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Ophthalmology / Vision

Below are a few ways scientists can perform vision research with BioSpherix’s cell equipment:

  • simulate physiologic O2 levels in ocular tissue
  • maintain multipotent properties of retinal progenitors
  • control differentiation to desired ocular lineage
  • remove ROS/oxidative stress artifact
  • induce oxidative stress/ROS production
  • induce ocular angiogenesis
  • reproducibly model ROP and OIR


Cell Equipment

ProOx C21 & C-Chamber

Cell Research – physiologic oxygen chamber, hypoxia chamber with static control of O2 and CO2ProOx C21 & C-Chamber

Xvivo System

Cell Research – physiologic oxygen incubator and hood system, hypoxia workstation, hypoxia glove box with independently programmable control of O2, CO2, and Temperature in one (or more) modular incubator chamber(s) and/or cell handling chamber(s) – Xvivo System

Animal Equipment

ProOx 360 & A-Chamber

Animal Modeling – hypoxia chamber with static control of O2ProOx 360 & A-Chamber

OxyCycler A84XOV & A-Chamber

Animal Modeling – hypoxia chamber with static control of O2OxyCycler A84XOV & A-Chamber

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Lab References

Vision Research at University of Iowa

Retinopathy Research at Julius Maximilian University of Wuerzburg

Retinal Vascular Research at Medical College of Wisconsin