Why to choose our nanofibrillar cellulose and cellulase enzyme solutions as your OEM 3D cell culture solution?


Our raw material provides an environment for cells that closely mimics the structure of extracellular matrix, allowing cells to interact & grow in similar manner than in human body. This enables more accurate and reliable data for flow cytometry analysis. In addition, nanofibrillar cellulose acts as an excellent scaffold for cells for further characterization and research after cell sorting.


1. Increased accuracy and relevance of results with 3D grown cells

Be a forerunner in providing 3D cell culture solutions that improve the quality of data obtained with flow cytometers.

To ensure scientific relevance of results from flow cytometry analysis, it is important to grow cells in habitats that mimic the human body as closely as possible. Although growing cells in a monolayer is a common practice, cells grown in 2D lack the physiological relevance of cells growing in human body. Therefore, the accuracy of the results can be questionable. To improve the physiological relevance, nanofibrillar cellulose acts as a scaffold for cells, allowing them to grow in three-dimensions closely mimicking the structure of cells growing in their natural habitat.

Although, with current flow cytometry technologies, 3D grown organoids and spheroids must be dissociated into single cells for flow cytometry analysis, the physiological relevance of the 3D grown cells enable more accurate data than data obtained from cells grown in 2D.


2. Safe, reliable & automation friendly solution for 3D culturing before analysis 

Gain additional sales by expanding your consumable collection to include more than just fluorescent dyes. Bring more value to your customers by offering matrices well suitable for culturing before flow cytometry analysis and post cell sorting.


3. 3D culturing after FACS (Fluorescence-activated Cell Sorting) 

Provide an easy solution for your customers: offer same cell culture matrix throughout the culture process, both before analysis and after cell sorting.

Once cells have been sorted with a flow cytometer, nanofibrillar cellulose can be used for culturing the homogenous cell populations for future characterization and research. Nanofibrillar cellulose acts as a scaffold for cells, increasing the structural similarity of cultured cells compared to cells growing in human body. 


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