Product Details
Catalog Number: Petaka-LOT
Applications: Cell Culturing System
Type: Petaka LOT Devices
Species Reactivity: Not Applicable
Product Sizes
SizeList PricePriceCart
25 Petaka Devices$425.00Add to Cart
300 Petaka Devices$4,600.00Add to Cart

Better, faster, cheaper cell culturing. Your cell based assays deserve all three. Imagine you can customize physiological cell conditions that closely resemble their in vivo environments. For example, there have been many studies over the years which have highlighted the problems that come from culturing cells in physiologically excessive O2 levels. This results in problems ranging from over-sized cells, mutated DNA, or irregular gene expression. These conditions compromise results. Our PetakaTM cell culturing system removes these conditions raising the probability of successful outcomes. Imagine then being able to maintain, share and ship these cultures at room temperature. This is the PetakaTM Advantage!

PetakaG3™ HOT Culturing System has the same size and structure characteristics as the PetakaG3™ LOT. The PetakaG3™ HOT  is manufactured from a special co-polymer which has a particularly high diffusion rate of oxygen and carbon dioxide through the wall of the device. The PetakaG3™ HOT bioreactor is particularly suited for culturing cells with a high aerobic metabolism, for example, insect cells carrying the baculo virus or HEPG2, or virus carrying cell cultures. Especially adapted virus carrying cell cultures (in-vitro virus production).

PetakaG3 LOT for Anchorage Dependent Cells (attached living cells)

Self regulated, self contained cell culture bioreactors that control oxygen, CO2, pH and evaporation, without glove boxes, tri-gas incubators or gas canisters.

PetakaG3 LOT maintains media environment stable at ambient temperature and the cells alive for long periods of time.

Ideal for physiologic cell culture and shipment of adherent cells without cryopreservation.

Images

Petaka-Corner A: Is the corner where the air filter is located. Corner B: Is the corner where the access port, septum, or diaphragm, is located. Corner C: Is the corner where the internal gate to the chamber is located (I/O liquid flow). Corner D: The most resistant corner to mechanical forces.

Petaka-Corner A: Is the corner where the air filter is located. Corner B: Is the corner where the access port, septum, or diaphragm, is located. Corner C: Is the corner where the internal gate to the chamber is located (I/O liquid flow). Corner D: The most resistant corner to mechanical forces.

Image1: Three different gene expression in three different tissues depending on the atmospheric oxygen concentration. Image 2: Preparing cells for shipping/storage and recovering for use and collaborations.

Image1: Three different gene expression in three different tissues depending on the atmospheric oxygen concentration. Image 2: Preparing cells for shipping/storage and recovering for use and collaborations.