Axion BioSystems Travel Award Winner: Congratulations Anne Zwartsen
Congratulations to Anne Zwartsen, PhD from Utrecht University, the Netherlands for her recent Axion Travel Award. Anne presented her research on the effects of new psychoactive substances on neuronal activity at the INA17 Meeting, titled “Is the decrease in in vitro neuronal activity reversible following acute and prolonged exposure to new psychoactive substances (NPS)?”
Axion BioSystems Travel Award Winner: Congratulations Maria Jose Quezada
Congratulations to Maria Jose Quezada from Northwestern University, for her recent Axion Travel Award. Maria presented her research on understanding the influence of genetic variance in neurotrama at SfN 2019, titled “Phenotypic characterization of human iPSC-derived motor neurons that carry the common val66met single nucleotide polymorphism of brain derived neurotrophic factor gene using multielectrode array and an in vitro stretch injury system”
Axion BioSystems Travel Award Winner: Congratulations Devon Guerrelli
Congratulations to Devon Guerrelli from Children's National Medical Center for her recent Axion Travel Award. Devon presented her research on the effects of plasticizers on cardiac gap junctions at the 2019 BMES Annual Meeting, titled “Assessing the toxicity of medical device plasticizers on cardiac gap junction intracellular communication”
AHA Scientific Sessions 2019 (Nov 16-18 | Philadelphia, PA | Booth 3346)
Come by booth 3346 to see how researchers are using the Maestro’s 4 cardiac assays to advance cardiovascular discovery.
Don’t miss our poster on Nov 17, 12:30 PM:
Multiwell Microelectrode Array Technology for Multimodal Characterization of Cardiomyocyte Function in vitro
Cell Therapy Analytical Development Summit (Dec 10-12 | Boston, MA)
Visit Axion’s booth to see how Axion’s new Maestro Z platform is being used to test the potency of T cells in real-time, label-free kill assays.
Save and load custom analysis configurations
In AxIS Navigator, custom analysis configurations can be designed by adding data processors to the data stream or by modifying processor settings. To save a custom configuration, right click on the data stream and select Configuration → Save. To load a saved custom configuration, right click on the data stream and select Configuration → Load. Navigate to the datastreams configuration file in the Open Data Stream Configuration dialog and click Open.