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How to Better Mimic Cell Physiology - NEW!
In February 2017 Baker Science Director Kara Held presented at the Inaugural Physiological Oxygen Workshop and Educational Initiative held at King's College London. The workshop which Baker helped to pioneer highlighted the importance of replicating physiological oxygen levels for standard in vitro culture models with cardiovascular cells.
Regulating Dissolved Oxygen Levels in Culture Media
Baker Ruskinn Global Sales Director Samir Patel and Science Director Deborah Thibodeaux presented a poster at the Society for Free Radical Biology and Medicine 2013 Annual meeting that relayed product quality and biological test results for HypoxyCOOL™.
The Effectiveness of HEPA Filters on DNA-Poster
It has been speculated that DNA may not be captured by HEPA filters, allowing for contamination of subsequent experiments by aerolized DNA. Here we propose to: 1. Determine if DNA is captured by a HEPA filter. 2. Discover if DNA can be dislodged from a HEPA filter. 3. Discern whether Type A2 BSCs will prevent DNA contamination.
Presentation - Importance of physiological oxygen levels for improved translation of cell physiology to animal models and man
This webcast is based on collaborative research between King’s College London and Baker - Ruskinn and partners BMG Labtech and Luxcel Biosciences. Prof Mann’s presentation focuses on the importance of defining ‘physiological normoxia’ for human endothelial cells cultured in vitro to recapitulate oxygen levels encountered in different vascular beds in vivo.
Does Heat Really Affect Protection? Poster Download
Heat sources in a Biosafety Cabinet Compromise Experimental and User Protection. Several heat sources were evaluated in two sizes of BSC, using smoke for airflow visualization, particle counting for air cleanliness, and aerosol microbiological testing to show containment.