Neuromics' 2013-2014 Newsletters
April 2014 News
|Assay Precision=Better Science!|
Our customer and partner labs are making great strides in leveraging our Assays to generate multiple and precise data sets. This includes the capablity to test compounds and small molecules using live cell screening. Potent cells+precise mesurement tools=great results! Here are some examples:
Osteogenesis Assay: Here we test an osteogenesis activating compound:
Image: An oestogenesis activating agent was added to hMSC cultures and Activin A, a bone metabolism marker, was measured (inset).
Human Mesenchymal Stem Cell Assay: Here we derive a toxicology curve using a cell boosting compound.
Image: At 500 nM activating compound, hMSC culture shows increased proliferation and 99.92% viablility. At 20,000 nM, same cell culture shows 83% cell death.
hN2 Primary Neurons Assay used to test small molecules: Mark RichardsChee Wee PhoonGwendoline Tze Wei GohEng Khuan SengXu Ming GuoCherine Mei Fong TanWoon-Khiong ChanJoel Mun Kin Lee. A New Class of Pluripotent Stem Cell Cytotoxic Small Molecules. Research Article | published 19 Mar 2014 | PLOS ONE 10.1371/journal.pone.0085039...Primary hN2™ Human Neurons (Neuromics) were grown in hN2™ human neuron culture media (Neuromics)...
We can do just about any kind of cell based assay to your specification. These include testing the impact of small molecules and compounds for drug discovery. If you have interest in learning more about our capabilties e-mail or call me: email@example.com or 612-801-1007.
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Our goal is to provide the assay tool required for you to achieve Assay Excellence.
|Here's to new discoveries!- Pete Shuster-
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G-protein Coupled Receptor Expression Patterns. This information was presented by Dr. Steve Stice and his team and the 2008 Neuroscience Conference.
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