At Flexcell® International Corporation, we understand that our commitment to the highest quality products and customer service depend on our ability to take part in research and development continuously. We invite you to read more about our ongoing research and development on cell stretching bioreactors in tissue engineering, cellular mechanics, gene and protein expression, cytomechanics, drug discovery, orthopedics, cardiovascular, and pulmonary research.
Periodontal ligament-associated protein-1 engages in teeth overeruption and periodontal fiber disorder following occlusal hypofunction
Chen Y, Luo M, Xie Y, Xing L, Han X...Periodontal ligament-associated protein-1 engages in teeth overeruption and periodontal fiber disorder following occlusal hypofunction, Journal of Periodontal Research, 2023.
Our Tissue Train® 3D Culture System is a computer-regulated cell stretching bioreactor system that allows users to create 3-dimensional cell-seeded gels and apply uniaxial or equibiaxial tensile strains to these gels. The Tissue Train® 3D Culture System is a uniaxial system that allows researchers to apply user-defined strain regimens to simulate heart rate, walking, running, and other dynamic exercise patterns to tissue constructs. This will enable you to build bioartificial tissue samples of skin, tendon, ligament, etc. up to 35 mm in length.
Our FX-6000T™ Tension System is a computer-regulated bioreactor that uses positive and negative air pressure to apply cyclic or static mechanical strain to cells cultured on flexible-bottomed culture plates. The FX-6000T™ Tension System allows researchers to simulate in vivo tissue strains and frequencies in vitro that mimic in vivo conditions in cells from muscle, lung, heart, vascular vessels, skin, tendon, ligament, cartilage, and bone.