Rainin TerraRack™ Benefits Cell Differentiation Studies

06:43 EDT 23 Sep 2016 | Lab Bulletin

Rainin TerraRack™ pipette tip racks, available in the UK from Anachem, are proving advantageous for the University of Glasgow’s Centre for Cell Engineering, where scientists are investigating cell differentiation and behaviour on a variety of materials.

Rainin BioClean™ Filter Pipette TipsDr Monica Tsimbouri, a research fellow at the university, explained: "Our research involves growing bone marrow cells onto different materials – for example, plastics, titanium, nanopillars or nanoPEGs – and investigating how the cells differentiate. We use a wide range of techniques – such as GPCRs, In-Cell Westerns™, metabolomics and next generation sequencing – to study biomarkers related to the tissue lineage...

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