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Collaboration

Baker Ruskinn are proud to collaborate with Professor Giovanni E. Mann and Dr Richard CM Siow at King's College London to bring Physiological Oxygen to the forefront of the life science community. The state of the art facility, based in the heart of London at the cutting-edge research university, aims to bring together Baker Ruskinn's industry leading technologies with tomorrow's pioneers. Regular workshops invite industry leaders and students alike to experience all things Cell Culture.

Education

Experience hands on product training with Baker and gain an insight into the importance of replicating physiological oxygen levels for standard in vivo culture models with cardiovascular cells. Take part in lectures and keynotes led by experts Professor Giovanni E Mann and Dr Richard CM Siow, with over 25years of research expertise in the field of free radical biology.

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Events & Workshops

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5th Physiological Oxygen and Metallomics Training Workshop

King's College London, United Kingdom

The 5th in our series of workshops - a day for those interested in Physiological Normoxia for Cell Culture.

Nov 18 27

Previous Workshop/Event


4th Physiological Oxygen Training Workshop

King's College London, United Kingdom

The 4th in our series of workshops - a day for those interested in Physiological Normoxia for Cell Culture.

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Testimonials

"I use it almost every day, routinely. It’s a closed system, it’s easily accessible. You can perform everything on the bench inside the chamber, and it allows our research to easily progress. I feel Baker Ruskinn is a pioneer in this field of industry and research, and they’re paving the way to facilitate the accessibility of this research throughout the world."

Tom Keeley, PHD Student, Cardiovascular Division, Kings College London

"The InvivO2 product allows us to take endothelium cells from an environment that in non-physiological hypoxic into an environment that is physiological to manipulate the cells in a closed environment regulated by defined oxygen levels."

Giovanni E. Mann, Professor of Vascular Physiology, Kings College London

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