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.
In January 2019, Samir Patel (Baker Ruskinn Sales Director) and Andrew Skinn (Director) attended the 5th Meeting in Current Trends in Hypoxia Research.
A successful CondoCell training session.
On February 23rd the Inaugural Physiological Oxygen Workshop and Educational Initiative which Baker helped to pioneer, was held at King's College London.
In this video, Prof. Nicholas Forsyth, Associate Director of the Institute of Science and Technology at Keele University in the UK, discusses how the use of a hypoxia workstation helped his team to develop a more efficient method of expanding mesenchymal stem cells for potential therapeutic use.
Cell and translational research often involves complex incubations and manipulations that require precise physiological low-oxygen conditions. For these specialized applications, a hypoxia workstation provides a continuous, controlled environment.
There’s a new resource available for those who want to learn more about methods for growing tissue and cells under low-oxygen conditions (hypoxia).
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