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  • Video Testimonial - Violaine See
    Spiral Plating Lab Automation Tissue Culture Systems Rapid Methods Sample Preparation Media Preparation Colony Counting Autoclaving Environmental Monitoring Anaerobic Jar System General Laboratory Products Consumables Accessories Service Accreditation Service Accreditation UKAS Calibration Validation Contract Laboratory About Us About Us Certificates Testimonials Export Sales History Products Services Overseas Distributors Exhibitions Equipment Rental Example Join the Team Workstation Poster Grant Corporate Literature Practical and Clinical Microbiology of Anaerobes Leeds University Microbiology Prize Posters Refurbished Equipment Secure Login Contact Us 44 0 1274 595728 sales dwscientific co uk Follow Don Whitley Scientific Video Testimonial Violaine See Back to Testimonials Date 2016 01 08 Why is it important to be able to culture cells in low oxygen In this video renowned cell biologist Dr Violaine See University of Liverpool details some of her recent work and explains the significance of a hypoxic environment in determining her results Dr See s research focuses on hypoxia signalling especially on the important role of hypoxia inducible factor timing to control cell fate and drug resistance Dr See in the video below has used a Whitley H35 Hypoxystation for the past six years and said of the machine We are very happy with it because it is reliable

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  • Video Testimonial - Karen Wright
    University Microbiology Prize Posters Refurbished Equipment Secure Login Home Products Products Whitley Anaerobic Workstations Whitley Hypoxic Workstations Whitley HEPA Workstations Whitley Instrument Workstations Whitley Microaerophilic Workstations Spiral Plating Lab Automation Tissue Culture Systems Rapid Methods Sample Preparation Media Preparation Colony Counting Autoclaving Environmental Monitoring Anaerobic Jar System General Laboratory Products Consumables Accessories Service Accreditation Service Accreditation UKAS Calibration Validation Contract Laboratory About Us About Us Certificates Testimonials Export Sales History Products Services Overseas Distributors Exhibitions Equipment Rental Example Join the Team Workstation Poster Grant Corporate Literature Practical and Clinical Microbiology of Anaerobes Leeds University Microbiology Prize Posters Refurbished Equipment Secure Login Contact Us 44 0 1274 595728 sales dwscientific co uk Follow Don Whitley Scientific Video Testimonial Karen Wright Back to Testimonials Date 2016 01 08 In this video testimonial Dr Karen Wright of Lancaster University speaks about her work with a H35 Hypoxystation Dr Karen Wright s research uses this piece of equipment in the Cell Culture laboratory at Lancaster University to expedite a component of her research namely culturing human gut cells at low physiological levels of oxygen Products Whitley Anaerobic Workstations Whitley Hypoxic Workstations Whitley HEPA Workstations Whitley Instrument Workstations Whitley Microaerophilic Workstations Spiral Plating Lab Automation

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  • Video Testimonial - Ayse Latif
    Prize Posters Refurbished Equipment Secure Login Home Products Products Whitley Anaerobic Workstations Whitley Hypoxic Workstations Whitley HEPA Workstations Whitley Instrument Workstations Whitley Microaerophilic Workstations Spiral Plating Lab Automation Tissue Culture Systems Rapid Methods Sample Preparation Media Preparation Colony Counting Autoclaving Environmental Monitoring Anaerobic Jar System General Laboratory Products Consumables Accessories Service Accreditation Service Accreditation UKAS Calibration Validation Contract Laboratory About Us About Us Certificates Testimonials Export Sales History Products Services Overseas Distributors Exhibitions Equipment Rental Example Join the Team Workstation Poster Grant Corporate Literature Practical and Clinical Microbiology of Anaerobes Leeds University Microbiology Prize Posters Refurbished Equipment Secure Login Contact Us 44 0 1274 595728 sales dwscientific co uk Follow Don Whitley Scientific Video Testimonial Ayse Latif Back to Testimonials Date 2016 01 08 Dr Ayse Latif Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences University of Manchester talks about her groups use of a combined H35 HEPA Hypoxystation and i2 Instument Workstation Dr Latif and her group use their combined oxygen controlled cell culture handling system in conjunction with a Seahorse Biosciences XF Analyser to analyse the metabolism of gynaecological cancer cells under hypoxia The H35 Hypoxystation allows uninterrupted low oxygen cell culture and once ready cultures are passed through the Whitley Transfer Tunnel and into the i2 Instrument Workstation ensuring the cultures are never transiently exposed to atmospheric oxygen The i2 Workstation has been designed specifically around Seahorse Analysers to allow housing under low oxygen in an absence of carbon dioxide and at a manufacturer recommended operating temperature The i2 also has a built in low oxygen carbon dioxide free incubator to allow incubation of samples at a user defined temperature during media equilibration pre analysis Application notes on this work click here Products Whitley Anaerobic Workstations Whitley Hypoxic Workstations Whitley HEPA Workstations Whitley Instrument Workstations Whitley Microaerophilic Workstations Spiral

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  • News | Don Whitley Scientific Archive -
    and Hannele Ruohola Baker of the University of Washington talk about the role of hypoxia factors in the reprogramming of somatic cells We believe our commitment to providing the most reliable precise and robust equipment for physiological cell culture helps our users to carry out their research and we are happy to be a small part of that Whitley Hypoxystations create an in vivo environment for cell culture and manipulation for the duration of the incubation including functional studies at low oxygen If you want to check back into the webinar the on demand version is available here The Cell Press nucleus comprising selected papers on cancer inflammation stem cells and neural development offers valuable insights into hypoxia as it relates to function and disease too Tweet Visit HypOxygen at the AACR Meeting in San Diego Posted on January 6th 2016 by Alex Rhodes Categories Exhibitions Hypoxystations News Overseas Exhibitions No Comments Tags AACR American Association for Cancer Research Don Whitley Scientific HypOxygen Hypoxystation San Diego One of our US distributors HypOxygen are soon to be exhibiting at the American Association for Cancer Research event Function of Tumor Microenvironment in Cancer Progression in San Diego California between the 7th and 10th of January At the meeting HypOxygen will be on hand to discuss how working within the hypoxic microenvironment provided by a Whitley Hypoxystation is greatly beneficial to this area of work The statement from HypOxygen below expresses this The hypoxic microenvironment is a characteristic feature of many solid tumors and the very low level of oxygenation there dramatically influences the Hallmarks of Cancer from reprogramming energy metabolism through sustained angiogenesis to evasion of the immune response And as our Hypoxystation users are showing research into signaling pathways cancer progression and therapy resistance consistently benefits from the use of a closed hypoxia workstation for physiological cell culture The Hypoxystation creates conditions that mimic the cellular microenvironment with regard to oxygen tension temperature and humidity To see what our users are doing in Hypoxia Applications in Cancer Research click here Also Violaine See of the University of Liverpool describes her work using the Hypoxystation in Cellular memory of hypoxia elicits neuroblastoma metastasis and enables invasion by non aggressive neighbouring cells published in Oncogenesis 4 2015 which you can find on the DWS website here Ayse Latif University of Manchester has carried out metabolism studies of gynecological cancer cells with the Seahorse XFe Analyzer have a look here HypOxygen hope to see you at the AACR Function of Tumor Microenvironment in Cancer Progression meeting in San Diego between 7 10 January HypOxygen will be showing the Hypoxystation for low oxygen cell culture and would love to tell you more about its benefits If you cant make it to the conference visit HypOxygen online at http www hypoxygen com for US customers or www dwscientific co uk for UK customers Tweet Practical and Clinical Microbiology of Anaerobes Course 2016 Posted on January 4th 2016 by Deborah Robinson Categories Anaerobic News Press Releases No Comments Tags Anaerobic Bacteriology Anaerobic Microbiology Clinical Microbiology Guide Don Whitley Scientific Identifying Clinical Anaerobes The Society for Anaerobic Microbiology proudly presents A 2 day residential course delivered by the UK Anaerobe Reference Unit Public Health Wales Cardiff 9 10 June 2016 Is it time to refresh your knowledge on culturing identification and the clinical importance of anaerobes Are your staff wanting to learn from experts about the latest technologies and techniques Only 20 places available CPD accreditated by RCPath Invaluable preparation for FRCPath Cost 350 VAT 330 VAT for SAM members Cost includes one night accommodation at the Park Plaza Hotel Cardiff and all meals refreshments plus dinner on 9th June Aims of the Course To promote an understanding and awareness of anaerobic bacteria in clinical material To gain an insight into their relevance in clinical microbiology To achieve a basic level of competence in methods used for their isolation and identification To improve the standards of anaerobic microbiology in clinical laboratories Preliminary Programme Thursday 9 June 09 15 09 45 Registration and Coffee 09 45 10 00 Welcome and Introduction 10 00 12 30 Session 1 Back to basics ID susceptibility testing hot topics 12 30 13 30 Lunch 14 00 17 00 Practical Laboratory Session 19 30 for 20 00 Dinner and Quiz Friday 10 June 09 00 12 30 Clinical Case Histories 12 30 13 30 Lunch 14 00 16 00 Practical Laboratory Session 16 00 16 30 Course Review and Departure To reserve your place on the Practical and Clinical Microbiology of Anaerobes 2016 course please contact Deborah Robinson at Don Whitley Scientific Limited on 01274 595728 or Email sales dwscientific co uk Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis Payment accepted by cheque please make payable to Don Whitley Scientific Limited and Visa or Mastercard Sponsored by Don Whitley Scientific Limited Tweet Tuttnauer Laboratory Autoclaves Posted on January 4th 2016 by Alex Rhodes Categories Anaerobic Hypoxystations News Press Releases No Comments Tags autoclaving Don Whitley Scientific Tuttnauer Tuttnauer Autoclaves Don Whitley Scientific is pleased to announce that they have entered into an agreement to distribute the high quality range of laboratory autoclaves manufactured by Tuttnauer Tuttnauer Laboratory autoclaves are designed to a high quality standard providing repeatable performance for a range of applications in the modern laboratory To make sure successful sterilisation is achieved the autoclaves feature a range of options which can be added and configured to the user s specification Tuttnauer have 90 years experience in sterilisation and infection control They have a history of working with leading research institutes and universities on large scale projects with the aim of developing the most advanced technologies possible These collaborations enable Tuttnauer to stay ahead of the field and deliver the most cutting edge technologies and methods Tuttnauer also pride themselves on long standing international relationships with customers and distributors which span many decades and distances Tuttnauer have built a reputation on the level of commitment and trust provided Our

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  • Video Testimonial - Michael Cross
    Methods Sample Preparation Media Preparation Colony Counting Autoclaving Environmental Monitoring Anaerobic Jar System General Laboratory Products Consumables Accessories Service Accreditation Service Accreditation UKAS Calibration Validation Contract Laboratory About Us About Us Certificates Testimonials Export Sales History Products Services Overseas Distributors Exhibitions Equipment Rental Example Join the Team Workstation Poster Grant Corporate Literature Practical and Clinical Microbiology of Anaerobes Leeds University Microbiology Prize Posters Refurbished Equipment Secure Login Contact Us 44 0 1274 595728 sales dwscientific co uk Follow Don Whitley Scientific Video Testimonial Michael Cross Back to Testimonials Date 2016 01 07 Dr Michael Cross Molecular and Clinical Pharmacology Department University of Liverpool talks about his groups use of a H35 HEPA Hypoxystation Dr Cross and his group use their workstation to test cardiovascular drug toxicity in a cardiac spheroid model under physiologically relevant oxygen tensions and also periods of extreme hypoxia ischemia As well as the importance of oxygen control in making tests physiologically relevant the internal Whitley HEPA Filtration System is extremely important in keeping the working incubation space sterile as these tests are unsuitable for antibiotic culture media supplementation Dr Cross also mentions how his group make use of the automated oxygen profiling option to automatically induce

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  • Gioblastoma Study with Hypoxystation
    Workstations Whitley Microaerophilic Workstations Spiral Plating Lab Automation Tissue Culture Systems Rapid Methods Sample Preparation Media Preparation Colony Counting Autoclaving Environmental Monitoring Anaerobic Jar System General Laboratory Products Consumables Accessories Service Accreditation Service Accreditation UKAS Calibration Validation Contract Laboratory About Us About Us Certificates Testimonials Export Sales History Products Services Overseas Distributors Exhibitions Equipment Rental Example Join the Team Workstation Poster Grant Corporate Literature Practical and Clinical Microbiology of Anaerobes Leeds University Microbiology Prize Posters Refurbished Equipment Secure Login Contact Us 44 0 1274 595728 sales dwscientific co uk Follow Don Whitley Scientific Gioblastoma Study with Hypoxystation Back to Testimonials Date 2015 06 02 We study glioblastoma where the hypoxic niche is the home for radiation resistant glioma stem like cells that are the likely cause for relapse Most researchers don t have access to an hypoxia workstation so the ambient oxygen most people use is absolutely not normal Our typical experiments last for 3 5 days and we would always have our cells in the HypOxystation If any sort of oxygen response is expected in our experiments we incubate within the workstation We have had the Hypoxystation for 3 years and the oxygen level stays very stable Biplab Dasgupta

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  • When an incubator won't do
    Monitoring Anaerobic Jar System General Laboratory Products Consumables Accessories Service Accreditation Service Accreditation UKAS Calibration Validation Contract Laboratory About Us About Us Certificates Testimonials Export Sales History Products Services Overseas Distributors Exhibitions Equipment Rental Example Join the Team Workstation Poster Grant Corporate Literature Practical and Clinical Microbiology of Anaerobes Leeds University Microbiology Prize Posters Refurbished Equipment Secure Login Contact Us 44 0 1274 595728 sales dwscientific co uk Follow Don Whitley Scientific When an incubator won t do Back to Testimonials Date 2015 06 02 We perform various assays while the cells are in the workstation to assess cell death apoptosis migration there are a lot of aspects where we need to collect images over time at low oxygen An incubator just isn t suitable for that because whenever the door is opened the oxygen concentration changes dramatically and the cells will go through waves of deoxygenation and oxygenation Even if temperature and humidity and ph changes are definitely an issue in incubators as cells are taken in and out I think the oxygen level is really the most crucial The continuous hypoxia we achieve in the workstation is a prerequisite for studies with hypoxia activated drugs used in cancer

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  • Uninterrupted, stable hypoxia
    Whitley Instrument Workstations Whitley Microaerophilic Workstations Spiral Plating Lab Automation Tissue Culture Systems Rapid Methods Sample Preparation Media Preparation Colony Counting Autoclaving Environmental Monitoring Anaerobic Jar System General Laboratory Products Consumables Accessories Service Accreditation Service Accreditation UKAS Calibration Validation Contract Laboratory About Us About Us Certificates Testimonials Export Sales History Products Services Overseas Distributors Exhibitions Equipment Rental Example Join the Team Workstation Poster Grant Corporate Literature Practical and Clinical Microbiology of Anaerobes Leeds University Microbiology Prize Posters Refurbished Equipment Secure Login Contact Us 44 0 1274 595728 sales dwscientific co uk Follow Don Whitley Scientific Uninterrupted stable hypoxia Back to Testimonials Date 2015 06 02 The Hypoxystation allows us to keep the trophoblast cells at their physiological oxygen instead of at the hyperoxia that ambient air would represent The advantage of having them in the workstation as compared to an incubator is the uninterrupted stable hypoxia they experience We appreciate the total stability of the atmosphere inside the chamber That stability of the oxygen level is essential to having reproducible parameters which induce the pre eclampsia proteome I love the Hypoxystation I call it my third baby It s so easy I love working with it Caitlin Linscheid Kansas City

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