Scintica Instrumentation is happy to announce our new partnership with Poietis, manufacturer of the New Generation Bioprinting (NGB) system designed for translational research and regenerative medicine applications (NGB-R). We will introduce the NGB-R system and its applications over a 3 session webinar series. NOTE: Please ensure you register for each session in the series.
New Article: Heterogeneity and dynamics of active Kras-induced dysplastic lineages from mouse corpus stomach
Scientists out of Vanderbilt and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have established two separate organoid lines derived from active Kras-induced mouse stomach tissue. These organoid lines embody an in vitro system displaying characteristics of abnormal cells within the tissue known as dysplasia. The study published in Nature Communications provides further insights
Programmed death ligand 1 (PD-L1) is the principal ligand of the programmed death one (PD-1) receptor and is essential in the development of immune tolerance and prevention of autoimmunity. Unfortunately, PD-L1 is also expressed in many tumour types which is instrumental in allowing cancer cells to evade immune recognition. Immunohistochemistry may be used to
Overview: Dr. Lee will discuss how simultaneous PET and MR data acquisition using a fully integrated system, such as the SimPET-M7 simultaneous PET/MRI solution, can provide several advantages over sequential PET/CT for small animal imaging. He will also introduce the SimPET-M7 simultaneous PET/MRI solution for small animal imaging in this talk. Note: That
Externally nothing was altered. The HypoxyLab continues to be a well designed, compact, and ergonomically friendly hypoxia workstation perfect for any lab bench. All the changes themselves revolve around a complete redesign of the inner turret which houses the gas distribution system, temperature regulation, various sensors and HEPA filter. What does this mean for
(February 24, 2021) WEBINAR: Bispecific Antibody Inhalation Therapy for Redirecting Stem Cells from the Lungs to Repair Heart Injury
Overview: Learning Objectives: PT-BsAbs can treat cardiovascular diseases PT-BsAbs redirect HSCs via pulmonary blood circulation to the heart Hematopoietic stem cells from the lungs can be used to treat heart injury Inhalation of PT-BsAbs had more therapeutic benefits than intravenous injection On Demand Slide Deck Q & A
Overview: Watch this webinar to learn more about a state-of-the-art, one-of-a-kind, disruptive 4D bioprinting technology from Poietis. Focusing on a cytocentric approach, tissues grow in a more natural environment, leading to proper morphogenesis and predictable biological processes, including cell differentiation, migration, multiplication, and metabolic processes. On Demand Slide Deck Q & A
(March 11, 2021) Session 2: A Detailed Review of 4D Bioprinting Applications using the NGB-R System from Poietis
Overview: In this second session of the series, we will take a deeper look into specific 4D bioprinting applications and examples using the next generation bioprinting (NGB-R) system from Poietis. As a review, the NGB-R system provides disruptive 4D bioprinting technology including laser-assisted bioprinting – focusing on the cytocentric approach to printing which
(March 18, 2021) WEBINAR: How can (fluorescent) live-cell imaging be used for cell viability analysis?
Overview: In this free webinar, CytoSMART has partnered with prominent labs from academia to facilitate an open discussion about the use of live-cell imaging for viability analysis. We will be covering: The use of both brightfield and fluorescent live-cell imaging to analyze the effect of a treatment on cell viability. How cell viability
(March 30, 2021) Session 3: NGB-R Workflow, Hands-On Hardware and Software Demonstration from the Users Perspective
Overview: In this third and final session of the series, we will take an in depth look at the NGB-R workflow from the user’s perspective. As a review, the NGB-R system provides disruptive 4D bioprinting technology including laser-assisted bioprinting – focusing on the cytocentric approach to printing which allows tissues to grow in