Oxford Chipcytometry Days

January 11, 2016

The Chipcytometry User Meeting, Wednesday, December 2nd 2015 University of Oxford, Peter Medawar Building for Pathogen Research Chipcytometry is a fairly new technology enabling deep immune cell phenotyping and biobanking of precious (clinical) samples. Chris Willberg’s group participates in Zellkraftwerk’s … Continue reading

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Mission accomplished: Longterm cellculture on ZellSafe chips works :-)

December 2, 2013

We often have been asked if it would be possible to seed cells on our chips and let them grow until confluency and perform assays followed by Chipcytometry on these cells. Well, in theory it should work since the chips … Continue reading

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What sample sources are best for ZellSafe chips?

March 30, 2013

One of the most often asked questions in regard to cellular samples and Chipcytometry is about the best way to prepare cells from sample source or which sample sources can be analyzed using Chipcytometry. In general, for the analysis of … Continue reading

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And the winners are…

September 14, 2012

Thanks a lot to all participants of our beta-test call for submitting project proposals. It was not that easy to decide which projects shall be among the first to use Chipcytometry. However, the following 4 projects are really both challenging and promising, … Continue reading

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The heart of the chipcytometry project arrived

Big news and party at the chipcytometry labs!   After 1 year of writing specifications, testing and software work, our ‘baby’ finally arrived at our Hannover lab. We are very happy and proud of her (or him?). The robot, like … Continue reading

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6. Biotech-NetWorkshop

January 25, 2012

Embedded in the beautiful winter landscape of the snowy bavarian alps, Max-Planck-Innovation and ascenion invited us to participate in the annual meeting of key-players as well as entrepreneurs, founders and scientists of the German biotech/lifescience sector. The venue is Schloss Ringberg, … Continue reading

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. Chipcytometry is currently sponsored by Go-Bio. Developed at Hannover Medical School, Department of Pediatric Pneumology, Allergology and Neonatology //Disclaimer