Navigation Links
Seahorse XF96 Extracellular Flux Analyzer Wins Best New Product Award for DRUG DISCOVERY at 2009 Molecular Medicine Conference
Date:3/12/2009

BILLERICA, Mass., March 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Seahorse Bioscience, Inc., leader in the real-time measurement of cellular bioenergetics, announced today that the XF96 Extracellular Flux Analyzer, the first analytical instrument for the kinetic measure of mitochondrial oxygen consumption and cytoplasmic glycolysis in a 96-well microplate, was selected as the Best New Product for Drug Discovery Assays & Kits by researchers at the Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference in San Francisco.

"The XF96 Analyzer has revolutionized the way we approach toxicity screening," said Yvonne Will of Pfizer's Compound Safety Prediction Group, who spoke about mitochondrial toxicity at the conference and one of the first users of the XF96. "Since getting the high throughput capabilities of the XF96 Analyzer, we routinely generate 6 point cellular bioenergetic EC50's on our drug candidates - something that just wasn't possible before."

XF Analyzers enable researchers to simultaneously measure the two major energy-producing pathways of the cell in real-time, delivering easy-to-use, information-rich bioenergetic assays to study and develop treatments for obesity, diabetes, ageing and cancer, and to screen for mitochondrial toxicity.

The XF96 Analyzer offers the distinct advantage of making it possible to perform these complex bioenergetic assays in a 96-well microplate. XF Analyzers replace Clark-type electrodes, oxygen or pH sensitive dyes, and radiolabeled substrates.

"Prior to the introduction of our XF instruments the standard method for oxygen measurements was using a Clark electrode, invented in 1953, and a flask of millions of cells," stated Steve Chomicz, Seahorse VP Sales & Marketing. "The XF is the new standard and this award mirrors the positive response we experience everyday from researchers struggling to measure cellular bioenergetics. Seahorse and the XF development team are delighted with CHI'
'/>"/>

SOURCE Seahorse Bioscience, Inc.
Copyright©2009 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2

Related medicine news :

1. Seahorse Bioscience Enters into Agreement with Primetech Corporation to Bring XF Technology to Japanese Market
2. Extracellular protein sensitizes ovarian cancer cells to chemotherapy
3. Abaxis Launches The VetScan(R) HM5 a State-of-the-Art 5-Part Differential Veterinary Hematology Analyzer
4. Abbott Broadens Use of i-STAT Handheld Blood Analyzer with CLIA Waiver Granted by FDA for CHEM8+ Test Cartridge
5. New Gas Analyzer Measures Two Gases at Once!
6. Sysmex America Receives FDA Clearance for XE-5000(TM) Hematology Analyzer
7. China Medical Technologies Receives CE Mark for Two ECLIA Analyzers and 15 Reagents
8. PATHFAST(R): Rapid Whole Blood Immunoassay Analyzer from Polymedco
9. AutoGenomics INFINITI Analyzer Receives Artistic Design Award
10. Escalon(R) Receives FDA 510(k) Clearance to Market the LIASYS(TM) Clinical Chemistry and Immunoturbidimetric Analyzer
11. CareAnalyzer From DST Health Solutions Helps Health Plans Improve Care Management and Quality for Members
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:7/10/2014)... 2014 According to a new ... Platforms (Land, Airborne, Naval), Application (Software Defined Radios, ... Geography (North America, Asia-Pacific, Europe, the Middle East ... by MarketsandMarkets, the market is estimated to be ... register a CAGR of 5.56% to reach $39.52 ...
(Date:7/10/2014)... July 10, 2014 Parker Waichman ... the rights of victims injured by defective medical ... lawsuit over allegations that the woman’s hidden, aggressive ... power morcellator used during a routine laparoscopic supracervical ... Richard Wolf Medical Instruments Corporation over its Wolf ...
(Date:7/10/2014)... -- Most professional football players who have shoulder stabilization ... new study finds. Shoulder instability is a common ... after surgery to fix the problem has been unclear, ... 60 players who had shoulder stabilization surgery. Ninety percent ... play, defined as playing in at least one regular ...
(Date:7/10/2014)... HealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, July ... that break out regularly between outspoken celebrities or loudmouth pundits ... relationship, a new study suggests. High amounts of Twitter ... the couple is in a long-term relationship, according to findings ... turn, that friction can lead to cheating and breakups, the ...
(Date:7/10/2014)... a microchip-based device developed at the Massachusetts General Hospital ... Cancer Center can be cultured to establish cell lines ... July 11 issue of Science , an MGH ... a tumor,s genetic mutation over time and changing susceptibility ... cells from the blood that represent those present in ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:Portable Communication Systems Market Projected to Reach $39.52 Billion by 2019 - New Report by MarketsandMarkets 2Health News:Portable Communication Systems Market Projected to Reach $39.52 Billion by 2019 - New Report by MarketsandMarkets 3Health News:Portable Communication Systems Market Projected to Reach $39.52 Billion by 2019 - New Report by MarketsandMarkets 4Health News:Couple Sues Over Alleged Cancer Risk Associated with use of a Power Morcellator During the Woman's Laparoscopic Fibroid Removal Procedure, Parker Waichman Comments 2Health News:Couple Sues Over Alleged Cancer Risk Associated with use of a Power Morcellator During the Woman's Laparoscopic Fibroid Removal Procedure, Parker Waichman Comments 3Health News:Couple Sues Over Alleged Cancer Risk Associated with use of a Power Morcellator During the Woman's Laparoscopic Fibroid Removal Procedure, Parker Waichman Comments 4Health News:Couple Sues Over Alleged Cancer Risk Associated with use of a Power Morcellator During the Woman's Laparoscopic Fibroid Removal Procedure, Parker Waichman Comments 5Health News:Shoulder Surgery Gets NFL Players Back in the Game 2Health News:Are You Tweeting Your Marriage Away? 2Health News:Are You Tweeting Your Marriage Away? 3Health News:Cultured CTCs reveal genetic profile, potential drug susceptibility of breast cancer cells 2Health News:Cultured CTCs reveal genetic profile, potential drug susceptibility of breast cancer cells 3
... Georgia Institute of Technology, US and the John Innes Center, ... defends itself from the defense mechanism of the host. //The ... Journal Nature. ,Pathogenic bacteria cause food borne ... which enters with the food causes illness in some cases ...
... accounts committee report says that many terminally ill cancer patients ... could help them tide over financial difficulties related to their ... quarters of cancer patients are not aware of the benefits ... they are missing out on ?200 million each year. ...
... Four HIV patients who have found resistant to most of the ... be given the experimental drugs TMC 114 and TMC 125 as ... with experimental drugs are undertaken under strict protocols this study is ... lives of these four HIV patients. ,TMC ...
... with breast cancer and adversely affects the long term prognosis ... issue of the American Journal of Epidemiology has said. // ... conclusions that were arrived at in several Western studies and ... hindrance to complete recovery from breast cancer. Study co-author Dr. ...
... It is alarming news that there is a steep rise in ... seen in Canada. The reason attributed to this phenomenon is lack ... and asserting the use of a condom. , "The statistics ... 55, vice-chair of Voices of Positive. , ,Of the 2,529 ...
... a toll on people’s cardiac health as early as their ... who report high job strain - the combination of heavy ... found to have thicker carotid intima-media thickness (IMT). IMT is ... atherosclerosis, the narrowing and stiffening of the arteries, even in ...
Cached Medicine News:Health News:Many young women affected by HIV 2
(Date:7/10/2014)... -- CVS Caremark Corporation (NYSE: CVS ) today ... dividend of $0.275 (27.5 cents) per share on the corporation,s ... to holders of record on July 21, 2014. ... to helping people on their path to better health as ... States . Through the company,s more than 7,600 CVS/pharmacy ...
(Date:1/15/2014)... ChinaMarketResearchReports.com adds "China Orthopedic Instrument Industry Report, 2013-2015" research ... http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140115/MN46792 ) Benefiting from aging of ... orthopedic instrument industry has seen rapid development ... 3.28 billion yuan in 2006 to 9.85 billion yuan ...
(Date:1/15/2014)... GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. , Jan. 15, 2014 As ... of the flu virus, select Meijer pharmacies in ... and strep throat to eligible patients, enabling Meijer pharmacists to ... under strict protocol set by a physician participating in the ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:Orthopedic Instrument Industry in China Markets Forecast to 2015 2Orthopedic Instrument Industry in China Markets Forecast to 2015 3Meijer Pharmacy Offers Free Flu, Strep Testing as Influenza Cases Rise Across the Midwest 2Meijer Pharmacy Offers Free Flu, Strep Testing as Influenza Cases Rise Across the Midwest 3
... System provides anterior column support for single ... T1 to L5. The system consists of ... cages that are stacked to a desired ... Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer material emulates the ...
... Cage System provides anterior column support for ... from T1 to L5. The system consists ... Polymer cages that are stacked to a ... Peek Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer material emulates ...
Anterior Interbody fusion with proven clinical performance. Large hole design. Request info fda status for sale....
... The Jaguar Lumbar I/F Cage system ... designed to separate the mechanical and biologic ... The Jaguar Lumbar I/F Cage provides a ... of PLIF, and uses autologous cancellous bone, ...
Medicine Products: