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  • Don Whitley Scientific visit Arab Health 2016
    the exhibition Don Whitley Scientific were displaying the Whitley Jar Gassing System and A35 Anaerobic Workstation Both of these products are examples of the innovation Don Whitley Scientific has provided to the field of microbiology Don Whitley Scientific representatives Steve Robertson and Joe Walton were on hand to explain and demonstrate these products to the exhibition delegates His Highness Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Deputy Ruler of Dubai and UAE Minister of Finance officially inaugurated the 41st Arab Health Exihibition The event runs for four days and attracts some of the biggest names from the healthcare industry as they bid to attract potential customers and distributors A full programme of conferences featuring fantastic speakers was also arranged for the four day event It also continues to be a popular spot for UK companies with over 200 UK companies exhibiting within the UK pavilion The A35 Whitley Workstation on the Don Whitley Scientific stand at Medlab is the industry leading workstation designed to create an anaerobic environment in which to culture incubate and monitor samples The workstation features the unique Instant Access Porthole system which makes regular entering and exiting of the workstation far more convenient than traditional sleeved access Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment Search the Blog Search for Search Categories Anaerobic Australia Case Study Exhibitions Germany Hypoxystations News Overseas Exhibitions Press Releases Useful Links Recent Posts Liverpool Mini Exhibition A crucial update for Dr Rob Fagan at The University of Sheffield Don Whitley Scientific visit Arab Health 2016 Hypoxic Microenvironments Cell Press Nucleus Visit HypOxygen at the AACR Meeting in San Diego Archives February 2016 January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March

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  • Exhibitions | Don Whitley Scientific Archive -
    the Don Whitley Scientific stand at the exhibition The first of these was the H35 Whitley Hypoxystation This workstation is designed to create and control specific sustainable and physiologically relevant environments These conditions allow the manipulation of cells in situ whilst maintaining the desired environment The H35 has a rapid internal airlock system as well as a touch screen interface this makes controlling and monitoring the workstation conditions simple and straightforward Also at the Don Whitley Scientific stand was the TC 3 Bioreactor by Ebers a mechanical stimulation device in which a range of tissues and samples can be tested Another product that featured on the stand was the Hidex Sense by LabLogic a compact microplate reader that combines a number of measurements in one unit The modest size of the reader means it easily fits into a Whitley Hypoxystation Samples can be transferred to the device without any environmental changes being applied to the sample The event was held at the Manchester Conference Centre in association with the University of Manchester It was a well attended event with some fantastic posters on display and also some great oral presentations It offered a fantastic opportunity for Don Whitley Scientific to engage with scientists working with mesenchymal stem cells Tweet Don Whitley Scientific at WMA Winter Meeting Posted on December 1st 2015 by Alex Rhodes Categories Exhibitions News No Comments Tags Don Whitley Scientific ProtoCOL 3 Whitley Jar Gassing System Winter Meeting WMA Representatives from Don Whitley Scientific recently exhibited at the WMA Welsh Microbiological Association Winter Meeting The WMA was formed in 1977 and aims to advance the study of microbiology in Wales by facilitating education and communication This year s programme had speakers from various areas of microbiology however the WMA pointed out that there were fantastic presentations from experts in the field of Cystic Fibrosis from within Wales and further afield There were prizes given for the posters on display the case presentations and also for the young investigator session The breaks for drinks and meals gave delegates a fantastic chance to network with each other and also the exhibitors such as Don Whitley Scientific On the Don Whitley stand at this years WMA Winter Meeting was the ProtoCOL 3 with software that is able to quickly and efficiently assess the size of zones around antibiotic discs to predict antibiotic resistance levels working alongside a EUCAST database to provide accurate results The Whitley Jar Gassing System was also on the stand Pictured below is Stuart Moore and Joe Walton from Don Whitley Scientific Tweet HypOxygen at Society for Redox Biology and Medicine Posted on November 18th 2015 by Alex Rhodes Categories Exhibitions Hypoxystations News Overseas Exhibitions No Comments Tags BlueBlink HypOxygen i2 Workstation SFRBM The Society for Redox Biology and Medicine s Annual Meeting SFRBM 2015 has long been the premier venue for cutting edge research in all aspects of redox biology featuring the latest technologies and applications in basic and translational research HypOxygen our US distributor will be at the meeting exhibiting a Whitley i2 Instrument Workstation as well as the BlueBlink optical oxygen sensor Please visit the HypOxygen exhibit at the 22nd Annual Meeting of the SFRBM in Boston USA from 18 23 November They will be happy to discuss low oxygen applications that interest you For more information on SFRBM click here Tweet Don Whitley Scientific at Medica 2015 Posted on November 17th 2015 by Alex Rhodes Categories Exhibitions Germany Hypoxystations News Overseas Exhibitions Press Releases No Comments Tags Don Whitley Scientific H35 Hypoxystation Medica Medica 2015 Whitley Spiral Plater Held in Düsseldorf MEDICA is the world s largest medical marketplace Don Whitley Scientific are currently attending this international trade fair exhibiting the latest innovations in microbiology and cell culture The fair is a great chance for people from around the world to see Don Whitley Scientific products On display is the Whitley H35 Hypoxystation a workstation designed to produce physiologically relevant conditions for a range of applications Also on show is the Whitley Spiral Plater which eliminates the need for serial dilutions Don Whitley Scientific are constantly developing partnerships with distributors around the world and trade fairs like MEDICA offer a fantastic chance to find new distributors and build upon existing relationships If you want to learn more about Don Whitley Scientific and are interested in becoming a Don Whitley Scientific distributor come to stand D10 in Hall 1 on the British Pavilion organised by GAMBICA at MEDICA from now until 19th November Steve Robertson at the Don Whitley Scientific stand Tweet Don Whitley Scientific attend IBMS Posted on October 6th 2015 by Alex Rhodes Categories Exhibitions News Press Releases No Comments Tags A35 workstation Don Whitley Scientific IBMS WASPLab Don Whitley Scientific once again attended the Institute of Biomedical Science s bi annual conference exhibiting products including the WASPLab manufactured by Copan Italia SPA Held at the ICC in Birmingham the IBMS Congress is perhaps the most important meeting for the clinical audience Standing alongside companies such as Leica Olympus and CellPath Don Whitley Scientific attended IBMS to promote equipment and services specifically designed for the clinical field Representatives from Copan joined Don Whitley Scientific on the exhibition stand with whom they work with to distribute install and integrate products in the UK WASPLab is a robotic machine that could lead to huge advances in microbiology WASPLab which stands for Walk Away Specimen Processor Lab moves samples from front end processing to full specimen management automated incubation and digital microbiology and visitors to the stand at IBMS could get up close and see these processes in action Featured on the Don Whitley Scientific stand was a Whitley A35 Workstation as well as a ProtoCOL 3 colony counter and zone measurer The Whitley A35 Workstation drew lots of attention from passers by An important element of clinical lab work is the ability to incubate samples quickly and efficiently With the patented Instant Access Porthole and rapid airlock system on the A35 providing a fantastic

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  • Hypoxystations | Don Whitley Scientific Archive -
    http www hypoxygen com for US customers or www dwscientific co uk for UK customers 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 position as markets shapers is based on years of experience and technology leadership but our true pride comes from the strong bond of trust we create with our customers building a mutually successful future Ran Tuttnauer CEO As mentioned Tuttnauer equip their autoclave range with state of the art technology R PC R Remote PC Reporting is detailed data logging software that will record various parameters such as graphs of the cycle data copy of cycle print outs tables of all measured values and the option to save all reports in PDF file format These can be accessed via a network connection or by saving the data to a USB drive The sophisticated user interface uses multi colour technology to present the user with important information indicating the current stage of the cycle Tuttnaur autoclaves are available with optional features to provide optimal efficiency including a built in steam generator a vacuum pump and a coiled pipe around the chamber These options enable the most efficient heat up and complete drying in the autoclaving process For benchtop autoclaves Tuttnauer can provide vacuum pumps which can be used before the cycle to remove air pockets from different load types and also after the cycle to speed up the drying process Don Whitley Scientific can draw similarities from the Tuttnauer company values as they also pride themselves on long lasting relationships with distributors and strive to develop equipment that is also one step ahead of the competition All Tuttnauer autoclaves purchased from Don Whitley Scientific can be covered by the comprehensive service and maintenance support that DWS already provides for their other equipment ensuring a reliable experience for customers Tweet 9th UK Mesenchymal Stem Cell Meeting Posted on December 10th 2015 by Alex Rhodes Categories Exhibitions Hypoxystations News No Comments Tags Don Whitley Scientific H35 Hypoxystation Hidex Sense Mesenchymal stem cell MSC TC 3 Don Whitley Scientific recently attended a one day meeting that highlighted the most exciting developments in the biology and clinical application of mesenchymal stem cells Various products featured on the Don Whitley Scientific stand at the exhibition The first of these was the H35 Whitley Hypoxystation This workstation is designed to create and control specific sustainable and physiologically relevant environments These conditions allow the manipulation of cells in situ whilst maintaining the desired environment The H35 has a rapid internal airlock system as well as a touch screen interface this makes controlling and monitoring the workstation conditions simple and straightforward Also at the Don Whitley Scientific stand was the TC 3 Bioreactor by Ebers a mechanical stimulation device in which a range of tissues and samples can be tested Another product that featured on the stand was the Hidex Sense by LabLogic a compact microplate reader that combines a number of measurements in one unit The modest size of the reader means it easily fits into a Whitley Hypoxystation Samples can be transferred to the device without any environmental changes being applied to the sample The event was held at the Manchester Conference Centre in association with the University of Manchester It was a well attended event with some fantastic posters on display and also some great oral presentations It offered a fantastic opportunity for Don Whitley Scientific to engage with scientists working with mesenchymal stem cells Tweet HypOxygen at Society for Redox Biology and Medicine Posted on November 18th 2015 by Alex Rhodes Categories Exhibitions Hypoxystations News Overseas Exhibitions No Comments Tags BlueBlink HypOxygen i2 Workstation SFRBM The Society for Redox Biology and Medicine s Annual Meeting SFRBM 2015 has long been the premier venue for cutting edge research in all aspects of redox biology featuring the latest technologies and applications in basic and translational research HypOxygen our US distributor will be at the meeting exhibiting a Whitley i2 Instrument Workstation as well as the BlueBlink optical oxygen sensor Please visit the HypOxygen exhibit at the 22nd Annual Meeting of the SFRBM in Boston USA from 18 23 November They will be happy to discuss low oxygen applications that interest you For more information on SFRBM click here Tweet Don Whitley Scientific at Medica 2015 Posted on November 17th 2015 by Alex Rhodes Categories Exhibitions Germany Hypoxystations News Overseas Exhibitions Press Releases No Comments Tags Don Whitley Scientific H35 Hypoxystation Medica Medica 2015 Whitley Spiral Plater Held in Düsseldorf MEDICA is the world s largest medical marketplace Don Whitley Scientific are currently attending this international trade fair exhibiting the latest innovations in microbiology and cell culture The fair is a great chance for people from around the world to see Don Whitley Scientific products On display is the Whitley H35 Hypoxystation a workstation designed to produce physiologically relevant conditions for a range of applications Also on show is the Whitley Spiral Plater which

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  • Tag Archive for "H35 Hypoxystation" -
    cell culture The fair is a great chance for people from around the world to see Don Whitley Scientific products On display is the Whitley H35 Hypoxystation a workstation designed to produce physiologically relevant conditions for a range of applications Also on show is the Whitley Spiral Plater which eliminates the need for serial dilutions Don Whitley Scientific are constantly developing partnerships with distributors around the world and trade fairs like MEDICA offer a fantastic chance to find new distributors and build upon existing relationships If you want to learn more about Don Whitley Scientific and are interested in becoming a Don Whitley Scientific distributor come to stand D10 in Hall 1 on the British Pavilion organised by GAMBICA at MEDICA from now until 19th November Steve Robertson at the Don Whitley Scientific stand Tweet Use of an Oxygen Controlled Workstation with High Efficiency HEPA Filtration System in Drug Toxicity Studies Incompatible with Antibiotic Media Supplementation Posted on November 16th 2015 by Alex Rhodes Categories News No Comments Tags Don Whitley Scientific H35 Hypoxystation HEPA ABSTRACT In drugs toxicity testing the quality of the atmosphere in which cell handling is carried out is of heightened importance due to the inability to supplement culture media with antibiotics Further to this many researchers wish to use low oxygen environments to ensure their model in vitro systems are as physiologically relevant to the in vivo system as possible This document describes the use of a Whitley H35 HEPA Hypoxystation to provide a HEPA filtered environmentally defined work and incubation space for drug toxicity testing in a cardiac spheroid model whilst also allowing pre programmed oxygen profiles to simulate the in vivo system in health and disease To read more on this click here Tweet Considering the physiological oxygen levels when culturing intestinal cells in vitro Posted on November 16th 2015 by Alex Rhodes Categories Hypoxystations News Press Releases No Comments Tags Don Whitley Scientific H35 Hypoxystation In this video testimonial Dr Karen Wright of Lancaster University speaks about her work with a H35 Hypoxystation If you are working with any equipment from Don Whitley Scientific and would like to let us know about your work and your overall experience with our products please don t hesitate to get in touch via our contact form Facebook or Twitter We now feature a variety of customer testimonials on our product pages and these can be accessed through the testimonials tab if we have a testimonial for that product Tweet Working with Whitley Workstations Posted on August 13th 2015 by Alex Rhodes Categories Australia Germany Hypoxystations News No Comments Tags Don Whitley Scientific DWS Service H35 Hypoxystation hypoxic workstation Don Whitley Scientific has always strived to be the most innovative manufacturer of scientific equipment Our leading range of workstations provides some of the most sophisticated options to the microbiology and cell culture industries One of the more specific markets Don Whitley Scientific provides for is those wanting to carry out experiments under hypoxic conditions Researchers may only have the use of an incubator to keep specimens in hypoxic conditions however this can cause problems when the conditions of the incubator become interrupted usually when the incubator door is opened to add or remove samples and equipment When incubators just won t do In a testimonial for Don Whitley Scientific Brad Wouters from Toronto Canada shared this issue 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 An issue like this could then lead to inaccurate results and potentially jeopardise experiments This is why the Whitley Hypoxystation is ideal for these situations Working in a Whitley Workstation Professor Mann states in his testimonial The design of this workstation has also allowed us to use other essential equipment inside the chamber such as oxygen meters and micromanipulators As opposed to an incubator where samples are placed and perhaps left for days without interaction Whitley Workstations are designed specifically for scientists wanting to carry out tasks inside the workstation Optional features on Whitley Workstations allow them to be tailored perfectly to those who want to conduct experiments in their workstation using additional specialised equipment for example the removable front option Australian testimonial Maintaining an outstanding international reputation Don Whitley Scientific exports its range of products to all corners of the globe In Australia at the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute the aim is to reduce the incidence severity and impact of heart diseases and for Dr Dunn and her team precise control of oxygen carbon dioxide temperature and humidity is vital She mentions in her testimonial that with a H35 Hypoxystation she achieves very accurate and reproducible results As well as providing fantastic equipment Don Whitley Scientific ensures that the advice and service we provide to customers is of a high level which is also noticed by Dr Dunn who states Don Whitley Scientific made great efforts to ensure our purchase installation and ongoing use of the machine has been hassle free Dr Dunn with her H35 Hypoxystation Testimonials wanted If you are working with any equipment from Don Whitley Scientific and would like to let us know about your work and your overall experience with our products please don t hesitate to get in touch via our contact form Facebook or Twitter We now feature a variety of customer testimonials on our product pages and these can be accessed through the testimonials tab if we have a testimonial for that product Click here for Brad Wouters testimonial in full Click here for Professor Mann s testimonial in full Click here for Dr Dunn s testimonial in full Tweet Don Whitley Scientific exhibit at TCES 2015 Posted on July 20th 2015 by Alex Rhodes Categories Australia Exhibitions Germany Hypoxystations News No Comments Tags Cell Engineering Don Whitley Scientific H35 Hypoxystation hypoxic workstation TCES 2015 Tissue Don Whitley scientific exhibited at TCES 2015 this annual Tissue and Cell Engineering

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  • Tag Archive for "hypoxia workstation" -
    immunity in cancer cells Barsoum et al Cancer Res 2014 Feb 1 74 3 665 74 In cancer cells exposed to hypoxia HIF 1α induced expression of programmed cell death ligand PD L1 which increased the cells resistance to CTL mediated lysis and contributed to tumoral immune escape This effect was blocked through administration of glyceryl trinitrate GTN an agonist of nitric oxide signalling suggesting that NO mimetica inhibiting PD L1 may present a novel cancer therapy strategy 2 HIF mediated innate immune responses cell signaling and therapeutic implications Harris et al Hypoxia 2014 2 47 58 Host defense through innate immune cells takes place in a low oxygen environment where functions as diverse as cytokine secretion and pathogen phagocytosis are modulated by HIF s This review summarises the roles of HIF s in acute and chronic immune response and gives a perspective on therapies targeting the HIF pathway 3 Identification of CD300a as a new hypoxia inducible gene and a regulator of CCL20 and VEGF production by human monocytes and macrophages Raggi et al Innate Immunity October 2014 vol 20 no 7 721 734 Hypoxia is characteristic for sites of inflammation and lesion and monocytes and other immune cells accumulating in these hypoxic areas are specifically stimulated by the low oxygen environment Raggi et al investigated the hypoxic transcriptome and describe members of the CD300 superfamily of immunoregulatory cell surface receptors which are up regulated in hypoxia 4 HIF Transcription Factors Inflammation and Immunity Palazon et al Immunity 41 October 16 2014 Hypoxia signaling pathways which trigger HIF expression act in the immune system to modulate host immune function In this review Palazon et al describe the myriad ways oxygen sensing regulates innate and adaptive immunity 5 Hypoxia attenuates the proinflammatory response in colon cancer cells by regulating IκB Mueller Edenborn Oncotarget April 2015 Mueller Edenborn s group shed light on signalling pathways regulating hypoxia and inflammatory responses which exhibit a surprising degree of cross talk in colon cancer Hypoxia attenuated proinflammatory responses by inhibiting translocation of NF κB into the nucleus demonstrating yet again that both these aspects of the tumour microenvironment influence therapy response Tweet Free T Shirt Hypoxia Research Posted on April 1st 2015 by Deborah Robinson Categories Hypoxystations News Press Releases No Comments Tags H45 Hypoxystation hypoxia hypoxia workstation hypoxic workstation Do you culture cells in hypoxic conditions For a limited time only you can earn a free t shirt by taking a few minutes to answer our questions and help us to better fulfil your cell culture needs We want to know what your research focus is how you conduct your cell culture and how you think oxygen content might influence aspects of your cell culture Please click here to complete a very short online form Tweet New Airlock Tray Storage Racks Posted on March 2nd 2015 by Deborah Robinson Categories Anaerobic Australia Germany Hypoxystations News Press Releases No Comments Tags anaerobic station storage rack Anaerobic Workstation hypoxia workstation hypoxystation storage rack We have

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    a Mechanistic Link between Angiogenesis and Tumor Growth Mol Cell Biol 34 19 3702 3720 Tweet Automatic Sleeve Gassing on Whitley Workstations Posted on September 8th 2015 by Alex Rhodes Categories Australia Germany News Press Releases No Comments Tags Anaerobic Workstation Automatic Sleeve Gassing Don Whitley Scientific hypoxic workstation A feature unique to Whitley Workstations is the option to evacuate and gas sleeves automatically With one touch of the footswitch sleeves can be filled and evacuated with ease maintaining workstation conditions and avoiding any potential disturbance to your work through operator error Some users are not confident in using the vacuum and gassing feature on sleeves Automatic sleeve gassing ensures sleeves are correctly vacuumed and filled with gas before the users hands are introduced into the chamber Once the routine has been completed there is no need to re gas the sleeves until the next time you enter the workstation This automatic sleeve gassing system is available on most Whitley Workstations Maintain a cost effective strategy for gas use Avoid disturbance to workstation conditions Reduce the risk of operator error Unique to Don Whitley Scientific Workstations Tweet Working with Whitley Workstations Posted on August 13th 2015 by Alex Rhodes Categories Australia Germany Hypoxystations News No Comments Tags Don Whitley Scientific DWS Service H35 Hypoxystation hypoxic workstation Don Whitley Scientific has always strived to be the most innovative manufacturer of scientific equipment Our leading range of workstations provides some of the most sophisticated options to the microbiology and cell culture industries One of the more specific markets Don Whitley Scientific provides for is those wanting to carry out experiments under hypoxic conditions Researchers may only have the use of an incubator to keep specimens in hypoxic conditions however this can cause problems when the conditions of the incubator become interrupted usually when the incubator door is opened to add or remove samples and equipment When incubators just won t do In a testimonial for Don Whitley Scientific Brad Wouters from Toronto Canada shared this issue 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 An issue like this could then lead to inaccurate results and potentially jeopardise experiments This is why the Whitley Hypoxystation is ideal for these situations Working in a Whitley Workstation Professor Mann states in his testimonial The design of this workstation has also allowed us to use other essential equipment inside the chamber such as oxygen meters and micromanipulators As opposed to an incubator where samples are placed and perhaps left for days without interaction Whitley Workstations are designed specifically for scientists wanting to carry out tasks inside the workstation Optional features on Whitley Workstations allow them to be tailored perfectly to those who want to conduct experiments in their workstation using additional specialised equipment for example the removable front option Australian testimonial Maintaining an outstanding international reputation Don Whitley Scientific exports its range of products to all corners of the globe In Australia at the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute the aim is to reduce the incidence severity and impact of heart diseases and for Dr Dunn and her team precise control of oxygen carbon dioxide temperature and humidity is vital She mentions in her testimonial that with a H35 Hypoxystation she achieves very accurate and reproducible results As well as providing fantastic equipment Don Whitley Scientific ensures that the advice and service we provide to customers is of a high level which is also noticed by Dr Dunn who states Don Whitley Scientific made great efforts to ensure our purchase installation and ongoing use of the machine has been hassle free Dr Dunn with her H35 Hypoxystation Testimonials wanted If you are working with any equipment from Don Whitley Scientific and would like to let us know about your work and your overall experience with our products please don t hesitate to get in touch via our contact form Facebook or Twitter We now feature a variety of customer testimonials on our product pages and these can be accessed through the testimonials tab if we have a testimonial for that product Click here for Brad Wouters testimonial in full Click here for Professor Mann s testimonial in full Click here for Dr Dunn s testimonial in full Tweet Introducing Easy O2 Calibration Posted on July 21st 2015 by Alex Rhodes Categories Australia Germany Hypoxystations News No Comments Tags 02 Calibration Don Whitley Scientific hypoxic workstation Hypoxystation Oxygen Calibration The new fully automated oxygen calibration system that is currently available on the Whitley H135 HEPA Hypoxystation could really make a difference This system allows you to calibrate your workstation efficiently and easily and so improve the accuracy of experimental data The Whitley Automated Calibration System patent pending is very user friendly all you have to do is touch a couple of icons on the colour touchscreen and the routine activates No further user intervention is required It takes just eight minutes to complete and readings are taken at two points 0 oxygen and 20 9 oxygen levels You don t have to enter the chamber at all The oxygen sensor is not removed for calibration so the sensor remains within a stable environment and is not subjected to any changes in humidity and temperature when a calibration routine is conducted Leaving the sensor in place prevents the risk of condensation forming on the component which could affect its sensitivity accuracy and life You can set the system to prompt you when the next calibration is due from 7 21 days Don Whitley Scientific recommends that calibration is conducted every two weeks Full training confirming how easy the routine is to perform is provided during the workstation installation procedure Click on the image below for a video demonstration Tweet Don Whitley Scientific exhibit at TCES 2015 Posted on July 20th 2015 by Alex Rhodes Categories Australia Exhibitions Germany Hypoxystations News No Comments Tags Cell Engineering Don

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    of stem cells in culture is coming under intense scrutiny Epigenetic responsiveness to environmental cues in the cell environment to optimize gene expression can be modulated through chromatin or histone modification transcriptional co regulators and methylation demethylation sequences Tsai Wu 2014 The pathways regulating stem cell behavior are particularly interesting in the light of regenerative therapies and oxygen level has been shown by many groups to be a master determinant of both pluripotency and differentiation Hypoxia can for example induce microRNA s that target the 3 untranslated region of histone deacetylases driving embryonic stem cells to differentiate into the myogenic lineage Lee et al 2015 Transcriptional activation of anti angiogenesis genes during hypoxia as mediated by epigenetic changes in methylation patterns influences the status of stem cell like populations in tumors Ueda et al 2014 One of our Hypoxystation users Brad Wouters at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre in Toronto examines how epigenetic modifications are coordinated in response to local tumor microenvironment His work has provided insights into the acquisition of a stem cell phenotype in breast cancer through H3K27m3 mediated repression of the DICER promotor reduced miRNA processing and de repression of ZEB1 transcription factors resulting in hypoxia induced EMT Van den Beucken 2014 Elizabeth Koch in the Toronto lab recently presented her results obtained in the Hypoxystation at the 14th International Wolfsberg Meeting on Molecular Radiation Biology Oncology in Switzerland images shown here Research into the epigenetic regulation of stem cell behavior and fate benefits from a more physiological culture environment as provided by an hypoxia workstation The Hypoxystation by Don Whitley Scientific mimics those physiological conditions in a closed workstation atmosphere tightly controlling oxygen carbon dioxide temperature and humidity for the duration of your cell culture Visit us at the Cell Symposium on Stem Cell Epigenetics in Sitges Spain from September 20 22 to experience the Hypoxystation for yourself Your cells are holding their breath This article was written by Burga Kalz Fuller of HypOxygen Literature on epigenetic regulation of stem cell fate at hypoxia Van den Beucken et al 2014 Hypoxia promotes stem cell phenotypes and poor prognosis through epigenetic regulation of DICER Nature Communications 5 5203 Tsai and Wu 2014 Epigenetic regulation of hypoxia responsive gene expression focusing on chromatin and DNA modifications Epigenetic regulation Int J Cancer 134 249 256 Lee at al 2015 MicroRNA 26a induced by hypoxia targets HDAC6 in myogenic differentiation of embryonic stem cells Nucl Acids Res 43 4 2057 2073 Ueda et al 2014 The Hypoxia Inducible Epigenetic Regulators Jmjd1a and G9a Provide a Mechanistic Link between Angiogenesis and Tumor Growth Mol Cell Biol 34 19 3702 3720 Tweet Introducing Easy O2 Calibration Posted on July 21st 2015 by Alex Rhodes Categories Australia Germany Hypoxystations News No Comments Tags 02 Calibration Don Whitley Scientific hypoxic workstation Hypoxystation Oxygen Calibration The new fully automated oxygen calibration system that is currently available on the Whitley H135 HEPA Hypoxystation could really make a difference This system allows you to calibrate your workstation efficiently and easily and so improve the accuracy of experimental data The Whitley Automated Calibration System patent pending is very user friendly all you have to do is touch a couple of icons on the colour touchscreen and the routine activates No further user intervention is required It takes just eight minutes to complete and readings are taken at two points 0 oxygen and 20 9 oxygen levels You don t have to enter the chamber at all The oxygen sensor is not removed for calibration so the sensor remains within a stable environment and is not subjected to any changes in humidity and temperature when a calibration routine is conducted Leaving the sensor in place prevents the risk of condensation forming on the component which could affect its sensitivity accuracy and life You can set the system to prompt you when the next calibration is due from 7 21 days Don Whitley Scientific recommends that calibration is conducted every two weeks Full training confirming how easy the routine is to perform is provided during the workstation installation procedure Click on the image below for a video demonstration Tweet Stem Cell Research in Stockholm Posted on June 25th 2015 by Deborah Robinson Categories Australia Exhibitions Germany Hypoxystations News Press Releases No Comments Tags Cell Culture Workstation H35 Hypoxystation hypoxia workstation hypoxic workstation Hypoxystation Stem Cell Workstation Stem cell researchers from all over the world are currently convening in Stockholm for the annual meeting of the International Society for Stem Cell Research ISSCR Topics covered in the event range from pluripotency and differentiation through regeneration to disease modelling and tissue engineering All aspects of reprogramming and stem cell maintenance on the one hand and differentiation on the other hand are intricately influenced by the cellular microenvironment Oxygenation is a crucial parameter throughout all these processes both in the natural stem cell niche and during culture in the lab Low oxygen promotes efficient expansion of stem cells in culture while supporting maintenance of the stem cell phenotype Hypoxia can increase the proliferation rate and inhibit senescence of stem cells and promote healing directly and through paracrine effects Therapies utilizing hypoxic cells exhibit improved homing and engraftment to the target tissues as compared to normoxia Hypoxia is a major determinant of many diverse aspects of stem cell biology Don Whitley Scientific will be at the event exhibiting their largest cell culture workstation to date the Whitley H135 Hypoxystation Tweet Hypoxia and stem cells Posted on June 4th 2015 by Deborah Robinson Categories Australia Exhibitions Germany Hypoxystations News Overseas Exhibitions No Comments Tags H35 Hypoxystation hypoxia hypoxia workstation hypoxic workstation HypOxygen Hypoxystation ISSCR Stem Cell Workstation Later this month the international stem cell research community will be travelling to Stockholm for the upcoming International Society for Stem Cell Research ISSCR meeting covering diverse topics from reprogramming and pluripotency of stem cells through tissue engineering and organ regeneration to therapy with stem cells Whitley H135 Hypoxystation Hypoxia is a crucial parameter determining the fate and development

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