For research use only. Not for human use.
Lyophilized human bone-derived gelatin. Gelatin is a
heterogeneous mixture of water-soluble proteins with high
average molecular masses. Gelatin proteins are derived by
denaturing collagen-rich tissue in water. The mechanical
properties of gelatin, such as gel stiffness and
compressibility, are related to the average molecular weight
of the gelatin proteins and characterized by its Bloom
number. Huma OsteoGelatin is the first and only human
gelatin in the market derived from bone at Bloom numbers
between 90-300 g to meet translation research and
regenerative therapies needs. It is ideal for coating tissue
culture surfaces with a thin layer of gelatin to support rapid
cell attachment and growth or for bioink preparation. This
biomaterial can be combined with other human-derived
biomaterials, such as HumaDerm, to make completely
human-derived tissue engineered composites. This product is
also offered in its methacrylated form, Huma OsteoGelMA,
having the ability to be photocrosslinked to generate tunable
3D hydrogels with 3D bioprinting, 3D culturing, and many
other tissue engineering applications.
Huma OsteoGelatin is extracted and purified from human
bone sourced strictly from American Association of Tissue
Banks (AATB) accredited and FDA registered tissue banks
and organ procurement organizations (OPOs). All
Humabiologic’s biomaterials are obtained from tissue
partners who comply with requirements for transplantable
human tissues under 21 CFR 1271 of the U.S. Food and
Drug Administration (FDA).
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