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18.06.2021: Nanion Newsbites - TRPA1 – Role in nociception, pain and cardiovascular conditions

Nanion Newsbites: June 2021 Highlights

In the latest edition of our quarterly recap we highlight our SURFE2R N1 Grant award, where for a limited time we are giving you the chance to win a platform supporting label-free, functional transporter measurements in real time.

Let us know if you would attend a Hybrid User Meeting later this year, take our anonmyous survey here


Featured Publications for download:
Applying automated patch-clamp to disease modeling: recapitulate phenotypes of Brugada syndrome using iPSC-CMs
[bioRxiv]

The Agonist Action of Alkylphenols on TRPA1 Relates to Their Effects on Membrane Lipid Order: Implications for TRPA1-Mediated Chemosensation
[International Journal of Molecular Sciences]


Upcoming Webinars:

Channelopathies resolved via cryo-EM and X-ray crystallography: an investigation of muscle excitation-contraction coupling
Date: June 29th, 2021, 5 PM CEST / 11AM EDT

Presenter:
Dr. Filip Van Petegem, University of British Columbia
(Professor, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology - University of British Columbia)

Register your attendance or access on-demand

Research Ins]i[ghts:
Nanion's Transporter Webinar Series (Session 3)
SSM-electrophysiology as a Tool for Uncovering Transporter Function

Date: Thursday July 1st, 4 PM CEST, 10 AM EDT

Presenters: 
Olga Boudker, Professor of Physiology and Biophysics
(Weill Cornell Medical College)

Lars Jeuken, Professor of Molecular Biophysics,
(Faculty of Biological Sciences, University of Leeds)

Register your attendance or access on-demand


Webinars Now Available On-Demand:

Research Ins]i[ghts:
Nanion's Transporter Webinar Series (Session 2)
Secondary transport inhibition and regulation by SSM-electrophysiology
[Watch Here]

Cardiac Safety Symposium 2021
We enjoyed getting up to date with all the latest advances in cardiac safety pharmacology in this symposium last month. Now Available On-Demand!
Revisit the best moments.


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