the Material Safety Data Sheet for information regarding hazards and safe handling practices.

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