We are very pleased that three new papers from different labs came out recently:
ATP sarissaprobes feature in:
Schulz SB, Klaft ZJ, Rosler AR, Heinemann U, Gerevich Z (2012) Purinergic P2X, P2Y and adenosine receptors differentially modulate hippocampal gamma oscillations. Neuropharmacology 62:914-924.
and ADO sarissa ... Read More
Sarissa Biomedical has established a presence on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. Our aim is to facilitate communication with our customers and establish a forum where our customers can exchange tips and expertise in how to use our biosensors.
If you follow us on any one of these social networks we will give you a 5% discount on your next order -follow us on all 3 and you'll have a 10% reduction on your next order!
Profs Nick Dale and Bruno Frenguelli, have published an authoritative review on the uses and applications of purine biosensors in Purinergic Signalling -a must read for all those interesting in using Sarissa's biosensors for ATP, adenosine, inosine and hypoxanthine.
See the review at:
Dale N, Frenguelli BG (2012) Measurement of purine release with microelectode biosensors. Read More
Based on carbon fibre microelectrodes, these biosensors are minimally invasive and ideal for recording from very small structures or even single cells.
In association with 2nd UK Purine Club Symposium & Warwick
The workshop sucessfully provided hands-on training on how to use this new technology and demonstrate the art of the possible.
- Individual training (2 students per instructor)
- Practical sessions (hands-on experiments)
- Sensor handling skills
- Maximising sensor performance
- Tips (from experienc ... Read More