More mature cell and tissue cultures, faster
NanoSurface Cultureware structures cultured cells and tissues to improve physiological relevance. Shortly after plating, cells cultured in NanoSurface Cultureware exhibit enhanced structural and phenotypic development as compared to cells cultured in conventional culture dishes. NanoSurface topography induces cytoskeletal reorganization and cellular alignment. NanoSurface Cultureware is available in familiar standard formats, featuring No. 1.5 glass-bottom wells for high quality imaging.
Single-well 35mm Ø dish (20mm Ø pattern area)
6-well plate with 35mm Ø wells (20mm Ø pattern area)
24-well plate with 20mm Ø wells (full well area patterned)
96-well plate with 5mm Ø wells (full well area patterned)
No. 1.5 glass coverslips
NanoSurface plates rapidly structure and mature many cell types.
Skeletal muscle cells
Smooth muscle cells
Human embryonic stem cells
Induced pluripotent stem cells
Mesenchymal stem cells
On NanoSurface dishes, cardiomyocytes align to the surface topography, elongate in the direction of the nanopattern, and exhibit uniform anisotropic contraction patterns, with enhanced contractile force and conduction velocity.
Without biomimetic surface topography, cardiomyocytes exhibit random orientation, disorganized contraction patterns, and immature functional phenotypes on conventional culture surface.