This website uses cookies. By using the site you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy.



OVERVIEW

What is Recombinant Peptide (RCP)?

Fujifilm's recombinant peptide is 100% free from animal derived material, and bio-degradable and bio-absorbable. The recombinant peptide has realized a high reproducible quality with high grade purity

It is applicable as safe extracellular matrix for a variety of cells and it is suitable for regenerative medicines and a broad range of medical applications, such as cell culturing and drug delivery system by adjusting formulation and cross-linking technologies.

Cellnest™ recombinant peptide based on human collagen type I

Its design is based on human collagen type I (α I chain). This type of collagen exists in large quantities in organs such as dermis and bone tissue.


Advantage

  • High cellular adhesiveness
    The material is enriched with arginine-glycine-aspartate (RGD) sequences to enhance cell adhesion.
  • High safety and biocompatibility
    Cellnest is a non toxic sequence of human type I collagen and does not contain animal-derived ingredients (xeno-free product).
  • Biodegradable and bioabsorbable material
    This biodegradable and bioabsorbable material will not remain in the body.
  • Highly flexible formulation
    The recombinant peptide has an extremely uniform molecular weight distribution of approximately 51 kD and is flexible to formulate into various forms, such as sponges, porous particles and granules.
  • Stable manufacturing quality
    Cellnest is produced via a biotechnological yeast process and therefore has a high reproducible quality, leading to a reliable performance.


Reagent

0.1% Solution vol.:20ml

0.1% Solution vol.:20ml

Lyophilized vol.:100mg

Lyophilized vol.:100mg

Brochure

The origin of Recombinant Peptides (RCP)

origin image

Gelatin is a primary ingredient of thin light sensitive layers of photographic film. Originally Fujifilm developed a recombinant collagen for its photographic products to overcome the lot-to-lot variation of natural collagen. The quality variation of natural collagen has an impact on the properties of silver halide films.
Fujifilm later focused the development of recombinant peptides on medical needs such as regenerative medicines.

Fujifilm group's technologies

Fujifilm is known as the world’s largest photographic and imaging company. Many of Fujifilm’s new products find their roots in the company's original product, photographic film. However our activities nowadays extend over a much wider area. Using the experience and know-how from our imaging history, we have diversified into new markets such as cosmetics, medical devices and pharmaceutical products.

For more information about Fujifilm group technologies you can visit:
http://www.fujifilm.com/about/research/technologies/

Do you want more information? You can always contact us.

Japanese|English

  • Contact form
  • Please contact us for more information about the recombinant peptide biomaterial.