Closed incubators and
hoods that simulate the
low oxygen stem cell niche
STRUGGLING TO MAKE AN IMPACT WITH LIMITED TIME & MONEY?
Most labs aren’t equipped with incubators and hoods that simulate physioxia in the stem cell environment. Room air introduces reactive oxygen species (ROS) which alters reprogramming, differentiation, phenotype, cell fate and function.
Get the right equipment for controlling cell culture conditions that mimic the physioxic stem cell niche.
How do I get cytocentric equipment FOR SIMULATING THE Low Oxygen Stem Cell Niche?
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Cytocentric Blog – Interview with Cytocentric Visionary: Hal Broxmeyer, Indiana University – How the Shock of Room Air Oxygen Reduces Stem Cell Yields How the Shock of Room Air Oxygen Reduces Stem Cell Yields
Perinatal Stem Cell Society – Cord Blood Hematopoietic Stem Cell Function is Affected by In Vitro Oxygen
Full-time Control of Conditions During Cell Handling Enhances the Growth of Human Mesenchymal Stromal Cell Cultures Alicia D. Henn1, Claudia Schwartz2, Shannon S. Darou1, Randy Yerden1 1 BioSpherix Ltd., Parish, NY, USA 2 Lonza Cologne GmbH, Koeln, Germany
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