Cells respond to a variety of environmental conditions and having options to apply these varying conditions in vitro is essential. At Applied Biophysics, we encourage different avenues of manipulating the environment while using the ECIS systems. One way this can be accomplished is by using hypoxia chambers.Download Data Sheet
The ECIS Environmental Control Cabinets (ECC) offered by COY Laboratory Products (coylab.com) allows researchers to monitor cell behavior and conduct ECIS experiments in a controlled gas environment. The cabinet will accept either the 16 or 96 well ECIS Station and fits within a standard tissue culture incubator* that is used to regulate the cabinet’s temperature. Optional gas sensors within the cabinet are used to measure and regulate the concentration of oxygen and/or carbon dioxide within the cabinet. Pull-out shelves provide easy access to the array holder.
*Please Note: the cabinet will not fit in the subcompact incubators offered by Applied BioPhysics.
The oxygen controller has two ports, one for oxygen and the other for nitrogen/air (or a mixture of carbon dioxide and nitrogen/air). The system is designed to automatically maintain hypoxic or hyperoxic conditions in the cabinet with oxygen concentration from 0% to 60% (monitors up to 100%).
The carbon dioxide controller has two ports, one for CO2 and one for nitrogen/air. The system regulates carbon dioxide concentration from 0% to 20% in single decimal increments using a gas purge method.
These products are offered by Coy Laboratory Products. For more information, please call 734-475-2200 or visit coylab.com