News at Iprasense in 2020

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First CYTONOTE delivered to COVID-19 research program

October 13

We are all currently fighting the Coronavirus epidemic around the world. All means are implemented to obtain rapid results, especially on the establishment of a potential treatment.
The need is immediate and urgent. At IPRASENSE, we are proud to contribute, at our level, to the COVID-19 fight. Our CYTONOTE has been recently selected by research institutes including the CDC in China, on a COVID-19 research program. The scientists were particularly attracted by the ease of use of this live cell-imaging system in BSL3 laboratories difficult handling conditions. It is so simple to install and to use remotely, you just have to place your flask, petri dishes or well plate on the CYTONOTE in your incubator and follow your cell culture in real time from your computer outside the Lab environment. The CYTONOTE thus saves considerable time and increases safety.
This doesn’t help to the current disaster but we hope the biologists will obtain good results for a better understanding of the disease and treatment.

 

High Throughput cell culture applications by IPRASENSE & GSK

October 13

Learn how the NORMA 4S is seamlessly integrated into the Ambr15 for automatic VCD and provide advantages over existing technologies !

 

REPLAY WEBINAR

October 19

Viable Cell Density and Viability in High Throughput Cell Culture Applications – Learn how the NORMA 4S is seamlessly integrated into the Ambr15 for automatic VCD and provide advantages over existing technologies ! REPLAY HERE

 

Discovery of a new biological rhythm

December 7

By carrying out dry mass measurements on different types of human cells, IRIG researchers in collaboration with CEA-Leti have demonstrated the existence of a new biological rhythm lasting 4 hours and manifesting itself between two cell divisions. These results contribute to the current understanding of ultradian biological clocks and could potentially have strong implications in the field of health.
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