• Nanion Technologies: イオンチャネル研究のスマートツール

    Nanion Technologies: イオンチャネル研究のスマートツール

  • SyncroPatch 384i: HTS Automated Patch Clamp

    SyncroPatch 384i: HTS Automated Patch Clamp

  • SURFE²R 96SE: ラベルフリーのトランスポーターHTS

    SURFE²R 96SE: ラベルフリーのトランスポーターHTS

  • Dynamic Clamp: Patchliner

    Dynamic Clamp: Patchliner

  • 脂質二分子膜実験: Orbitシリーズ

    脂質二分子膜実験: Orbitシリーズ

  • CardioExcyte 96 SOL: 心筋の光ペーシング

    CardioExcyte 96 SOL: 心筋の光ペーシング

Our Product Portfolio

SyncroPatch 384i

SyncroPatch 384i

Patchliner

Patchliner

Port-a-Patch

Port-a-Patch

Port-a-Patch mini

Port-a-Patch mini

CardioExcyte 96

CardioExcyte 96

FLEXcyte 96

FLEXcyte 96

SURFE²R 96SE

SURFE²R 96SE

SURFE²R N1

SURFE²R N1

Orbit 16

Orbit 16

Orbit Mini

Orbit Mini

Vesicle Prep Pro

Vesicle Prep Pro

Dr. Carol Milligan - Statement about the Patchliner

icon pl   "In 2006 we purchased two of Nanion's very first Patchliner systems for our laboratories at the University of Leeds. We have been working with both systems very successfully for nearly four years now which is reflected in our recent high quality publications.
We operate both Patchliner systems on a daily basis, serving five different laboratories within the Faculty of Biological Sciences. Due to the diversity between the five groups, our Patchliners have been thoroughly put through their paces. This means that we have tested a large variety of different cells and a vast array of channel types, both endogenously and exogenously expressed. For example, we have investigated endogenous transient receptor potential (TRP) channels in human vascular smooth muscle cells and human synoviocytes. In addition, we have studied endogenous ion channels in primary astrocytes, human lymphoblasts and neutrophils, to mention a few.

Company Customers Carol 330The high data output has resulted in the production of an enormous amount of extremely good quality data using both native and primary mammalian cells. Our ability to make successful recordings from primary cells using the Patchliner is an extraordinary accomplishment, especially because the primary cell types that we work with are generally very difficult to record from using conventional patch clamp. Another impressive feature of this platform is its ability to perform routine intracellular perfusion which has enabled studies which might not have previously been attempted. We have also included our new technology as part of our annual 'Leeds Ion Channel Workshop' where it is well received. The Patchliner has turned out to be a show case project for us and has opened up new opportunities which I believe will play important roles in the future successes of research projects here in Leeds."

Dr. Carol Milligan, Research Fellow
Faculty of Biological Science, Leeds University, Leeds, UK

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