Don Whitley Scientific recently attended the BSCR (British Society of Cardiovascular Research) Annual Meeting, held this year at The University Of Leeds. The focus of the meeting was on “Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes” and the event featured fantastic talks and poster presentations from renowned figures in Cardiovascular research.
The Don Whitley Scientific stand featured a H45 Hypoxystation. The H45 is a large, three port cell culture workstation, ideal for replicating physiologically relevant atmospheres through the control of oxygen, temperature and humidity. Working in a Hypoxystation means cell cultures and other samples are within a stable atmosphere that matches the specific microenvironments that exist inside the human body, meaning research results are dependable and accurate.
At The University of Liverpool, Dr Michael Cross is conducting cardiovascular research using a Whitley H35 HEPA Hypoxystation as he looks at Low Oxygen Drug Toxicity Testing in Cardiac Spheroids