Molecular oxygen is vital for the growth and development of most organisms. Mammals themselves, have evolved a complex functional network to maintain oxygen homeostasis at the tissue level that involves the capture, binding, transport, and delivery of molecular oxygen. Hypoxia and physoxia research encompasses a broad range of disciplines examining the molecular and physiological mechanisms in normal development, pathological conditions, and cancer.

InvivO2

Our InvivO2 workstation is packed with new, innovative features that allow you to study even the most complex cell interactions under perfect physiological oxygen conditions.

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SCI-Tive

The SCI-tive range of advanced physiological workstations are designed to mimic ‘in-vivo’ conditions providing a continuous cell culture environment which eliminates cellular stress linked to variations in temperature, pH and oxidation.

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Small Animal Hypoxia Chamber

VelO2x

Ideal for animal research models, the VelO2x system was created to provide controlled and isolated environments. By simulating the conditions experienced within a diseased state, VelO2x allows Researchers to better understand the impact that O2 levels have across various conditions.

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