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Paper Highlight! The Van Den Bosch Lab (KU Leuven/VIB) creates in vitro human motor units using XonaChips®. These results were recently published in Stem Cell Reports April 2021.
Xona is actively looking for partners interested in screening/validating their target compound(s) using our cell-based tau mislocalization assay or similar assays for Alzheimer’s Disease (AD/ADRD) research. We have high content imaging capabilities and are planning to use 3D human iPSC-derived neuron cultures. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more. We are applying for a NIH/NIA SBIR for this development work.
Xona now offers open compartment devices. Here we show a single open compartment Silicone Devices (SOC450).
Xona scientists will present their latest research using compartmentalized devices to investigate (1) somatodendritic mislocalization of tau following axonal exposure to Aβ stress and (2) neuronal maturation of 3D cultures.
FLUIDIC ISOLATION OF AXONS
WITH CUSTOMIZED MICROENVIRONMENTS
XONA MICROFLUIDICS offers a wide selection of devices for neuron cell culture.
The pre-assembled, easy to use XonaChip® offers a high quality, reproducible method for the
compartmentalization, fluidic isolation and improved organization of neuronal cultures.
They are especially great for culturing human stem cell-derived neurons.
The XonaChip® offers the researcher a novel method to isolate and grow axons, ultimately delivering the ability to study neuronal response to axonal damage due to disease or injury in an isolated fluidic environment.