Xona Microfluidics is pleased to be participating in the SfN Meeting 2023 held in Washington, D.C. November 12-15, 2023. Please visit us at booth #300. We are highlighting our newest “X4” chip which requires fewer neurons and is improved for automated imaging, reliability and reproducibility.
We’ve been impressed by the poster presentations using our XonaChips®. Anatomic Incorporated showed their data recreating sensory pathways using their human keratinocytes, sensory neurons, and dorsal horn neurons [Board AA17] on Monday. KC Huang from Jason Meyer’s lab (Indiana Univ) and Melanie Samuel’s lab (Baylor) used XonaChips® to reconstruct visual circuits using hiPSC-derived retinal ganglion cells from organoids [Board B4] on Monday afternoon. Today there was a great poster from Kaylee Tutrow in Jason Meyer’s lab using XonaChips to investigate the migration of microglia derived from different mutant iPSC lines [Board E25].
Xona Microfluidics, in business since 2008, provides high quality microfluidic devices for culturing neurons to customers worldwide.
Xona Microfluidics is a US-based company that sells compartmentalized microfluidic chambers for culturing neurons and creating co-culture and innervation models in vitro. In addition to providing neuron culture devices, Xona also provides contract research services using our microfluidic platforms to develop scalable neuron-based assays. Our patented compartmentalized chip technology directs the growth of axons from a somatodendritic compartment to an isolated axonal compartment allowing distinct microenvironments within each compartment to be established. Xona sells compartmentalized microfluidic chambers in two formats: Preassembled XonaChips® and original Silicone (PDMS) Devices. Over 1,000 publications cite our compartmentalized microfluidic devices and chips. Many of these publications can be found on our publications page.
To learn more about products and research services provided by Xona, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.