Tissue engineering, biotechnology

Since 2010 SINDAT has focused on the recent development in biotechnology and regenerative medicine, in particular on the cell therapy and tissue engineering, in attempt to develop and implement specific technological processes, products and services exploitable in biomedicine, that could be available for commercial use within mid-term horizons. The company pursues its goals and objectives through SinBio Co., its newly designed subsidiary within the follwing framework:
Nanomatrix 3D
  • Facilitating the platform for long-term cooperation between commercial subjects and the university-based research institutes engaged in biomedicine, providing accent and support to these branches of science.
  • Increasing the innovative potential and enhancing the efficiency of innovation transfer from the base and applied research into practice as a projection of the commercial demand.
  • Development of new medical and medicinal devices for human and veterinary medicine.

In practice, the regenerative medicine has the ability to replace, remedy or enhance the damaged tissue, as well as the entire organ function and provides hope for cure of the whole range of deseases. This type of medical treatment may enhance the overall health of population, improve well-being, provide reduction of permanent disability and slow down of ageing processes of the human body. Let alone the overall cut in long-term expenditures of healthcare system.

Sindat presents NanoMatrix3D – a brand new product range of 3D nanofiber scaffolds for cell differentiation, in vitro expansion and cell cultivation.

100% nano, 100% 3D.

NanoMatrix3D is suitable for experiments and trials requiring longer cultivation. Unlike the restricted surface area of smooth polystyrene plastic, NanoMatrix3D products provide cells with greater space for proliferation. Cells cultivated in NanoMatrix3D are exposed to the cultivation medium from the top and the bottom. 3D in vitro cultivation holds great future promise in terms of reducing the number of failed trials.

Basic facts:

  • The structure of NanoMatrix 3D is formed of nanofibers with diameter 100 nm or more.
  • All the materials are biocompatible and biodegradable.
  • The sizes of products and of laboratory plastics are compatible with common laboratory methods.
  • NanoMatrix 3D is ideal for cultivation of all mostly used animal and human cells including stem cells.
Contact Person
Ing. Liliana Berezkinová
+420 734 266 109
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