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12.09.2019: Nanion TWMU Ion Channel Forum on 03 - 04.10.2018

 
Meeting Venue: Tokyo Woman's Medical University, Japan

This year the “TWMU Ion Channel Channel Forum 2019” and electrophysiology workshop will be held.

Please feel free to join us (entrance is free of charge).

Venue: Tokyo Women's Medical University / Waseda University Collaboration Center for Advanced Biomedical Science Research and Education (abbreviation: TWIns, Shinjuku)

Date: Forum: Friday, October 4, 2019, 10: 00-17: 00 (9: 30-reception starts) TWIns 2nd floor meeting room

Social gathering: Friday, October 4, 2019, 17: 30-19: 30, Keio Plaza Hotel

Workshop: Thursday, October 3, 2019, 10: 00-16: 30 TWIns 3F Nanion Tokyo Lab


Registration:

Registration can also be done through the secure form here or you can also send an email to info@nanion.jp.


Instructors/ Speakers:

Dr. Tatsuya Shimizu (Tokyo Women's Medical University)

Measurement of Nav1.5 channel related to heart disease using Syncropatch 384 / Emiko Hayama (Tokyo Women's Medical University)

Use of SURFE²R in ion pump research / Professor Yoshiki Kajima (University of Tokyo)

Development of multi-ion channel screening using SyncroPatch 384PE (Part 2) / Professor Masafumi Doi (Daiichi Sankyo RD Novare)

Ion channel synthesis using cell-free technology and channel activity evaluation using orbit mini / Professor Hiroyuki Takeda (Ehime University)

New features of Biomek i-Series that support SyncroPatch 384i / Hiroshi Tarui (Beckman Coulter)

Dr. Rocio K. Finol-Urdaneta (Illawarra Health and Medical Research Institute)

Dr. Ronald Li (Novoheart)

Dr. David Dalrymple (SB Drug Discovery)

Dr. Niels Fertig (Nanion Technologies GmbH)

Dr. Sonja Stoelzle-Feix (Nanion Technologies GmbH)

..... and more to come!


Workshop:

This year's electrophysiology workshop is scheduled to:

・ High-throughput Late Na+ measurement using the Nav1.5 cell line (SyncroPatch384PE)

・ Late Na+ measurement of iPS cell-derived cardiomyocytes (Port-a-Patch)

・ Single channel recording by lipid bilayer method (Orbit mini)


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