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Cell Stretching Systems
As a researcher in the field of mechanotransduction, you understand the importance of simulating physiological conditions in your lab. But you’ve probably experienced the frustration of trying to replicate these conditions without success.
With the STREX Cell Stretching Systems, you have the opportunity to revolutionize your research with our cutting-edge tools. Our cell stretching devices make it simple to implement and analyze mechanotransduction studies in your lab, with pre-programmed ideal stretch patterns and easy-to-use protocols. Whether you’re studying cardiomyocytes, endothelial cells, smooth muscle cells, or osteocytes, our proprietary technology can help unlock the full potential of your research.
Things to consider when setting up a stretch experiment
Stretch experiments are an important tool for modeling biological function and are the focus of great interest in research and industry. This guide provides advice on how to set up a stretch experiment.
Cell Pressurizing Systems
That’s where the Strex Pressure System comes in. With this cutting-edge technology, you can now apply pneumatic pressure to your cultured cells, mimicking physiological stimuli. Whether you’re studying endothelial cells, smooth muscle cells, or epithelial cells in the bladder, kidneys, or intestines, this system can help you achieve your research goals. The Strex Pressure System is fully automated and can be run in either continuous or cyclic mode, allowing you to customize your experiments to fit your specific needs.
As a researcher, you know the importance of maintaining high cell viability during the cryopreservation process. But using traditional liquid nitrogen methods can be time-consuming and complicated.
The CytoSAVER controlled-rate freezer offers liquid nitrogen-free cryopreservation for stem cells, cord blood, and IVF samples used in research. It ensures the integrity and viability of samples with accurate control of the freezing rate and a built-in touch panel for programming and generating PDF reports. It is lightweight, compact, and compliant with FDA Title 21 CFR Part 11. Available in small and mid-size models with corresponding vial racks, it tracks the progress of the cryopreservation process with a comprehensive freezing process graph and real-time temperature updates. Connect with an expert to learn more and schedule a demo.
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