Researchers from around the world trust their most critical experiments to our hypoxic workstations.
We love the HypOxystation® system. In fact, we just got a publication accepted using this machine. Right now, we have two groups that use the workstation regularly. We love it.
Dr. Patrick Frost
Dept of Hematology-Oncology
VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System, USA
We study the molecular mechanisms of neuronal survival and degeneration, induced by oxygen and glucose deprivation in vitro. The HypOxystation® enables us to consistently maintain a 1.0% oxygen environment.
Dr. Zixu Mao
Dept of Pharmacology
Emory University School of Medicine, USA
My research involves investigating the intracellular dynamic signalling in mammalian cells -I'm using my HypOxystation® to generate samples and conduct live cell imaging in hypoxic conditions.
Dr. Violaine See
University of Liverpool, England
I use my HypOxystation® for the accurate, precise control of oxygen that my work with microaerophilic and capnophilic bacteria requires. I also use the instrument to investigate how strictly anaerobic bacteria, such as clostridia, respond to oxygen exposure.
Dr. Klaus Winzer
Centre for Biomolecular Sciences
Nottingham University, England
Without tightly controlled oxygen tension, experimental design is not as robust as it should be. Our HypOxystation® opens up more experiments to us and gives us confidence in the data generated.
Dr. Roger Phillips
Institute of Cancer Therapeutics
University of Bradford, England
We have used three HypOxystations® for about two years now to investigate the role of hypoxia in tumor microenvironments. They are running constantly without any problems. With the results being generated, and the demand for their use, we have now purchased a fourth instrument.
Dr. Bradley Wouters
Ontario Cancer Institute, Canada
In the past, we used an incubator for our hypoxia work but we saw fluctuations in the gene expression patterns from one set of assays to the next, so we couldn’t rely on the results. We see a strong consistency in the results obtained with the HypOxystation.
Dr. Houda Benlhabib
UT Southwestern, Dallas, TX
Most researchers don’t have access to a hypoxia workstation, so the ambient oxygen most people use is absolutely not normal. If any sort of oxygen response is expected in our experiments, we incubate within the HypOxystation
Dr. Biplab Dasgupta
Cincinnati Children's Hospital
The advantage of having cells in the workstation, as compared to an incubator, is the uninterrupted, stable hypoxia they experience. We appreciate the total stability of the atmosphere inside the chamber. I love the HypOxystation, I call it my third baby! It’s so easy, I love working with it
Dr. Caitlin Linscheid
University of Kansas Medical Center