SPONSORED WEBINAR: Understanding the Heart’s Intracellular Orchestra: Functional Characterization of Excitation-Contraction Coupling in Cardiomyocytesionoptix2022-08-02T19:01:32-05:00
In this webinar, Dr. Soughayer and Dr. Veteto will present tools to characterize E-C coupling in isolated adult cardiomyocytes and iPSC-/ESC-derived cardiomyocytes. They will describe how these tools work and how they quantify important functional outputs describing the speed and amplitude of calcium release and reuptake, as well as downstream myocyte shortening and relengthening. Real world examples of data collection, analysis, and interpretation will also be shown.
Join us for a live demo! We’ll show measurements through a range of pacing frequencies (1-4Hz) as well as pre- and post-isoproterenol treatment using our CytoMotion software and MultiCell system. After acquisition, we’ll show how to analyze and visualize data using our CytoSolver analysis.
SPONSORED WEBINAR: A Comprehensive How-To Demonstration of Higher Throughput Excitation-Contraction Coupling Investigationsionoptix2022-02-14T13:14:41-05:00
During this live webinar, Michiel Helmes and Diederik Kuster will deliver a comprehensive how-to demonstration of higher throughput excitation-contraction coupling investigations with isolated cardiomyocytes.
This case study demonstrates the feasibility of simultaneous voltage, calcium, and contractility recordings in single isolated cardiomyocytes using our MultiCell system.
This case study shines a spotlight on the value of MultiCell's mark-and-find functionality. Data that used to take weeks is collected in hours.
Learn how you can get the most from your myocytes! Working with the MultiCell HTS on the basis of a case study, you will get hands-on experience to help improve your experimental design, data collection, and data analysis.
Following the successful completion of our Phase I goals of prototyping, testing, and developing a new high-throughput cardiac myocyte acquisition system, IonOptix has been awarded Phase II funding from the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant