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  • Tag Archive for "Whitley A95 Workstation" -
    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 Consistent growth Just what you need for your anaerobes Posted on October 23rd 2014 by Deborah Robinson Categories Australia Germany News Press Releases No Comments Tags A95 A95 Anaerobic Cabinet anaerobic cabinet anaerobic chamber anaerobic conditions monitoring Anaerobic Microbiology Anaerobic Workstation Don Whitley Scientific microbes Whitley A95 Workstation From our first workstation nearly 40 years ago our product range continues to grow and grow Our latest enterprise the A95 Anaerobic Workstation as featured in the official IBMS 2015 diary has four unique gloveports that double as sample transfer systems a huge incubation capacity a large integral airlock an intuitive full colour 7 touchscreen network connectivity data downloading and anaerobic conditions monitoring For more information please contact us e sales dwscientific co uk t 44 0 1274 595728 Tweet NEW Spotlight accessory for Whitley H85 A85 and A95 Workstations Posted on May 19th 2014 by Deborah Robinson Categories Australia Germany Hypoxystations News Press Releases

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  • Tag Archive for "Whitley i2 Instrument Workstation" -
    signalling and metabolic circuitry in order to fuel their growth and proliferation and or adapt to conditions of oxygen and nutrient deprivation The Signalling and Cancer Metabolism Team led by Dr George Poulogiannis uses high throughput technologies including mass spectrometry based metabolomics and utilizes the Seahorse XF Analyzer to measure the basal oxygen consumption and glycolysis rates in order to reveal the metabolic dependencies of breast cancer driven alterations We are using a Whitley i2 Instrument Workstation to 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

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  • Miscellaneous Spares
    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 Home Products Miscellaneous Spares Miscellaneous Spares Filter by Product Products Whitley Anaerobic Workstations Whitley Hypoxic Workstations Whitley HEPA Workstations Whitley Instrument Workstations Whitley Microaerophilic Workstations Spiral Plating Lab Automation Tissue Culture Systems Mechanical Stimulation Culture Flow Culture Microfluidics Rapid Methods Sample Preparation Media Preparation Colony Counting Autoclaving Environmental Monitoring Anaerobic Jar System General Laboratory Products Miscellaneous Spares Got A Question Request A Callback Need some help choosing the ideal workstation for your application Here are three selection tools to help you narrow down your search Please only use one search filter at a time These can be changed by clearing the form or changing the value entered Filter By Maximum Incubation Capacity No of 90mm Petri dishes Or 96 well plates Or T25 culture flasks Or T75 culture flasks Or T175 culture flasks Clear Search Airlock Capacity No of 90mm Petri dishes Or 96 well plates Or T25 culture flasks Or T75 culture flasks Or T175 culture flasks Clear Search Gas Supplies Pre mixed gas ANO2 and N2 H2 N2 and CO2 CO2 Air and N2 H2 N2 CO2 Air and N2 Air N2 Clear Search Got A Question Request A Callback Spare parts and consumables for discontinued products Products Whitley Anaerobic

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  • Tubing Set 6.4mm for PMi
    Clinical Microbiology of Anaerobes Leeds 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 Home Consumables Tubing Set 6 4mm for PMi Got A Question Request A Callback Overview Tubing Set 6 4mm for PMi Product Code S02347 Tubing Set 6 4mm with dispensing and priming nozzles for PMi peristaltic pump Ideal for dispensing volumes from 50 to 300ml Rollover Image to Zoom Additional Images Videos View further images videos Products Whitley Anaerobic Workstations Whitley Hypoxic Workstations Whitley HEPA Workstations Whitley Instrument Workstations Whitley Microaerophilic Workstations Spiral Plating Lab Automation Tissue Culture Systems More

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  • Turbo Tubing Set
    the Team Workstation Poster Grant Corporate Literature Practical and Clinical Microbiology of Anaerobes Leeds 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 Home Consumables Turbo Tubing Set Got A Question Request A Callback Overview Turbo Tubing Set Product Code M10650 Turbo tubing set to connect for APS One Rollover Image to Zoom Additional Images Videos View further images videos Products Whitley Anaerobic Workstations Whitley Hypoxic Workstations Whitley HEPA Workstations Whitley Instrument Workstations Whitley Microaerophilic Workstations Spiral Plating Lab Automation Tissue Culture Systems More Products About Us About Us Certificates Testimonials Export Sales History

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  • Don Whitley Scientific - User Area
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  • Whitley A35 Workstation catered for this and more With ample space to work to incubate a substantial number of plates and or broth cultures and store equipment such as pipettes and pipette tip boxes this workstation provides everything The touch screen and wireless foot pedals make using the workstation easy even for first time users and a demo was also provided by the Don Whitley technical sales staff at our

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  • easy to handle Requires minimal training for operation and there is minimal maintenance Specimen processing incubation and examination of cultures can be safely done without exposure to atmospheric oxygen The instant access porthole system makes it easy to handle the culture plates and makes it a completely gloveless environment Some of the other user friendly options in this workstation include a removable front which helps in cleaning in case of

    Original URL path: http://www.dwscientific.co.uk/about-us/testimonials/detail/popup.php?testimonial_id=75 (2016-02-11)
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