Please visit our poster “EpiIntestinal on a Chip: Label-free Microphysiometry” at the Advances in Cell and Tissue Culture 2018 at the School of Biosciences / Cardiff University. Abstract: Microphysiometry showed to be a useful tool to monitor the energy metabolism of living cells and its interaction with living cells. In the past the technique […]
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Microphysiometry Time-resolved monitoring of metabolic activities in vitro (microphysiometry) is necessary to study the dynamic regulations of core biochemical pathways in cellular disease models. Following a brief review of recent developments in the field, this contribution presents the most important branches of current sensor-based methods of microphysiometry. The primary parameters assessed by microphysiometry are extracellular […]
cellasys will not have a booth at this years analytica in Munich … However, you are welcome to visit our microphysiometric systems in our facilities in Munich – Schwabing during analytica 2018. Please arrange your visit via email@example.com.
You are welcome to visit our presentation at LOPEC 2018: Low-cost biosensors with printed interdigitated graphene electrodes Thomas Velten1, Thorsten Knoll1, Axel Brenner1 Anke Schultz1, Joachim Wiest2, Renate Warmers3, Gerald Jenke3, Anna Zumbülte3, Andreas Urban4, Kris Seunarine5 1Fraunhofer-Institute for Biomedical Engineering, 2cellasys GmbH, 3Saueressig GmbH + Co. KG, 4AiCuris Anti-infective Cures GmbH, 5Haydale Limited Cell-based assays are of enormous […]
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