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  • Tag Archive for "hypoxia" -
    stem cell research Read more Tweet H135 Taller Deeper Wider Posted on April 27th 2015 by Deborah Robinson Categories Australia Germany Hypoxystations News Overseas Exhibitions Press Releases No Comments Tags H135 hypoxia Hypoxystation Don Whitley Scientific is proud to present the new Whitley H135 Hypoxystation the tallest deepest widest workstation in our range This new hypoxic chamber has a usable internal volume of almost 600 litres and can accommodate a variety of items of equipment such as live cell imaging devices microscopes plate readers etc Be sure to discuss your requirements with us at the earliest opportunity The generous internal height also facilitates easy pipetting All cell manipulations can be performed without removing them from your required hypoxic conditions With a volume twice that of a H35 Hypoxystation the H135 also comes fitted with a large removable front available with either two or three ports plus the same great features and benefits as other Whitley Workstations including Rapid 12 litre airlock H135 Hypoxystation Three gas operation The Whitley Internal HEPA Filtration System with Enhanced Biological Containment The option of being connected to a Whitley i2 Instrument Workstation 7 full colour touch screen that is Ethernet enabled for remote access Internal dimensions w x d x h are 1100mm 43 3 x 750mm 29 5 x 710mm 28 External dimensions w x d x h are 1452mm 57 25 x 1056mm 41 5 x 993mm 39 Representatives from Don Whitley Scientific will be attending the Keystone Symposia in Dublin 12 17 May where you can be one of the first to see this revolutionary product Watch the introductory video here Tweet Cell Press Webinar Hypoxic Microenvironments Posted on April 13th 2015 by Deborah Robinson Categories Hypoxystations News Overseas Exhibitions Press Releases No Comments Tags Cell Press hypoxia HypOxygen Hypoxystation The hypoxic microenvironment triggers many of the events underlying cancer progression and stem cell maintenance and or differentiation In maintaining oxygen homeostasis oxygen levels are sensed by mitochondria communicated by reactive oxygen species ROS and conveyed by hypoxia inducible factors HIF s Hypoxia signalling pathways have far reaching consequences for cellular and tissue processes from metabolism through angiogenesis to metastasis Dr Hannele Ruohola Baker University of Washington and Dr Randall Johnson University of Cambridge will be speaking at the upcoming Cell Press webinar on Hypoxic Microenvironments which Don Whitley Scientific and HypOxygen are proud to sponsor Dr Ruohola Baker s lab investigates metabolic determinants of and miRNA function in stem cells and Dr Johnson examines the effects of hypoxia in cancer and inflammation Read more 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

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  • Tag Archive for "i2 Workstation" -
    study the signalling and metabolic pathways that may preserve breast cancer cell viability under hypoxia In addition to this we have a general interest in identifying what signalling and metabolic pathways are associated with the acquisition of microsatellite MSI and chromosomal instability CIN under oxygen deprivation conditions Finally we are studying the role of hypoxia in cell invasion and metastasis oncogene induced senescence and resistance to current treatment options George Poulogiannis Team Leader Division of Cancer Biology Institute of Cancer Research London Tweet i2 Workstation Testimonial Video Posted on March 25th 2015 by Deborah Robinson Categories Australia Germany Hypoxystations News Press Releases No Comments Tags H35 Hypoxystation HEPA Filtration HEPA Hypoxystation i2 Workstation Whitley i2 Instrument Workstation In this video the latest in our series of customer testimonials Dr Ayse Latif Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences University of Manchester discusses her current research of exploiting tumour cell energy metabolism in order to improve gynaecological cancer treatments Dr Latif uses both a H35 HEPA Hypoxystation and an i2 Instrument Workstation Whilst cells are initially incubated in the H35 they are then moved into the i2 via the Whitley Transfer Tunnel without exposure to ambient conditions where they can be studied with a Seahorse XF Analyzer The i2 was designed to meet the exact requirements of Seahorse Bioscience meaning that the combination of this workstation and a Seahorse XF Analyzer permits simultaneous real time analysis of mitochondrial respiration and glycolysis in mammalian cells under precisely controlled conditions Tweet New Hypoxystation Videos Posted on February 27th 2015 by Deborah Robinson Categories Germany Hypoxystations News Press Releases No Comments Tags H35 HEPA H35 Hypoxystation i2 Workstation Seahorse Hypoxic Workstation Seahorse Workstation Whitley i2 Instrument Workstation Hot on the heels of the Oscars we go behind the scenes in science Earlier this week we filmed the latest in our series of short videos about the research that is being conducted in our Hypoxic workstations We went to visit Dr Ayse Latif from the Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences University of Manchester and Dr Michael Cross from the Department of Molecular and Clinical Pharmacology University of Liverpool Both Dr Latif and Dr Cross use Whitley H35 HEPA Hypoxystations in their work and Dr Latif also uses a Whitley i2 Instrument Workstation housing a Seahorse XFe96 Analyzer These videos will be uploaded to our website shortly Dr Cross spoke about his study of endothelial cells the long term incubation of multicellular cardiac spheroids and ischaemia in the human heart Dr Latif discussed her work in exploiting tumour cell metabolism in order to improve treatment for gynaecological cancer patients Click here to have a look at our earlier video with Dr Violaine See Tweet NEW Whitley i2 Instrument Workstation Posted on November 18th 2014 by Deborah Robinson Categories Australia Germany Hypoxystations News Press Releases No Comments Tags H35 Hypoxystation HEPA Filtration hypoxia workstation hypoxic workstation i2 Workstation Instrument Workstation Seahorse Glove Box Seahorse Hypoxic Workstation Seahorse Workstation Whitley i2 The Whitley i2 Instrument Workstation has been

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  • Tag Archive for "incubation" -
    and cost effective The first thing you need to consider is the type of anaerobe you are cultivating whilst aerotolerant organisms and facultative anaerobes will not be harmed by a small amount of oxygen obligate anaerobes require a completely oxygen free environment We have recently produced a useful reference guide An Introduction to Clinical Anaerobic Bacteriology which enables the reader to isolate and identify 12 commonly occurring and clinically important anaerobic bacteria Read more Tweet Anaerobic Conditions Monitor The Educational Benefits Posted on April 30th 2014 by Deborah Robinson Categories Australia Germany News No Comments Tags anaerobic chamber Anaerobic Conditions Monitor Anaerobic Microbiology Anaerobic Workstation Don Whitley Scientific incubation Whitley ACM Feedback from our customers is always important and we have recently received some very interesting information on how having a Whitley Anaerobic Conditions Monitor ACM on your workstation is helping laboratory staff to work more efficiently and effectively and therefore making a significant contribution to Lean practices It appears that the ACM is helping to educate laboratory staff in best practice for anaerobic incubation not only by helping to organise workflow for significant time saving improvements but helping to reduce gas usage and therefore costs Read more Tweet Want to photograph Petri dishes during incubation Well now you can Posted on June 6th 2012 by admin Categories Exhibitions News No Comments Tags incubation petri dishes whitley petrifoto system New Whitley Petrifoto System http www dwscientific co uk petrifoto php Call 01274 595728 to order or email sales dwscientific co uk Tweet 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

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  • Tag Archive for "laboratory automation" -
    Workstation The transparent and or white acrylic on the inside and outside of the Whitley Workstation System may be swabbed with a 2 solution of Labdet 100 DWS stock code D00003 in warm water and dried afterwards with a soft clean cloth In the case of culture spillages then any of the disinfectants listed above solution should be applied to the spillage and left for 30 minutes It should then be mopped Never use any solvent on the acrylic surfaces of the workstation Use only water and a mild detergent solution i e Labdet 100 2 solution as a cleaning agent What if the spillage leaks underneath the floor of the workstation If spillage is not contained on the working surface then access underneath this area will be required in all Whitley Workstations except the DG250 Some workstations require the removal of retaining bolts before the floor can be lifted up or pivoted for cleaning underneath If liquid has been spilled upon the Anotox and catalyst sachets they should be removed dried and or replaced How can I deal with scratches on the acrylic plastic surface of my workstation Scratches may be removed by gently polishing the surface with DURAGLIT WADDING followed by wiping with a soft clean cloth Deep scratches may require the use of Wet and Dry abrasive paper used wet followed by polishing with DURAGLIT seek advice from Don Whitley Scientific Limited or our authorised agents overseas How can I clean the sleeves on my workstation The white sleeves used on all Whitley Workstations may require cleaning after periods of extended use There are a number of options for cleaning and some recommendations listed below Wipe with a mild detergent Wash or dry clean with a detergent up to 75ºC For disinfection use Sodium Hypochlorite at no more than 1000ppm active Chlorine or any of the disinfectants listed above Do not use Biological or Phenolic based cleaners Wash and dry completely before storage Some surface wrinkling may occur If you have any remaining concerns about disinfectants for use in Whitley Workstations please get in touch with our sales team Tel 01274 595728 Or Email sales dwscientific co uk Tweet New Supersize Peristaltic Blender Smasher XL Posted on October 14th 2014 by Deborah Robinson Categories News No Comments Tags laboratory automation Laboratory blender Large lab blender Peristaltic blender Smasher Smasher XL Smasher XL is a high performance paddle blender that is ideal for large volume samples It can blend a 1 x 4 litre sample bag or 2 x 1 5 litre bags simultaneously The patented SMASH effect developed to avoid jams is applied to crush samples prior to peristaltic homogenisation taking place ensuring the resulting suspension is representative of the sample s microbial population Features Four paddes provide perfectly homogenised suspensions ensuring reproducible microbiological results Blending capacity 4kg 1 x 3 750g bag or 2 x 1 500g bags 1500 to 4000ml in blender bags Easy to clean as the door and paddles can be removed without

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  • Tag Archive for "Meintrup-DWS" -
    DWS Das Unternehmen Meintrup DWS Laborgeräte will 2016 von Holte Lastrup nach Herzlake umziehen Im Gewerbegebiet Ost lässt die Firma ein neues Bürogebäude samt Lagerhalle bauen Am Mittwoch erfolgte der erste Spatenstich Vom rund 4000 Quadratmeter großen bislang freien Areal fällt der Blick auf die nahe gelegene Europastraße 233 Die bessere Verkehrsanbindung ist laut Geschäftsführerin Elke Hearn einer der Gründe für den geplanten Ortswechsel Zurzeit befinden wir uns in einem Wohngebiet Und dort hätten wir viel umbauen müssen Die stetige Vergrößerung des momentan elf Mitarbeiter umfassenden Unternehmens lieferte einen weiteren Anlass einen neuen Firmensitz zu bauen Zwischen 600000 und 700000 Euro investiert man nach Angaben der Geschäftsführerin Ende März 2016 soll der Umzug erfolgen Ein neues Bürogebäude für Meintrup DWS Das Metier von Meintrup DWS sind Vertrieb Einrichtung und Instandhaltung technischer Geräte Dazu gehören wissenschaftliche Instrumente für die Mikrobiologie und Zellforschung sowie für die Qualitätskontrolle Entstanden ist das Unternehmen 1998 als Fusion der britischen Dan Whitley Scientific DWS mit der Firma von Hermann Josef Meintrup der seit 1981 von Holte Lastrup aus Laborgeräte verkauft hatte als Einzelkämpfer wie es Elke Hearn nannte Zu den Kunden zählen heute die Lebensmittelbranche Kosmetik und Pharmahersteller sowie die Krebsforschung Das ist ein weiterer Meilenstein in der Entwicklung des Gewerbegebiets Ost Und für Herzlake ein großer Schritt nach vorn sagte Gemeindebürgermeister Hans Bösken beim ersten Spatenstich und wünschte dem Unternehmen viel Erfolg Dem schloss sich Samtgemeindebürgermeister Ludwig Pleus an Aus Lähdener Sicht sehe man den Umzug zwar mit einem weinenden Auge doch immerhin bleibe die Firma in der Samtgemeinde Hier sind Sie gut aufgehoben so Pleus Neuer Sitz für Laborgerätevertrieb Meintrup DWS zieht von Holte Lastrup nach Herzlake noz de Lesen Sie mehr auf http www noz de lokales herzlake artikel 589024 meintrup dws zieht von holte lastrup nach herzlake Tweet Gebrauchtgeräte Posted on August 6th 2014 by Deborah Robinson Categories Germany No Comments Tags Meintrup DWS Es ist mal wieder soweit und wir haben wieder einige Gebrauchtgeräte auf Lager Alle Geräte sind generalüberholt und werkstattgeprüft Hierbei handelt es sich z B um einen Luftkeimsammler der Firma PBI inkl Edelstahlständer nicht auf dem Bild abgebildet Der SAS Super ISO wurde in Übereinstimmung mit der ISO 14698 I entwickelt Er arbeitet sowohl mit 55mm RODAC Abklatschplatten wie auch mit Standard 90mm Petrischalen Read more Tweet Gewinner unseres FIFA Weltmeister Gewinnspiels Posted on August 6th 2014 by Deborah Robinson Categories Germany No Comments Tags FIFA Wettbewerb Gewinner Meintrup DWS Vor einiger Zeit fand die FIFA Fußball Weltmeisterschaft statt Passend zum Thema konnten Sie bei uns einige Preise gewinnen Zum einen gab es bei der 72 Jahresversammlung der Schweizerischen Gesellschaft für Mikrobiologie einen Brazuca Top Replik Ball zu gewinnen indem man den Weltmeister tippte Aber auch unsere anderen Kunden wurden nicht ausgeschlossen Für ein weiteres Gewinnspiel verteilten wir unsere Tippscheine per Email bei Warenlieferungen und in Briefsendungen Auch hier war nach dem Weltmeister gefragt Der erste Preis war hier ein 180 Liter Sitzsack im Fußball Design der 2 auch ein Brazuca Top Replik Ball Die Gewinnerin auf dem

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  • Tag Archive for "microbes" -
    Practical Guide to Clinical Anaerobic Bacteriology Posted on October 23rd 2014 by Deborah Robinson Categories Australia Germany News Press Releases No Comments Tags Anaerobic Bacteriology Anaerobic Microbiology Clinical Microbiology Guide Don Whitley Don Whitley Scientific Identifying Clinical Anaerobes microbes Eighteen months ago Don Whitley Scientific played an integral role in producing An Introduction to Clinical Anaerobic Bacteriology This unique guide is being very well received by scientists in laboratories nationwide It enables the reader to isolate and identify 12 commonly occurring clinically important anaerobic bacteria It contains 60 pages printed on waterproof tear resistant synthetic paper to withstand regular use at the bench and is illustrated with stunningly detailed colour photographs and attractive reference tables Designed to fill a gap in the practical reference materials currently available to support clinical laboratory practice for microbiologists the publication was written by Professor Michael W D Wren MBE FIBMS former consultant Biomedical Scientist in the microbiology department University College Hospital and visiting Professor at The University of Westminster With a foreword by Professor Brian Duerden Emeritus Professor of Medical Microbiology at Cardiff University and input from Dr Don Whitley Chairman and founder of Don Whitley Scientific Limited considerable expert knowledge has been combined to make this the most up to date reference guide for the modern clinical laboratory Images were kindly supplied by the Anaerobe Reference Unit Cardiff For further information or to order your copy please contact us at sales dwscientific co uk or call us on 01274 595728 Tweet And the winner is Antibiotics Posted on July 8th 2014 by Deborah Robinson Categories News No Comments Tags A95 Anaerobic Cabinet anaerobic chamber Anaerobic Microbiology Anaerobic Workstation Don Whitley Scientific Identifying Clinical Anaerobes Longitude Prize 2014 microbes For those who are not already aware the 2014 Longitude Prize challenge is to create a cost effective accurate rapid and easy to use test kit for bacterial infections that will allow health professionals to administer the right antibiotics at the right time Scientists now have 5 years in which to come up with a solution and potentially claim the 10m prize fund Read more Tweet Microbes in National Geographic Posted on January 17th 2013 by Deborah Robinson Categories News No Comments Tags article on microbes cyanobacteria helicobacter pylori lactobacillus johnsonii microbes national geographic staphylococcus Blog readers may be interested in an article Small Small World in the January 2013 edition of National Geographic magazine http ngm nationalgeographic com 2013 01 microbes wolfe text This fascinating article by Nathan Wolfe looks at the microbial community hosted by the human body referring to it as a shadow world that has not yet been fully explored Wolfe discusses such organisms such as Staphylococcus lives in the nostrils Lactobacillus johnsonii helps us to digest milk Helicobacter pylori regulates immune cells in the stomach and cyanobacteria responsible for photosynthesis Read more Tweet 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

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  • Tag Archive for "Seahorse Hypoxic Workstation" -
    long term incubation of multicellular cardiac spheroids and ischaemia in the human heart Dr Latif discussed her work in exploiting tumour cell metabolism in order to improve treatment for gynaecological cancer patients Click here to have a look at our earlier video with Dr Violaine See Tweet New Poster on Gynaecological Cancer Cell Metabolism Posted on November 27th 2014 by Deborah Robinson Categories Australia Hypoxystations News Overseas Exhibitions No Comments Tags H35 Hypoxystation Molecular Medicine Workshop Seahorse Hypoxic Workstation Whitley i2 Instrument Workstation On the 1 st and 2 nd of December Don Whitley Scientific s Sales Director Steve Robertson will be attending the Molecular Medicine Workshop Red Temática de investigación cooperativa en cáncer in Seville Spain with Dr Ayse Latif from the University of Manchester Dr Latif will present a poster detailing her recent work Interrogating gynaecological cancer cell metabolism at different oxygen tensions Results using a novel modified atmosphere cellular handling system Whitley i2 Instrument Workstation Dr Latif used a Seahorse Bioscience Extracellular Flux Analyzer in her research and the Whitley i2 Instrument Workstation has played a significant role in her findings by allowing the Analyzer to be used in a controlled hypoxic environment If you would like to know more about the i2 Workstation please contact us on 44 0 1274 595728 or email sales dwscientific co uk Tweet NEW Whitley i2 Instrument Workstation Posted on November 18th 2014 by Deborah Robinson Categories Australia Germany Hypoxystations News Press Releases No Comments Tags H35 Hypoxystation HEPA Filtration hypoxia workstation hypoxic workstation i2 Workstation Instrument Workstation Seahorse Glove Box Seahorse Hypoxic Workstation Seahorse Workstation Whitley i2 The Whitley i2 Instrument Workstation has been developed in response to a rising number of enquiries from scientists who desire to use Seahorse Extracellular Flux XF Analyzers in hypoxic conditions and were dissatisfied with the solutions available Rather than adapting an existing chamber for this purpose Don Whitley Scientific developed a new workstation specifically to suit the precise requirements of Seahorse Bioscience Extensive research and careful consideration has gone into the development of the i2 which has resulted in a modular system that includes a number of novel and unique features This workstation can be used as a stand alone unit or connected to a Whitley Hypoxystation via the new Whitley Transfer Tunnel enabling preparation of cell lines under hypoxic conditions and their transfer directly into the i2 without exposure to air Another unique feature is the integral incubator which enables you to precondition cellware and incubate plates and media at 37 C under the same atmospheric conditions as the XF Analyzer The i2 maintains an internal temperature no higher than 28 C excludes carbon dioxide and provides precise oxygen control This workstation the latest in a long line of well regarded modified atmosphere workstations from Don Whitley Scientific is equipped with a generous working area in which to conduct preparatory work and is supplied complete with removable front bespoke trolley internal mains sockets and a wireless footswitch to control the patented oval

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  • Tag Archive for "spiral plating" -
    GLP compliant results The stylish yet practical Protos 3 which comes in bright red attaches easily to a computer and requires minimal training to set up Users simply input their plate identification and click The Protos 3 featuring a highly sensitive CCD camera combined with unique three colour LED lighting rapidly images an infinite number of colony colours on one plate and detects colonies as small as 0 043mm The Protos 3 s powerful software then generates true to life counts and plate images which can be transferred and stored in Excel This GLP compliant process with its full audit trail eliminates keying and image transfer errors providing accurate objective data which can be reviewed anywhere and anytime Microbiologists have always wanted a colony counter that combines throughput and automatic colony ID commented Steve Robertson Sales Director The new Protos 3 offers a high performance platform that generates fully traceable data and we know it will be a huge time saving device for microbiologists in food and pharmaceutical laboratories For anyone using a spiral plater for carrying out multiple bacterial enumerations this is a perfect solution Tweet Spiral Plating Techniques Recognised in New ISO 4833 2 Posted on October 7th 2013 by Deborah Robinson Categories Australia Germany News No Comments Tags spiral plating WASP Whitley Spiral Plater Whitley WASP The new ISO 4833 2 2013 standard specifies surface plating techniques for enumeration of microorganisms and includes a section covering spiral platers and automated colony counters It does not recommend or approve the use of any particular product or brand name however it is general recognition of the use of spiral plating techniques in food microbiology and provides standardized procedures for their use If you are not already aware of the Whitley Automated Spiral Plater WASP one of the industry leading spiral platers and all the benefits to your laboratory please have a look at our website Tweet Mobile Demonstrations for Mainland UK Customers Posted on July 26th 2013 by Deborah Robinson Categories News No Comments Tags Don Whitley Scientific laboratory automation mobile demonstration unit spiral plating If you are looking to buy new laboratory equipment and don t have the time to come to us to see what s on offer now we can come to you We now have a mobile demonstration unit that we can bring to you to show The latest products in the Whitley Workstation range including the DG250 Workstation A35 Anaerobic Chamber and H35 Hypoxystation Our spiral plating solution the Whitley Automated Spiral Plater WASP A range of media and sample preparation equipment including gravimetric diluters media preparators laboratory blenders and pourer stackers Colony counting solutions such as the ProtoCOL 3 and aCOLyte The Whitley Jar Gassing System with it s new printer and touch screen operation Now you don t have to wait for the next exhibition or for when you have a whole day free to consider new equipment we can come to you To arrange a visit just call our sales team

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