Haemobrick

A suspension & adherent cell co-culture platform for in vitro exploration

Seed cells in seconds, culture for weeks

Compatible with many cell types

Biomimetic scaffold for 3D cell culture

Anatomy of a Haemobrick

The dorsally located seeding port enables easy cell seeding.

The internal culture area contains crescent shaped microbays that form microenvironments.

Works with Suspension and Adherent Cells

B-cells (suspension), brightfield, 10x

Primary human fibroblasts (adherent), brightfield, 10x

The Haemobrick is made of a gelatin-based biopolymer matrix that provides a biocompatible substrate for a wide variety of cell types. It can be used to culture suspension cells, adherent cells, or both cell types in co-culture.

Easy Cell Seeding

Protocols

Working with the Haemobrick in your lab.

2x, B-Cells, Brightfield

10x, B-Cells, Brightfield

Microenvironments

Curved microbay structures collect suspension cells and provide sheltered areas for cells to thrive and multiply.

Cells then create their own microenvironment.

Cells in each microbay are free to move to another microbay or the surrounding area, allowing for migration assays.

Compatible with Existing Assays

Metabolic Assays

FACS

Brightfield Microscopy

Fluorescent Microscopy

Confocal Microscopy

Two Photon Microscopy

RNA/DNA Isolation

RNA/DNA Sequencing

RT PCR