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Orthopaedic / Musculoskeletal

BioSpherix’s cell chambers can be used in musculoskeletal and orthopaedic research, including the applications below:

  • simulate musculoskeletal tissue O2 levels
  • model pathologic hypoxia conditions
  • increase MSC expansion
  • generate appropriate cellular phenotype
  • enhance chondrogenic differentiation
  • enhance osteogenic differentiation
  • enhance myogenic differentiation
  • enhance tenogenic differentiation

Cell Equipment

ProOx C21 & C-Chamber

Cell Research – physiologic oxygen chamber, hypoxia chamber with static control of O2 and CO2ProOx C21 & C-Chamber


OxyCycler C42 & C-Chamber

Cell Research – physiologic oxygen chamber(s), hypoxia chamber(s) with dynamic control of O2 and CO2OxyCycler C42 & C-Chamber


Xvivo System

Cell Research – physiologic oxygen incubator and hood system, hypoxia workstation, hypoxia glove box with independently programmable control of O2, CO2, and Temperature in one (or more) modular incubator chamber(s) and/or cell handling chamber(s) – Xvivo System

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Lab References


Orthopedic Research at University of Alberta

Musculoskeletal Research at University of Virginia