Applied BioPhysics manufactures instruments that electrically study the behavior of cultured cells. Both our line of ECIS (Electric Cell-substrate Impedance Sensing) devices and our dedicated filter-based TEER instruments monitor the barrier function of endothelial and epithelial cells in real-time and without the need for labels. The instrumentation also supports assays to measure cell migration, proliferation, cytotoxicity, signal transduction, and the differentiation of stem cells. Special accessories are available, allowing researchers to study endothelial cells under flow conditions with shear stress that mimics that seen in vivo. Various degrees of throughput are available to suit different research needs.
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