EXTRACELLULAR ACIDIFICATION AND CHANGES …

… in Bioimpedance of L929 cells

Meet us at the 8th World Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in Life Sciences


… In this work extracellular acidification was compared with changes in bioimpedance of L929 fibroblasts using the IMOLA-IVD technology which was developed in the group of Prof. B. Wolf at the Technische Universität München …

At the 2011 World Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in Life Sciences.

MOBILE BIOSENSOR FOR WATER QUALITY MONITORING

Meet us as the Africon 2011 to discuss the topic “Detection of oil in biotope water with a whole-cell biosensor system”.


Monitoring and maintaining the quality of water is important since it is one of the most important resources and the basis of all life. However, current methods are stationary or obsolete. The IMOLA system is able to measure the vitality of living cells online, marker free and in real time through a multiparametric microsensor chip. In combination with green algae as signal transducers it was elucidated how an emulsion of oil in water affects the vitality of the algae. It was shown that the system using the green algae Parachlorella kessleri as biosensor unit is suitable for mobile, online-detection of changes in water quality.

The latest advances are presented in a talk at the Africon 2011.

ISO CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE

cellasys has certified its quality management system by TÜV Süd referring the international standards ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 13485:2009


The scope of the certification includes Design and Development, Production, Distribution, Servicing and Installation of Cell-based Assays for In-vitro Diagnostic use as well as Design and Development, Production and distribution of Biochips for Cell Culture Techniques.

 

7. DEUTSCHES BIOSENSOR SYMPOSIUM

Poster “Detection of oil in biotope water with a whole-cell biosensor system” at the DBS2011.


Monitoring and maintaining the quality of water is important since it is one of the most important resources and the basis of all life. However, current methods are stationary or obsolete. The IMOLA system is able to measure the vitality of living cells online, marker free and in real time through a multiparametric microsensor chip. In combination with green algae as signal transducers it was elucidated how an emulsion of oil in water affects the vitality of the algae. It was shown that the system using the green algae Parachlorella kessleri as biosensor unit is suitable for mobile, online-detection of changes in water quality.

IMOLA-IVD …

… a cytosensor microphysiometer of the second generation.

Please visit us at the EUSAAT 2010 – ESTIV 2010 – Linz 2010


From 2nd to 4th of September the EUSAAT 2010 – ESTIV 2010 – Linz 2010 is held in Linz / Austria. cellasys contributes with a poster presentation (ID 161) entiteld “IMOLA-IVD, a cytosensor of the 2nd generation”.

HEINZ-NIXDORF SYMPOSIUM MUNICH

Electrochemical technology-platform for Live-cell-monitoring


cellasys GmbH is contributing the Heinz Nixdorf Symposium

“m³: microelectronic meets medicine; Bioelektronische Diagnose- und Therapiesysteme”

in October 12. – 13. 2010 with a booth and a lecture.

For further information see: www.lme.ei.tum.de/symposium.

ANALYTICA 2010

In 2010 cellasys presents its cell based assays again at the analytica in Munich.

PHENOTYPE ANALYSIS OF LIVING CELLS

World Congress Gene 2009


cellasys GmbH presents a talk entitled “Phenotype analysis of living cells” at the World Congress Gene 2009 in Foshan/China.

MICROFLUIDICS FOR CELLS

Tools for tissue engineering
Cell based assays for marker free monitoring of living cells.


cellasys GmbH presents at Tuesday 20th October during the workshop “Microfluidics for cells: Tools for tissue engineering” a talk entiteled “Cell based assays for marker free monitoring of living cells”.

Please click here to see the program.

CELLASYS GmbH AT THE MIKROSYSTEMTECHNIK-KONGRESS

Mikrosystemtechnik-Kongress 2009


Following posters are presented under contribution of cellasys GmbH at the MST-Kongress 2009 in Berlin:

# 3.18 Siliziumbasierte O2-FET Biosensoren für die zelluläre Diagnostik Y. Eminaga, M. Brischwein, H. Grothe, B. Wolf, Technische Universität München; J. Wiest, Innovationszentrum Medizinische Elektronik cellasys GmbH, München

# 3.19 pH-Messung mit iridiumoxidbeschichteten Mikroelektroden W. Wirths, M. Remm, H. Grothe, B. Wolf, Technische Universität München; J. Wiest, Innovationszentrum Medizinische Elektronik cellasys GmbH, München