09.06.2020: Nanion Newsbites - May 2020 Recap
Nanion Newsbites: May 2020 Highlights
In the latest edition of our quarterly recap we highlight our SyncroPatch 384i High-End Instrument Grant award, where for a limited time we are giving you the chance to win a Free High-Throughput Automated Patch Clamp system. We featured the following publications:
Download the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A publication here: Accounting for variability in ion current recordings using a mathematical model of artefacts in voltage-clamp experiments
Download the Nature Scientific Reports publication here: Cross-site and cross-platform variability of automated patch clamp assessments of drug effects on human cardiac currents in recombinant cells
Additionally, we announced our next webinar: "Functional studies on membrane transporters using the SURFE2R N1 – Introduction"
Date: 16. June 2020
Time: 4:00 PM CET / 10:00 AM EDT
Dr. Maria Barthmes (Product Manager at Nanion Technologies) and Dr. Andre Bazzone (Application Scientists at Nanion Technologies) will lead a remote demo from our lab.
During this webinar you will learn all about SSM-based electrophysiology and its applications.
First, we discuss the basics and principles behind this technology in depth. Then we focus on practical topics, like preparation of samples and experimental workflows, and finally introduce some datasets to highlight the potential and possibilities for membrane transporter studies.
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Lastly, we present our latest application notes dealing with P2X3 and its implications in chronic cough. Download the application notes here.
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