RESIPHER devices utilize proprietary high-resolution micro oxygen sensors to characterize oxygen consumption and the oxygen environment in cell culture. The RESIPHER is a handheld device that rests on top of a plate in the incubator or workstation.
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SCI-tive is a physiologically relevant, protected and controlled environment workstation for researchers that need a bit more space that can be, if desired, expanded to a multi-chamber GMP-level controlled system.
January 19—23, 2020. Keystone Resort • Keystone, CO USA
Hypoxia: Molecules, Mechanisms and Disease (A3)
SFRR-Europe congratulate Sir Peter Ratcliffe, recipient of the SFRR-Europe Annual Award at the SFFR-International meeting held in Lisboa in 2018, on the 2019 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine. Sir Peter shares the award with Gregg Semenza (SFRBM 2017 discovery award recipient) and William Kaelin, for their work on decoding how cells sense and respond to oxygen levels. Learn More.
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.
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.
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