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OLS OMNI Life Science – Your Partner in Cell Research
News | Dr. Andreas Friese
Bremen, March 18, 2021. We are excited to announce our distribution agreement with Namocell Inc., a leading provider of high-performance single cell sorting and dispensing platforms. As of now on OLS OMNI Life Science offers an expanded cell research portfolio focused next to single cell sorting and dispensing on cell culture, counting, flow cytometry, Analysis and Imaging.Read more ›
Live Cell Analysis | Dr. Noelle J.A. Ali
Visualize your spheroids and organoids, 24-Channels at a time!Read more ›
Live Cell Analysis | Dr. Noelle J.A. Ali, Dr. Kathrin Ringwald
In the current times, where several of us are fighting the race against the time to find the cure and prevention for COVID-19, the evaluation and the need for better technologies for virus-mediated cytopathogenicity have become more and more of relevance. The xCELLigence real-time cell analysis (RTCA) from Agilent technologies proves to be one such technology, making use of non-invasive electrical current based measurements.Read more ›
Webinar | Webinar | 10 am CEST
Immuno-Oncology therapies mobilize the human immune system to fight against tumor cells. Since the first immuno-oncology treatment was approved in 2010, this type of therapy has proven it´s great potential in cancer therapies worldwide. Visit our webinar to explore how to easily unravel the effectiveness of stimulated lymphocytes, monoclonal antibodies or checkpoint inhibitors by using xCELLigence Real Time Cell Analyzer. Without any cell labelling, xCELLigence RTCA systems allow the detection of target cell proliferation and killing in a highly sensitive, quantitative manner. Automated real-time measurements at low or high-throughput level result in highly consistent, user-independent results.
Exhibition | EMBL Heidelberg, Meyerhofstraße 1, 69117 Heidelberg | 10 am CEST
Microglia are a resident macrophage of the central nervous system at the intersection of immunology and neuroscience. They have gained increasingly more attention over the past decade as more research shows that they are key contributors to neural circuit development and function. There is also increasing evidence that microglia are also important in the etiology of many nervous system diseases. This workshop will highlight the many important functions of microglia to nervous system physiology and function, the newest and most exciting literature and will bring together researchers using state-of the art imaging, genomics and molecular biology to study these enigmatic cells.