Join our first Exhibitor Presentation at the 63th Biophysical Meeting to know our new ePatch amplifier and the new NanoporeReader!
Portable and cost-effective low-noise amplifiers for electrophysiology and nanopore applications
Ultra-portable and cost-effective amplifier technology is now a reality accessible to any electrophysiology research lab, thanks to Elements microelectronic-based design of custom microchip (ASIC) using standard and low-cost CMOS processes.
Elements provides an integrative solid-state solution to measure currents in the picoampere (10-12 pA) range, with bandwidths up to hundreds of kHz, featuring very low noise recordings, signal digitalization thanks to the internal Analog-to-Digital converter, signal generator, digital data elaboration,and USB powered, all in a tiny form factor (i.e. 42x18x78 mm) or about the size of a point-and-shoot digital camera!
In this presentation, we will be featuring our latest electrophysiology product, the world’s smallest integrated patch clamp amplifier, as well as a portable nanopore kit for protein detection using disposable glass nanopore chips.
During the event will be presented these two use cases:
- ePatch amplifier was used to record the current of HCN channels transiently expressed in HEK293T cells, with the aim to test the effect of Lamotrigine, a widely used anticonvulsant drug, on the biophysical proprieties of the current.
Data courtesy of Dr. A. Moroni – University of Milan – Italy and Dr. Bina Santoro – Columbia University – New York – USA
- Portable Nanopore Reader: example of DNA fragment translocations through glass nanopore chips. Data courtesy of Dr. Niedzwiecki, Goeppert– USA
Attend this presentation to learn about:
- The advantages of using a versatile and compact nano-current amplifier technology,
- Portable nanopore solution for protein detection using disposable nanopore chips,
- How the world smallest and cheapest patch clamp amplifier is radically changing voltage-clamp measurements!
Presenters: Federico Thei, Ph.D., elements CEO
Filippo Cona, Ph.D., software engineer at elements
Alessandro Porro, Dr., application scientist at elements srl
Serge Kaddoura, nanoscaleLABS
We look forward to meeting you on Sunday March 3, 2019 at 5:30 PM in Room A
Complimentary Italian hors d’oeuvres and drinks will be served!
Seating is limited!
Be the first to RSVP by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org and
- receive a copy of the presentation
- be entered in a raffle to receive a free 30-day trial of the ePatch or nanopore Kit amplifier