Metal fingerprinting in coronary heart disease for better diagnosis and treatment using a special oxygen-controlled workstation from Baker Ruskinn!
William G. Kaelin Jr, Sir Peter J. Ratcliffe and Gregg L. Semenza have been joinly awarded The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2019 "for their discoveries of how cells sense and adapt to oxygen availability." Announced Monday October 7 at 11.30 GMT.
The 5th in our series of workshops - a day for those interested in Physiological Normoxia for Cell Culture.
Baker’s portfolio of contamination control solutions can be found within many industries, for a wide variety of applications in research and clinical care. Explore the SafeGARD solutions brochure and consult your biosafety professional to understand what is right for you and your application.
Not all disinfectants are appropriate for all microorganisms you'd like to kill, and the same goes for the surface they are applied to. Here's a handy chart of commonly used cleaners and their compatibility with 304 and 316 Stainless Steel. As a rule of thumb, all chemicals rated B-D if used, should be followed up with a sterile rinse of a Category A chemical such as sterile water or alcohol to protect your steel.
Krista Rantanen, Ph.D., Baker's Director of Scientific Applications presenting in Rome.
Bianca and Praveen from Professor Stefanie Jeffery’s lab at the University of Stanford with their newly installed InvivO2 400 with Lumascope inside, all supplied by Baker.
Have you ever thought about the true craftsmanship that goes into every Baker cabinet manufactured in Sanford, Maine? Baker produced a video that gives a peek behind the “manufacturing” curtain to highlight the attention to detail put into each and every cabinet they deliver!
In January 2019, Samir Patel (Baker Ruskinn Sales Director) and Andrew Skinn (Director) attended the 5th Meeting in Current Trends in Hypoxia Research.
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