This takes measurements in a 96-well plate format, providing a systems-level view of cellular metabolism function in cultured cells and ex-vivo samples.
This technology exists in Oxford and Cardiff universities. It is available to use by any researcher conducting dementia iPSC projects.
Use of the Seahorse in Oxford can be booked by contacting Dr Sarah Pearce (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Use of the Seahorse in Cardiff can be booked by contacting Dr Emma Cope (CopeEL@cardiff.ac.uk).