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Application Note: Physoxic Cell Culture – Yes or No?

Physoxic Cell Culture - Yes or No? Download PDF Here Oxygen is a fundamental factor for most life forms. For life science researchers, O2 is an electron acceptor, a highly reactive molecule that is essential for life and a molecule that affects every single event and reaction in biology. Ambient oxygen is most often

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Increasing Cell Adherence with a Hypoxia Workstation

Increasing Cell Adherence with a Hypoxia Workstation Download PDF Here Abstract A major criticism of all-in-one workstations (sometimes known as incubated workstations or incubated glove boxes) overusing traditional incubators and biosafety cabinets for cell culture is that exposure to excessive vibration will affect cell growth and adhesion. Here we tested the cells’ capabilities to

By |2022-09-28T16:51:58-04:00September 8th, 2022|Categories: Articles, Hypoxia, In Vitro/Ex Vivo, Molecular, Tissue Culture|Tags: |Comments Off on Increasing Cell Adherence with a Hypoxia Workstation

Application Note: Analysis of BacMam Transduced HeLa Cells with High-Throughput Live-Cell Imaging

Analysis of BacMam Transduced Hela Cells with High-Throughput Live-Cell Imaging Download PDF Here Key Findings: BacMam transduction of mammalian cells was optimized using the CytoSMART Omni FL. The transduction efficiency was affected by the virus concentration, cell density, and incubation time. BacMam transduction reduced the proliferation of HeLa cells in a dose-dependent manner. The

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KNIME and CytoSMART Case Study: Automated Spheroid Imaging and Analysis

KNIME and CytoSMART Case Study: Automated Spheroid Imaging and Analysis Download Document Here Spheroids are 3D cell aggregates that better recapitulate the physiological microenvironment as compared to 2D cell culture systems. This makes spheroids useful for various disease models, including cancer. The model that more closely resembles the in vivo cell environment enables better

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(May 10, 2022) Webinar: Different Modalities to Study Mechanisms of Hemorrhagic Stroke in A Rat Model

Overview: Hemorrhagic stroke occurrence is functionally partially based on the diet, underlying disease states, nutritional availability, and potential presence of chronic inflammatory disease. Dr. Noriko discussed the potential mechanisms of cerebrovascular dysfunction that lead to hemorrhagic stroke, potential physiological alterations, and possible methods of treatment in preclinical studies. The webinar investigated these questions

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