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13.08.2020: Nanion Newsbites - August 2020 Recap

Nanion Newsbites: August 2020 Highlights

In the latest edition of our quarterly recap we highlight our Research Grants Initiatives, where we awarded the SyncroPatch 384i - which is a High-Throughput Automated Patch Clamp system. Additionally, we awarded our FLEXcyte 96 - which allows researchers to analyze the contractility of human iPSC-derived cardiomyocytes or other contractile cells in vitro. 

Download the Expert Opinion on Drug Discovery publication here: Automated patch clamp in drug discovery: major breakthroughs and innovation in the last decade

Download the Journal of Pharmacological and Toxicological Methods publication here: Reliable identification of cardiac liability in drug discovery using automated patch clamp: Benchmarking best practices and calibration standards for improved proarrhythmic assessment


Additionally, we announced our next webinar: "Electrophysiological investigation of integral membrane proteins using the Orbit mini – experiments on lipid bilayers made easy"

Date: 17. September 2020 (Available Live or Register for an On-Demand copy)

Time: 4:00 PM CET / 10:00 AM EDT

Dr. Conrad Weichbrodt (Product Manager at Nanion Technologies) will lead an introduction into the technology and its applications. This will be followed up by a recorded expirement will be narrated play-by-play and followed up with a Q&A session.

The webinar consists of a general introduction of the technology and system. We will discuss a brief overview of it features, applications and optional add-ons. Additionally, we will demonstrate how to perform an experiment on the device showcasing translocation of Polyethylene glycol (PEG) polymers through the well established and commercially available porin alpha-Hemolysin.

Register for the webinar 

Lastly, we present our latest application note dealing with Conduction Velocity in hiPSC-CMs. Download the application note here.


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