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  • Tag Archive for "Stem Cell Workstation" -
    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 of stem cells which leads Don Whitley Scientific to exhibit the Hypoxystation controlled environment workstation for low oxygen cell culture see us on stand no B15 33 Dr Burga Kalz Fuller Product Manager at our American distributor HypOxygen has summarized five recent papers delineating the role of hypoxia in stem cell research Read more Tweet HEPA Filtered Hypoxystation for New Year Launch Posted on December 18th 2013 by Deborah Robinson Categories Australia Germany Hypoxystations News No Comments Tags H35 HEPA H35 Hypoxystation HEPA Filtration HEPA Workstation hypoxia workstation hypoxic workstation Stem Cell Workstation If you need to work in a HEPA filtered workstation environment with precise control of oxygen carbon dioxide temperature and humidity for example in stem cell research this Hypoxystation is for you A new Hypoxystation complete with a HEPA filtration system is due to launch in the New Year Early test results have indicated that the Whitley H35 HEPA Hypoxystation will achieve Class 2 conditions as per the redefined ISO standards for particulate count and classification for air cleanliness this will be independently verified in due course The H35 HEPA Hypoxystation will look exactly like the current H35 but will be deeper by 90mm The dimensions will therefore be 1255 x 810 x 710mm w x d x h This product will have a removable front as standard fitted with two oval sleeved ports CO 2 monitoring will be included as standard on this product a saving of over 2 000 Options accessories literature and specification details will be published on www dwscientific co uk in January 2014 For further information please contact your sales representative or email us on 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

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  • Tag Archive for "temperature monitoring" -
    Microbiology Guide DWS Service Identifying Clinical Anaerobes incubation petri dishes temperature monitoring Whitley A35 Whitley Jar Gassing System WJGS Introduction to Clinical Anaerobic Bacteriology To a newcomer the field of anaerobic research can seem intimidatingly vast With so many varieties of anaerobes and differing means of culturing them you may find yourself wondering whether the method you are using is really the most efficient 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 Did You Know Whitley Workstations are Ethernet enabled for Remote Access Posted on January 20th 2015 by Deborah Robinson Categories Australia Germany Hypoxystations News Press Releases No Comments Tags A35 workstation A45 Workstation A55 Workstation A95 Anaerobic Cabinet anaerobic chamber Anaerobic Microbiology Anaerobic Workstation Don Whitley Scientific environmental monitoring H35 Hypoxystation H45 Hypoxystation HEPA Filtration hypoxia workstation hypoxic workstation Hypoxystation temperature monitoring Whitley A85 Workstation Have you ever wanted to check the status of your Whitley Workstation when you were away from the lab Well now you can Most of our new workstations are Ethernet enabled so you can dial in and access the touch screen control panel from the other side of the building or even from the other side of the world This allows you to check the current operating conditions of the workstation and if activated view any of the graphical screens If necessary you can then make changes to the parameters i e temperature humidity O 2 and CO 2 levels from wherever whenever Read more Tweet REAL TIME MONITORING PROVIDES WIRELESS TRACEABILITY Posted on September 21st 2007 by admin Categories Case Study News Press Releases No Comments Tags environmental monitoring temperature monitoring Manual monitoring of laboratory and remote equipment can be a tedious and time consuming process often neglected due to resource constraints or lack of time As staff perform once or twice daily checks to log the temperature it is often several hours or longer before a problem is discovered 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 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 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 January 2014 December 2013

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  • Tag Archive for "Thackley Storm" -
    on October 19th 2015 by Alex Rhodes Categories News No Comments Tags Don Whitley Scientific Football Thackley Storm Thackley Storm got back to winning ways in a thrilling tie against Salts juniors The final score being 8 5 the scores toggled back and forth to 4 4 until Thackley Storm took command eventually winning the game by a three goal cushion This sees the team return to the form they started the season in winning three of their first four games Tweet Thackley Storm win streak comes to unfortunate end Posted on October 12th 2015 by Alex Rhodes Categories News No Comments Tags Bingley Juniors Thackley Storm Bingley Juniors 5 1 Thackley Storm Thackley Storm suffered their first defeat of the season losing 5 1 away at Bingley Juniors Storm beat Bingley Juniors 5 1 at the beginning of the season so they had their revenge This result puts Storm 4 th in the table with the next match at home to Salts Tigers Tweet Thackley Storm 7 1 Menston Posted on October 5th 2015 by Alex Rhodes Categories News No Comments Tags Don Whitley Scientific Sponsor Football Thackley Storm Match Report Thackley Storm 7 1 Menston Thackley Storm continued their fantastic start to the season with a 7 1 rout against Menston on Sunday 6 players shared the glory with one picking up 2 of the seven goals This puts storm 2nd place in the league Storm face Bingley next Sunday and will hope to carry on their winning streak Tweet Thackley Storm Win 6 2 Posted on October 1st 2015 by Deborah Robinson Categories News No Comments Tags Salts Tigers Thackley Storm Match Report Don Whitley Scientific sponsored team Thackley Storm continue their fantastic start to the season by smashing Salts Tigers 6 2 in the West Riding County Cup on Sunday That now takes them through to the quarter finals of the Cup The next game will be on Sunday 4 th October at home against Menston Juniors Tweet Thackley Storm start the season in style Posted on September 10th 2015 by Alex Rhodes Categories Australia Germany News No Comments Tags Don Whitley Scientific Thackley Storm Under 16 s football team Thackley Storm recently beat local rivals Bingley Juniors a whopping 5 1 starting a new season in fantastic fashion It was a strong performance from the Storm who made up for a disappointing season last year with a comprehensive victory over previous bogey team Bingley Juniors Thackley Storm went into the half time break 3 0 up and didn t relent in the second half putting two more past the Bingley keeper This win means Thackley Storm start the season with 3 points that put them at the top of the Craven Aire Wharfe Junior League Thackley Storm Under 16 s football team proudly sponsored by Don Whitley Scientific are next in action in two weeks time with a cup game against Salts Tigers Tweet U15s Football Sponsorship Posted on September 18th 2014 by Deborah Robinson

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  • Tag Archive for "UKAS" -
    allowing us to calibrate their freezers as well as their other temperature monitoring equipment Laboratories can be confident that the data that we supply will be accurate to the level we state and is also traceable to national standards This has been made possible by the purchase of some new equipment and the amendment to some existing Standard Operating Procedures Tweet Expanding UKAS Calibration Posted on January 29th 2015 by Deborah Robinson Categories News Press Releases No Comments Tags DWS Service Equipment Calibration UKAS More and more customers took advantage of our UKAS accredited temperature calibration work in 2014 particularly those customers working to the new clinical standard ISO15189 2012 Don Whitley Scientific has therefore invested in extra calibration equipment so that our team of service engineers hold all the relevant instrumentation to be able to carry out specific calibrations whilst on site These are typically carried out at the same time as the service which minimises disruption to the laboratory and therefore improves efficiency for all involved The investment in equipment during 2014 included a high end precision digital thermometer for our permanent laboratory hand held digital thermometers and precision stopwatches for our engineers Further investment in equipment will continue this year to ensure that we always have the correct instrumentation to meet our customers needs Tweet DYK 5 Temperature Calibration Posted on February 27th 2013 by Deborah Robinson Categories Germany News No Comments Tags Accredited temperature calibration Temperature calibration UKAS This is the fifth in our Did you know series of articles introducing things you may not know about the Whitley range of products and services read on and you may find out something relating to accredited temperature calibration that could make your working life easier What is UKAS UKAS United Kingdom Accreditation Service is the sole national accreditation body recognised by government to assess against internationally recognised standards organisations that provide certification testing inspection and calibration services Why choose a UKAS accredited calibration provider Using a UKAS accredited calibration provider means you can demonstrate to your customers that you have been successful at meeting the requirements of international accreditation standards Accreditation also gives you confidence in the data that is provided when the certification is received Would I have to pay extra for UKAS accredited temperature calibration Even if your laboratory doesn t operate to UKAS accreditation standards the cost of our calibration validation is comparable with that of standard calibration On what types of equipment can DWS provide accredited temperature calibration Autoclaves Media preparators media sterilisers Fridges Ovens Water baths Incubators including anaerobic and hypoxic workstations TomKey temperature sensors Temperature indicators 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 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

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  • Tag Archive for "WASP" -
    Applied Microbiology SfAM Summer Conference which was held in Dublin on 29 June to 2 July The event was entitled Fermented Foods and Beverages and we took along a Protos 3 Automated Colony Counter and Whitley Automated Spiral Plater WASP SfAM ran a competition for delegates and our donated prize a hamper filled with goodies manufactured in Yorkshire was won by Ogechukwu Elizabeth Okpalanozie of the University Of Lagos pictured with Don Whitley Tweet Did You Know about Quality Counts Posted on November 24th 2014 by Deborah Robinson Categories Australia Germany News Press Releases No Comments Tags DWS Service WASP When you purchase a WASP Whitley Automated Spiral Plater you have the option to join our Quality Counts scheme Free of charge for the first 12 months this programme provides valuable assurance that your WASP is functioning correctly and that samples are being analysed accurately Subscribers to the scheme will receive a sample on a monthly basis Each customer simply spiral plates the sample and then sends the result back to our laboratory Don Whitley Scientific will then collate the results and advise as to whether or not you are within specification Should your results fall outside acceptable limits we will offer advice training or service facilities as appropriate If you choose to continue your subscription after the first year discounts are available for organisations wishing to cover more than one WASP with the scheme Please contact us for more information Please note This scheme is only available to customers in the UK and Eire 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 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 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 January 2014 December 2013 November 2013

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  • Tag Archive for "WASPLab" -
    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 solution for this people were very impressed The ProtoCOL 3 was being shown with the mASTer software This software makes it easier to assess how resistant or susceptible bacteria are to antibiotics The system also measures the sample alongside breakpoint values in the EUCAST database Nicola Millican a biomedical scientist from Leeds General Infirmary also attended the IBMS as a guest of Don Whitley Scientific Nicola gave a New Technology Showcase presentation explaining how Leeds put together a successful business case for the purchase of WASPLab for the microbiology department at the LGI An exciting competition prize was also a popular attraction to the stand as the chance to win Bob the Meccanoid G15 Personal Robot was on offer to the winner of the trivia question The question focused on the fact that Don Whitley Scientific designs and manufactures products in house and is a company that is engineering your future in microbiology Bob epitomised this ethos as he was made out of Meccano a model construction system also made by a proud British company with an innovator at its helm Frank Hornby The winner of Bob is Lorraine Clark from John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxfordshire The IBMS congress was once again a fantastic success for Don Whitley Scientific it was an important event for showing our products to people working in biomedical science and a great opportunity to exhibit WASPLab once again Tweet WASPLab at ECCMID Posted on March 27th 2015 by Deborah Robinson Categories Exhibitions Germany News Overseas Exhibitions Press Releases No Comments Tags Exhibitions WASPLab COPAN WORKSHOP AT ECCMID 2015 Are you or your colleagues attending ECCMID in Copenhagen this year Is the very latest automation in microbiology of interest to you On display at ECCMID this year will be a fully functioning WASPLab incorporating automated inoculation streaking imaging of plates and incubation You will also be one of the first to see the new automated picking module Don Whitley Scientific will be present on the Copan Italia stand No 236 and we would like to invite you to attend an evening workshop and dinner hosted by Copan on Monday 27th April 2015 at the Carlsberg Centre Cophenhagen This workshop is intended to provide those who are interested in automating a microbiology laboratory with an insight into the impact it will have and the work undertaken to implement a system Read more Tweet PanCeltic Microbiology Meeting 2013 Posted on June 26th 2013 by Deborah Robinson Categories Exhibitions News No Comments Tags A35 workstation Anaerobic Workstation Don Whitley Scientific PanCeltic Microbiology Meeting WASPLab Thank you to all those who visited the Don Whitley Scientific stand at the recent PanCeltic Microbiology Meeting

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  • Tag Archive for "Whitley A35" -
    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 Queens University Belfast Posted on October 20th 2014 by Deborah Robinson Categories Australia Case Study Germany News No Comments Tags A35 workstation A45 Workstation anaerobic chamber Anaerobic Microbiology Anaerobic Workstation Don Whitley Scientific Whitley A35 Groundbreaking research conducted at Queen s University Belfast s School of Pharmacy and the Centre for Infection and Immunity has led to new knowledge about cystic fibrosis CF that is being applied to patient care This video produced by Video Services at QUB explains new clinical trials where CF patients are participating in a clinical study aimed at bringing medicines and treatments to people faster An important recent finding was that the lungs of people with CF are host to many different types of bacteria The team are working to identify which ones may cause problems for people with CF As part of this identification project patient samples are processed in the laboratory in anaerobic workstations the video shows staff using Whitley A35 and A45 Workstation s The university is also working on better ways of delivering drugs to CF lungs including the

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  • Tag Archive for "Whitley A55 Workstation" -
    the active ingredients listed above at similar concentrations to those shown can also be safely used inside Whitley Workstations If you wish to use a disinfectant containing active ingredients not listed here please contact us for advice before proceeding Why should I contact DWS for advice will any damage not be covered under my warranty Unfortunately we cannot cover under the equipment s warranty any damage caused to a Whitley Workstation as a result of exposure to products that have not been approved by us Can I use Virkon as my preferred sanitising solution After a thorough study lasting 20 weeks we concluded that the presence of any uncovered containers of Virkon in anaerobic and variable atmosphere workstations leads to the degradation of stainless steel brass and some other metal components The effect is more considerable when oxygen is present in the selected gas mixture These conclusions are supported by technical information available on the Virkon manufacturer s website and independent observations by an Institute of Materials metallurgist If Virkon is the preferred sanitising solution these adverse effects can be minimised by ensuring that Virkon within any workstation is always kept in a covered vessel when not in use OK so what s the best way to clean the acrylic parts of a Whitley 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

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