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17. - 21.02.2018 | 62th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society

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Conference Venue: Moscone Center, San Francisco, USA

Go to the Conference website here.


Visit us at booth #629

- Meet Niels Fertig, Andrea Brüggemann, Frank Henrichsen, Michael George, Maria Barthmes, Claudia Haarmann from Nanion headquarters in Munich and Rodolfo Haedo, Corina Bot, James Costantin, George Okeyo and Tim Strassmaier from Nanion Inc. USA.
 
Join the Nanion Week at Biophysics
and download our flyer summarizing all of our activities here.


Nanion Symposium:
"Newest Advances in Ion Channel and Transporter Assays": 

Attend our symposium including live demonstrations:

Monday February 19, 12:30 - 2:00 PM and 2:300 - 4:00 PM, Room 6.
Title: "Newest Advances in Ion Channel and Transporter Assays"
Download the program flyer here.

Overview:

Monday February 19, 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM, Room 6:
Title: "PART ONE: Ion Channel Analysis – Today’s contemporary systems for safety and efficacy screening"
Download the workshop abstract here.

Monday February 19, 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM, Room 6:
Title: "PART TWO: Paving the way for in depth Pore-, Ion Channel- and Electrogenic Transporter Analysis"
Download the workshop abstract here.

Monday February 19, 3:30 PM - 4:00 PM, Room 6:
Live demonstrations of the Orbit mini and SURFE²R N1 instruments.

Register here

 


Membrane Biophysics Subgroup Meeting:

We are sponsoring the Membrane Biophysics subgoup meeting:

Saturday February 17, 1:00 - 6:00 PM: Meet our team during the symposium.
North Lower Lobby Room 25.
View the program here.


JGP-SGP Mixer:

Meet us at this evening event, organized by the Society of General Physiologists and Journal of General Physiology :

Sunday February 18, 9:00 - 11:00 PM
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 701 Mission Street (across the street from the Moscone Center).

Register here.


Oral Presentations and Posters:
  • Our following abstract has been chosen for an oral presentation:
    (The data were generated in collaboration with the Department of Chemistry, LMU Munich, Germany and the Deptartment of Chemistry, NYU, New York, USA)

"CHARACTERIZATION OF PHOTOSWITCHABLE SODIUM CHANNEL INHIBITORS BY PLANAR PATCH CLAMP"
Sunday February 18, 4:15 PM, Esplanade Room 153, Platform Session title: "Voltage-gated Na and Ca Channels", Program #: 200-Plat
Presenting Author: Dr. Andrea Brüggemann, Nanion Technologies.
Download the abstract here.
 

  • We are presenting the following posters:

"INVESTIGATIONS INTO IDIOSYNCRATIC DRUG-INDUCED HEPATOTOXICITY AND CHRONIC PROLIFERATION OF CANCER CELLS USING A LABEL-FREE METHOD" 
Monday February 19, Exhibit Hall ABC, Session title: "Cellular Signaling and Metabolic Networks", Board #: B573, Program #: 1664-Pos
Download the poster abstract here.

"EAAT3 INVESTIGATED USING SSM-BASED HTS ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY ON THE SURFE²R 96SE"
Monday February 19, Exhibit Hall ABC, Session title: "Membrane Pumps, Transporters, and Exchangers II", Board #: B554, Program #: 1645-Pos
Download the poster abstract here.

"INTRODUCING SIMULATED IK1 INTO HUMAN iPSC-CARDIOMYOCYTES USING DYNAMIC CLAMP ON AN AUTOMATED PATCH CLAMP SETUP"
Monday February 19, Exhibit Hall ABC, Session title: "Ion Channels, Pharmacology, and Disease I", Board #: B448, Program #: 1539-Pos
Download the poster abstract here.

 

  • Do not miss the following poster presentations in collaboration with our partners:

Ionera on the orbit product family:

"MEMBRANE ARRAYS FOR SINGLE-CHANNEL RECORDINGS"
Sunday February 18, Session title: "Micro- and Nanotechnology I", Board #: B690, Program #: 920-Pos

"ARTIFICIAL DIAMIDOPHOSPHOLIPIDS: MONITORING BILAYER PROPERTIES USING MEMBRANE ARRAY TECHNIQUE"
Sunday February 18, Exhibit Hall ABC, Session title: "Membrane structure I", Board #: B303, Program #: 533-Pos

Icagen on the SyncroPatch 384PE:

"DEVELOPMENT OF HIGH THROUGHPUT ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY ASSAYS OF RECOMBINANT NAV1.9 CHANNELS"
Wednesday February 21, Exhibit Hall ABC. Session title: "Voltage-gated Na Channels", Board #:B351, Program #: 3143-Pos

Axxam on Optogenetics:

"TRANSPORTED BY LIGHT. OPTOGENETIC CONTROL OF NCX1"
Monday February 19, Exhibit Hall ABC, Session title: "Membrane Pumps, Transporters, and Exchangers II", Board B551, Program #: 1642-Pos

"OPTOGENETIC TECHNOLOGIES ENABLE HIGH THROUGHPUT ION CHANNEL DRUG DISCOVERY AND TOXICITY SCREENING"
Tuesday February 20, Exhibit Hall ABC, Session title: "Ion Channels, Pharmacology, and Disease II", Board # B431, Program #: 2415-Pos

 

  • Further poster and platform presentations from our customers:

Amgen (Kaylee Choi and Joe McGivern) on KV1.3 potassium channels measured on the SyncroPatch 384PE:

"DEVELOPMENT OF AN AUTOMATED ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY ASSAY FOR KV1.3 USING NANION SYNCROPATCH 384PE"
Monday February 19, Exhibit Hall ABC, Session title: "5C Voltage-gated K Channels & Mechanisms of Voltage Sensing & Gating", Board # B392, Program #: 1483-Pos

Vanderbilt University (Shan Parikh et al.) on optically stimulated iPSC-derived cardiomyocytes measured on the CardioExcyte 96:

"HIGH-THROUGHPUT INVESTIGATION OF CONTRACTILE AND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF OPTICALLY STIMULATED HIPSC-CM MONOLAYERS"
Tuesday February 20, 12:00 PM, Esplanade room 154, Session title: "4G Cardiac, Smooth & Skeletal Muscle Electrophysiology", Program #: 1890-Plat

AstraZeneca & Genedata (Leigh Foster et al.) on higher throughput measurements of cardiac ion channels on the SyncroPatch 384PE:

"A NEW ANALYSIS PIPELINE TO IMPROVE ASSESSMENT OF CARDIAC LIABILITY IN HIGH THROUGHPUT ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY SCREENS WITH ROUTINE MOA DETECTION FOR SLOW ONSET COMPOUNDS"
Wednesday February 21, Exhibit Hall ABC, Session title: "4G Cardiac, Smooth & Skeletal Muscle Electrophysiology", Board #: B302, Program #: 3094-Pos

 

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