Are you working with an Axion MEA platform and presenting your research at INA-17 in Dusseldorf? Axion is pleased to sponsor a Travel Award to help off-set costs associated with attending INA-17.The award is open to researchers world-wide and will be assigned by a judging scientific committee at the meeting.
Axion BioSystems Travel Award Winner: Congratulations Derek Tai
This month's Travel Award winner is Derek Tai from the Center for Genomic Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital. He has been invited to give a talk at SfN2019, titled: “Deciphering the molecular basis of neuronal development deficits in the recurrent genomic disorder.”
Peptide-siRNA Supramolecular Particles for Neural Cell Transfection
Discover how Maestro technology aided researchers in showing that supramolecular particles offer an siRNA delivery platform for efficient nonviral gene screening and discovery of novel therapies for neural cells.
Hernandez-Garcia A, Alvarez Z, et al. (2019). Advanced Science.
Supramolecular Nanostructure Activates TrkB Receptor Signaling of Neuronal Cells by Mimicking Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor
See how Maestro MEA technology helped scientists discover a new strategy that has the potential to induce endogenous cell infiltration and promote functional neuronal maturation through the presentation of the BDNF mimetic signal.
Edelbrock A, Alvarez Z, et al. (2018). Nano Letters.
The annual Safety Pharmacology Society show is one of the biggest events in the field of toxicology. Join us at booth #701 this year to see how Maestro Pro and Edge are leading innovation in toxicology labs worldwide.
Assess stimulation efficacy using the Stimulation Inspector in AxIS Navigator. This processor plots continuous voltage data just before and after a stimulation time tag in the Spike Plots window, making it easy to visualize the cellular response to the stimulation. To use the Stimulation Inspector, right-click on the stream in the 'Streams' window, select ‘Add Processing,’ and choose ‘Stimulation Inspector’.