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Enhance Your Research Capabilities with Our Technical Resources

At Cell Spinpod LLC, we provide you with technical resources that drive innovation in biomedical research. Check out some of the helpful resources below to learn more.

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Mastering the Mechanics: How Do Spinpods Work?

Cartoon Of How Spinpods Work

Particles sediment under the influence of gravity but are continuously brought back up into suspension as the vessel slowly spins, balancing gravity with physiologic, laminar, low-level fluid shear stress uniformly throughout the vessel.


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Spheroids and 3D Culture: The Future of Drug Toxicity Testing

Spinpods improve drug toxicity testing by creating hepatocyte spheroids in a 3D rotating suspension culture. Hepatic and renal cells preserved metabolic pathways for weeks in 3D suspension culture, unlike 2D cultures.

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Hepatic spheroids in a spinpod.

Zebrafish Embryos in a Spinpod: Limitless Possibilities

If it can pass through a 16-gauge needle, you can load it in our spinpod. Improve your research with zebrafish embryo experimentation using our advanced spinpods.

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Zebrafish embryos in a spinpod.

Plants in simulated microgravity

Root development of Arabidopsis seeds rotating in a spinpod differed from seeds in static upright spinpods. Under simulated microgravity, roots grew parallel to the agar and vertically through the air.

Under static conditions, there was a single root directed downwards (roots indicated with blue arrowheads).

Renal cells on carrier bead in a spinpod.



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FITC dye

In Situ Microscopy and Assays: The Power of Real-Time Observations

Perform microscopy and assays in situ monitoring processes in real time without a need to remove cells from the spinpod. A single culture can be sampled serially in situ or aliquots removed, if desired.

Uptake of FITC Albumin: A Glimpse into Renal Cell Behavior

With our spinpods, we study and understand renal cells’ uptake of FITC albumin under rotating conditions. Such innovative resources confirm our commitment to bringing about transformational change in biomedical research.

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FITC albumin uptake assay in rotating spinpods.

What Can Grow in a Spinpod?

¤ Spheroids
¤ Stem Cells
¤ Cells in Suspension
¤ Cells Adherent to Carrier Beads
¤ Zebrafish Embryos
¤ Microbes
¤ Plants
¤ Algae
¤ Crystals