Microfluidic devices are versatile platforms. For example, they can mimic (tissue) microenvironments and study cellular behavior. The VisiSens Imaging System enables visualization of 2D distributions of oxygen inside microfluidic chips.
In the webinar link below, Dr. Robert Meier shows us how to gain new insights on metabolic activity, natural or artificially produced gradients, detect metabolic hotspots, record time-series, monitor hypoxia, cellular growth or oxygen supply inside the chip with VisiSens. In this webinar, we also learn how to easily implement, image, and benefit from VisiSens.
Link to the webinar: PreSens
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