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.

Oxygen influences multiple physiological parameters within cells. In addition to monitoring and controlling for CO2, humidity and temperature, scientists should consider the assessment of oxygen levels for in vitro studies. By removing a potential confounding factor, researchers can improve both scientific reproducibility and relevant outcomes.

This webinar hosted by Scintica Instrumentation builds on these concepts and discusses the importance of oxygen in cell culture. Dr. Nicky Pansters describes a better method for defining O2 concentration as well as options for monitoring and controlling oxygen levels. He also provides a brief overview of relevant scientific publications. Webinar participants will gain a better understanding of how accurate oxygen regulation will contribute to improved reproducibility of their experimental work, and what next steps to take to improve future research outputs.

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Product Manager
Scintica Instrumentation

Production Partner

Scintica Instrumentation, Inc.

Scintica Instrumentation provides sales, service and support for life science research products in the US, Canada and Europe. Our product portfolio includes equipment primarily designed for use with small animals from Optiscan-ViewnVivo, Indus Instruments, Oxford Optronix, Kaha Sciences, MDE GmbH and UNO BV Anesthesia.

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