GrowDex®-T multipack

Catalogue code: 200103305

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€580,00 EUR
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The GrowDex-T multipack contains 3 x 5 ml GrowDex-T hydrogel syringes.

GrowDex-T brings superior imaging quality for phase contrast and brightfield imaging. This hydrogel is completely transparent making imaging and automated analysis easy.

Product information

GrowDex®-T is a transparent negatively charged hydrogel that consists of nanocellulose (1.0% w/v) and 99.0% purified water. The transparent nature of GrowDex®-T makes it ideal for use in brightfield and phase contrast microscopy applications as well as high content microscopes.

GrowDex®-T is ready to use and can be mixed directly with cells and culture media, no gelation or cross-linking step required. Handling in ambient temperature and the shear thinning property of GrowDex®-T enable easy dispensing and use in automated systems.

To achieve optimal cell growth and differentiation, it is necessary to determine the appropriate concentration of GrowDex®-T and bioactive molecules (e.g., growth factors, extracellular matrix (ECM) proteins, and/or other molecules). Viscosity (i.e. stiffness) of GrowDex®-T can be adjusted with media or PBS accommodate culture of a variety of cell types.

Note: GrowDex®-T is supplied at a working concentration of 1.0%. It is not a concentrate. GrowDex®-T can be used in concentrations between 0.1-1.0%.

Technical Specifications

  • The product is supplied sterilized
  • 1.0 % solution (w/v) of nanofibrillar cellulose, 99% purified water
  • The pH of a packaged material is neutral
  • Transparent, not autofluorescent, suitable for microscopy studies
  • Devoid of animal-derived material, endotoxins, and pathogens
  • Biocompatible with human cells and tissues
  • Supplied in syringe packaging for simple, accurate dispensing
  • Storage temperature: 4-22 °C
  • Shipping temperature: Room temperature

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic or therapeutic procedures.


  • Sterilized, tested and found negative for bacteria, fungi, and mycoplasma
  • Cell viability confirmed/tested using HepG2 cells
  • Viscosity confirmed by rheology tests