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On-line Oxygen Monitoring in Cell Culture

Effects of Mitochondrial Modulators on O2 Dynamics of Mammalian Cells

Dec. 15, 2010
Fig. 1: SDR SensorDish Reader for on-line monitoring of dissolved oxygen and pH in 24-well multidishes.
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Real-time measurements of oxygen and pH in mammalian cell cultures are important to understand the metabolic dynamics in cell cultures. The observation of the time course of cellular oxygen consumption in response to environmental conditions or toxicological insults can be substantial for successful culture of mammalian cells. This type of monitoring could also be valuable for other applications such as tissue engineering and stem cell research.

Authors:
Lynn S.G., Michigan State University
LaPres J.J., Michigan State University
Arain S. , Presens Precision Sensing GmbH

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Keywords : Cell Culture Cells J.J. LaPres Life Science Metabolomics Michigan State University Monitoring Presens S. Arain S.G. Lynn Stem Cells Tissue Engineering

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