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20.09.2021 - Pirmin Fuchs

Cellbox Solutions establishes subsidiary in the USA

Cellbox Solutions is pleased to announce the foundation of a U.S. company - Cellbox Inc.. Following the successful development and production of the Cellbox transportable CO2 incubator in 2019, as well as suitable UN3373 packaging materials for cell transport, the young company has decided to expand into the USA.

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08.09.2021 - Pirmin Fuchs

Cellbox User Report - Determining The Feasibility of Transporting Retinal Organoids and Scaffolds Using the Cellbox.

The Gamm Lab utilizes stem cell technologies to investigate the cellular and molecular events during retinal differentiation and generate cells to develop advanced disease models. Check out the feasibility of transporting retinal organoids and scaffolds using the Cellbox.

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09.08.2021 - Pirmin Fuchs

Cellbox User Report - Transporting HUMIMIC Chip2 based Blood-Brain-Barrier Model.

Organ-on-a-chip technologies provide a breakthrough in mimicking human organs on a miniature scale. The chips allow for separate cell culture, connected within a microfluidic system. Organs such as the blood brain barrier (BBB) or kidneys can be set up very similar to in vivo conditions. Have a look how TissUse used the Cellbox.

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29.07.2021 - Pirmin Fuchs

Cellbox User Report - Transporting Bioprinted Dermo-Epidermal Subsitute - Poieskin®.

Bioprinting technology involving printing of human cells and biomaterials to create a dermo-epidermal substitute that mimics the physiological skin is very promising. Poietis provides solutions leveraging a proprietary, innovative next generation bioprinting platform and tissue manufacturing skills to develop and produce bioprinted tissue for wound healing and other applications. Have a look in which project they used the Cellbox

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12.04.2021 - Pirmin Fuchs

Cellbox Solutions announces new headquarters

Cellbox Solutions is pleased to announce the opening of its new headquarters in Norderstedt, which is located nearby Hamburg, Germany. In line with our business strategy to expand our product and logistics service offerings to our customers, the new headquarters will house both the growing Research and Development department as well as the Quality Control department. The close proximity to the Hamburg airport is a clear advantage for our future growth strategy. Cellbox Solutions will continue to operate its administrative office in Hamburg.

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05.10.2020 - Pirmin Fuchs

Cellbox User Report - Transporting iPSC derived Cardiomyocytes

The user report relates the transportation of specially cultivated cardiomyocyte patches induced from stem cell cultures from Hamburg (GER) to Munich (GER) to transplant the matured cardiomyocyte patch onto the damaged section of the heart from an animal as a in vivo model.

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31.07.2020 - Omoleye Coker

Breakthroughs in Cellular Technology

Rapid advancements in technology are enabling biotechnologists, cell biologists, and bioinformaticians to explore new paradigms in animal and plant cells. Apart from an in-depth analysis of genomic data, cellular technology is being used to perform a wide range of tasks, such as identification of gene variation, analysis of gene expression, as well as prediction of protein structures and functions.

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22.07.2020 - Pirmin Fuchs

Organ On A Chip, Why Not?

The organ on a chip (OOAC) is an emerging technology. It refers to a chip in which fluid flows in tiny channels and cells are seeded alongside or in separate wells. The chip is a cross-technology innovation at the intersection of cell biology, biomaterial technology, engineering, and chemistry.

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