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Baker Ruskinn at King’s College London - Replicating Physiological Oxygen Levels

09-03-2017

Baker Ruskinn at King’s College London - Replicating Physiological Oxygen Levels

On February 23rd the Inaugural Physiological Oxygen Workshop and Educational Initiative which Baker helped to pioneer, was held at King's College London.

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18-04-2016

Will vibration destroy my cell culture?

A hot new concept coming through the world of cell culture is the notion that the current “gold standard” method of culturing cells is good, but could be better.

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18-02-2016

Baker Ruskinn Solutions Now Available Through SciPro

Baker Ruskinn has exciting news for researchers conducting anaerobic and low-oxygen cell culture in North America.

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21-01-2016

Expanding Mesenchymal Stem Cells Using a Hypoxia Workstation

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.

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09-11-2015

Working With Lab Instruments Under Low Oxygen

When working with cells that require a low-oxygen atmosphere to thrive, it is important to create a continuously controlled environment to avoid oxidative stress.

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11-06-2015

Low-Oxygen Stem Cell Studies: Free E-Book

Once again, Baker Ruskinn has sponsored a free, interactive e-book on low-oxygen studies, this time focused on stem cell research. 

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26-11-2014

Low-Oxygen Cell Culture: Hypoxia Workstations

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.

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02-06-2014

Low-Oxygen Cell Culture: New Interactive E-Book Available

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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02-12-2013

Regulating Dissolved Oxygen Levels in Culture Media

The fundamentals for a good research model not only includes the environment under which cells are contained, but also the media in which cells are grown.

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26-10-2012

Hypoxia Cell Culture: Why a Tri-Gas Incubator Isn’t Enough

A recent article by Mary Kay Bates in American Laboratory is the latest to make a case for hypoxic cell culture, citing the difference in oxygen concentrations in the human body vs. the air we breathe, as well as the essential importance of hypoxia in cancer research.

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Cell Culture in a Hypoxia Chamber

21-09-2012

Cell Culture in a Hypoxia Chamber

Low-oxygen or hypoxia cell culture is a new, but growing, area. Interest in hypoxia has ballooned in the past decade due to its importance to the understanding of angiogenesis, tumorigenesis, stem cells, diabetes and the role of metabolism in both obesity and aging.

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