Thursday, 4 February 2016

Silensomes: Quantifying the Contribution of CYP Enzymes in Drug Metabolism

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Silensomes: Quantifying the Contribution of CYP Enzymes in Drug Metabolism
Caltag Medsystems
Silensomes™: the model of choice for determining the CYP contribution during the development of a new chemical entity
Silensomes™ are human pooled liver microsomes in which one specific CYP has been chemically knocked out. Silensomes™ is a single unique and representative model, capable of directly quantifying and predicting the contribution of CYP enzymes in drug metabolism.
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Monday, 1 February 2016

Live Webinar: Cell Storage Best Practices

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Medsystems
Live Webinar: Cell Storage Best Practices
Caltag Medsystems
Cell Storage Best Practices: Techniques to Ensure Greater Research Results
Presented By AllCells
Wednesday 10th February, 16.00 GMT
Featuring: Cryopreservation Specialist, Michael George. This webinar will introduce cell storage equipment and techniques providing the most up-to-date trends in research today. Special emphasis will be placed on human primary cell storage, cryopreservation, and transportation.  Topics to be covered in the webinar include:
- Background on life science storage methods
- Advantages/disadvantages of storage equipment
- What not to do (common mistakes/misconceptions)
- Interview with James Lee, Associate Director of Production, AllCells
- Q&A

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Friday, 29 January 2016

Investigating Parkinson's Disease: Mitophagy & How to Visualise it

 
Investigating Parkinson's Disease: Mitophagy & How to Visualise it 
Mitophagy
Mitohpagy is believed to protect against diseases relating to mitochondrial dysfunctions, most importantly Parkinson's Disease.
The fluorescent protein Keima has an excitation spectrum that changes according to pH, allowing mitophagy to be observed before and after drug treatment. 
Read more >> 
Keima-Red Products from MBL International:
mKeima-Red (Target organelle: Mitochondria)
mKeima-Red (Target organelle: Plasma membrane)
mKeima-Red (Target organelle: Nucleoplasm)
MBL International Corp. | 15A Constitution Way | Woburn | MA | 01801 | USA
Caltag Medsystems is the UK distributor for MBL International. For more information please contact:
T: +44(0)1280 827460 | F: +44(0)1280 827466 | E: office@caltagmedsystems.co.ukwww.caltagmedsystems.co.uk         www.mblintl.com 

Thursday, 28 January 2016

Non-Foetal Human Cells Available

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Medsystems
Non-Foetal Human Cells Available
Caltag Medsystems
Caltag Medsystems has access to a large number of human cell types of non-foetal origin, including fibroblasts, cardiomyocytes and haematological cells. 


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Friday, 22 January 2016

Biochemicals, Small Molecules, Inhibitors & Lipids

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Biochemicals, Small Molecules, Inhibitors & Lipids
Caltag Medsystems

Here at Caltag Medsystems, we provide thousands of biochemicals and small molecule products. Our diverse range of compounds cover a huge variety of research applications, including apoptosis, neuroscience, immunology, cancer and metabolism.


Alternatively, if you would like to receive a copy of our brochure in the post, pleasecontact us with your delivery address.

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Monday, 11 January 2016

A New Generation of Hydrogel for 3D Cell Culture

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A New Generation of Hydrogel for 3D Cell Culture
Caltag Medsystems
BIOMIMESYS® Advantages
Biomimesys is ready-to-use. Open the 96 well plate and add your cells directly on top of the matrix. 

BIOMIMESYS®: Mimetic Hydrogel for 3D Cell Culture
Cells are cultured under physiological conditions representative of the microenvironment found in whole tissues. The highly porous nature of the scaffold allows for rapid uptake of nutrients, oxygen, etc. into the cells to create a reproducible study model for all downstream analytical techniques used with 3D cell culture.

BIOMIMESYS® Hepatocyte: Liver Extracellular Microenvironment
Available in a ready-to-use format for 3D culture of hepatocytes and hepatocyte-like cells under physiological conditions representative of the liver microenvironment.

BIOMIMESYS® Adipocyte: Cell Culture Mimicking the Fat Cell Microenvironment
For the 3D culture of adipocytes and adipocyte-like cells under physiological conditions. Representative of the adipose tissue microenvironment.

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Friday, 8 January 2016

Keratinocytes for your research needs


Keratinocytes, the main cell type of the epidermis, provide a protective barrier against environmental damage such as bacteria, fungi, parasites, viruses, dehydration, and heat. Keratinocytes produce keratin and play a significant role in tissue repair and wound healing. Keratinocytes are also involved in skin innate immunity and tissue homeostasis. Cultured human primary keratinocytes can be used to study the mechanisms of wound healing, psorasis, and skin cancer.
Human Epidermal Keratinocytes (Cat. #2100, 2110, 2120)                      - Cryopreserved at P0 and delivered frozen. 
- Each vial contains >5 x 105 cells in 1 ml volume.   
- Recommended medium: Keratinocyte Medium (Cat. #2101)Human Epidermal 

Keratinocytes-neonatal >>
Human Epidermal Keratinocytes-adult >>
Human Epidermal Keratinocytes-fetal >> 
Human Hair Follicular Keratinocytes (Cat. #2440)
- Cryopreserved at P0 and delivered frozen. 
- Each vial contains >5 x 105 cells in 1 ml volume.
- Guaranteed to further expand for 15 population doublings. 
- Recommended medium: Keratinocyte Medium (Cat. #2101)                       
Human Oral Keratinocytes (Cat. #2610)
- Cryopreserved at Passage one and delivered frozen. 
- Each vial contains >5 x 105 cells in 1 ml volume.
- Guaranteed to further expand for 10 population doublings. 

- Recommended medium: Oral Keratinocyte Medium (Cat. #2611)                      

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