cellscale Biomaterial Biaxial testing machine

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    CellScale's Biomaterial Biaxial testing machines are specialized equipment designed to evaluate the mechanical properties of soft tissues and biomaterials under multi-axial loading conditions. These testing machines provide insight into the behavior of materials under conditions that more closely mimic physiological states, making them invaluable for research in tissue engineering, biomechanics, and biomaterial development. The primary goal of this testing machine is to characterize the mechanical response of biomaterials and soft tissues when subjected to biaxial loads. Biaxial testing is crucial for understanding the anisotropic properties of many biological tissues, which have different mechanical properties in different directions. The samples are typically clamped at their edges and subjected to controlled displacements or loads in two orthogonal directions. Applications: -Tissue Engineering: For characterizing the mechanical properties of engineered tissues or scaffolds. -Biomechanics: To study the anisotropic mechanical properties of native tissues like blood vessels, heart valves, and skin. -Biomaterial Development: For evaluating new materials intended for biomedical applications. -Drug Development and Testing: Evaluating the effects of pharmaceutical compounds on the mechanical properties of tissues or cell constructs.


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