Latest On Demand Webinars
Roundtable: COVID-19: Immune Response and Vaccine Efficacy
Since the arrival of COVID-19 late last year, researchers have been working tirelessly to learn more about SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for the disease, and how our body responds to infection.
Generation and Functional Characterization of hiPSC-Derived Cardiomyocytes
During this webinar, we will discuss our hiPSC-derived cardiomyocytes and a custom service we provide for their electrophysiological characterization using microelectrode arrays (MEA). The focus is on the development of disease models and cardiotoxicity screening.
Multicellular Tissue Models and Methods to Identify Tool Compounds for Interrogation of Novel Targets
Watch this webinar to find out more about models designed for cell-to-cell interactions and fragment-based libraries.
Exploiting the Biophysical "Sweet Spot" in Fragment Screening
Watch this webinar to discover more about the uses of bioscreening methodologies and how they are beneficial to the user.
Cell Counting and Viability: Faster Results Through Automation
Whether cells are being used to manufacture a therapeutic drug product or drug efficacy testing in pharmacology, measuring the cell viability and concentration accurately and with good reproducibility is crucial.
A Microphysiological Model of Metastatic Progression
Metastatic disease is the leading cause of mortality in patients with solid tumors. Despite decades of research, we only partially understand the underlying cellular and molecular mechanisms.
Testing on Humans: How To Predict Hepatotoxicity and Drug Clearance Ahead of Clinical Trials Using Liver-on-a-Chip
Current in vitro approaches for investigational toxicology, drug metabolism (DMPK) and safety are limited and are not fully representative of human response; therefore, drugs showing acceptable preclinical toxicity often fail in human clinical trials, and accurately predicting human drug exposure for new compounds is challenging and costly.
The Rhythm of Life: Using Microfluidics To Mimic Blood Flow in Single- and Multi-Organ-on-a-Chip Models
Microphysiological systems (MPS), or organ-on-chip (OOC) technologies, enable researchers to model human biology in the lab via 3D microtissue-based studies.
Automated Solutions for Scalable and Consistent Sample Preparation
In these interviews from the KingFisher Symposium at ESHG 2019, discover more about the use of automated instruments in bioanalysis.