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Mitochondria

Mitochondrial Function using MitoPlates™

Mitochondria can be interrogated and characterized in novel ways, looking at rates of substrate metabolism, sensitivity to drugs and other chemicals, and effects of mutations in mitochondria-related genes. This webinar will introduce a novel mitochondrial function assay technology developed by our research team.

Mitochondrial Function in Yeast: Studies with a New Assay Technology

The metabolism of mitochondria generates energy and essential nutrients for its host cell and many human disorders are due to mitochondrial malfunction. Yeasts, as a system, offer a big advantage due to the simplicity of making mutants to model human mitochondrial disorders. This webinar will describe the novel yeast mitochondrial function assay technology developed by […]

Re-energize Your Mitochondrial Research

Biolog presents a webinar to introduce our mitochondrial function assays, MitoPlates™. Guest Scientists Dr. Nukhet Aykin-Burns Associate Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Division of Radiation Health, UAMS College of Pharmacy Forrest Ackart Metabolism of Infectious Diseases Laboratory, Dept. of Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology, Colorado State University Brendan Lewis Field Applications Specialist, Biolog, Inc. Please join our […]

Analyze Mitochondria at Higher Resolution

Do you study mitochondria in your research? Are you using Seahorse or Oroboros? Would you like to analyze mitochondrial function in much greater detail? Biolog invites you to a 30 minute informational webinar to introduce our new mitochondrial function assay. The MitoPlates™ provide more than 50 new functional assays. Key advantages are that all 50+ […]

Analyze Mitochondria at Higher Resolution

If you are using Seahorse in your research and are interested in mitochondrial function, Biolog would like to invite you to a 30 minute webinar to introduce MitoPlates™. This complementary technology will allow you to evaluate substrate and inhibitor characteristics of mitochondria using 96 well plates that will provide you with valuable information with short […]

Mitochondrial Function Assay Technology – A Leap Forward

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MitoPlates™, a new way to study mitochondrial function. January 23, 2018 10:0 AM Pacific Standard Time (PST) Dr. Barry Bochner will share details about: • A new approach to studying the functional properties of mitochondria • Preconfigured sets of 96 mitochondrial function assays • MitoPlate S-1: 31 substrates providing mitochondrial metabolism information • MitoPlate I-1: […]