Oxford Optronix is at the forefront of the design, development and manufacture of sophisticated instrumentation for the life sciences. Their range of products includes single and multi-channel tissue vitality monitors (blood flow and oxygen), hypoxia chambers and automated colony counters. With a history of innovative research and development and unmatched customer service, it has achieved global success in the preclinical research space.
All of Oxford Optronix’s products are designed and manufactured in-house by experienced scientists, engineers and technicians with R&D backgrounds, and they are particularly proud of their close and long-established relationships with a number of universities and research institutes with whom they continue to collaborate on a range of exciting projects.
An educational webinar providing an overview of the effects of oxygen concentration during in vitro cell culturing and how to accurately determine and regulate O2 levels during experiments.
Experts present new, ground breaking research using the latest in fibre optic sensing technology to obtain dissolved oxygen and microvascular blood perfusion in models of Acute Kidney Injury (AKI).