Cor.4U Applications Workshop 2014

We thank our attendees, presenter and cooperation partners for the contribution to the overwhelming success of this workshop being held at the Axiogenesis headquarters in Cologne in November 7th – 8th 2014.

Showcasted live demonstrations:

ACEA Biosciences Inc.: xCELLigence RTCA Cardio ECR
Axiogenesis AG: CellDrum
Axion BioSystems Inc.: Maestro MEA
Cytocentrics Bioscience GmbH: CytopatchTM2
Hamamatsu Photonics K.K.: FDSS μCell with EFS
Multi Channel Systems GmbH and Notocord: Multi Electrode Arrays (Multiwell)
Nanion Technologies GmbH: Patchliner/ CardioExcyte 96
Seahorse Bioscience Inc.: XFe96 

Please download available presentations and poster by clicking on the according title within the agenda and contact Axiogenesis AG. (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) and our cooperation partners to receive information on specific assays.


Final Agenda

Thursday the 6th of September

9:00 am

Arrival at Axiogenesis Headquarter / Coffee & Registration

9:30 am

Welcoming

9:40 am

Vendor’s Snapshot
NMI TT - Patchserver; Cytocentrics - Cytopatch; Nanion - Patchliner; Axion Biosystems - Maestro; MCS and Notochord - Multiwell MEAs; Hamamatsu - FDSSμCELL; Acea Biosciences - xCELLigence RTCA Cardio ECR; Nanion - CardioExcyte 96; Axiogenesis - Cell Drum; Seahorse - XFe96

10:30 am

Thomas Licher (Sanofi Germany)
„iPS Cardiomyocyte Ca-Assay: “Bridging“ the Gap between hERG Testing and Purkinje Eexperiments“

11:00 am

Coffee Break and Mingling 

11:30 am

Godfrey Smith (Clyde Biosciences)
„The electrophysiological properties of Cor.4U® cardiomyocytes gained from the CellOPTIQ VSD platform“

12:00 pm

Arthur „Buzz“ Brown (ChanTest)
„CIPA and human iPSC cardiomyocytes in safety testing at ChanTest"CIPA and human iPSC cardiomyocytes in safety testing at ChanTest"

12:40 pm

Lunch Break Onsite and Poster Session

14:10 pm

Cor.4U® Demonstrations Part 1

A) Hamamatsu: FDSS μCell with EFS
B) Axion Biosystems: Maestro
C) Axiogenesis: Cell Drum
D) MCS and Notocord: Multiwell MEAs

15:40 pm

Coffee Break

16:10 pm

Cor.4U® Demonstration Part 2

A) Nanion: Patchliner /CardioExcyte 96
B) Seahorse: XFe96
C) Acea Biosciences: xCELLigence RTCA Cardio ECR
D) MCS and Notocord: Multiwell MEAs

17:30 pm

End of the demonstrations and Shuttle to Hotel and Restaurant „Brauhaus Sion“

18:30 pm

Group Dinner 

 

Friday the 7th of September

9:00 am

Arrival at Axiogenesis Headquarter / Coffee

9:10 am

Axiogenesis „ Products: now & future“ and Va-Q-Tec information

9:30 am

Stefanie Guilbot (Physiostim)
„Action Potential Assay in Cor.4U® Cells“

9:45 am

Herbert Himmel (Bayer)
„Action Potential Measurements in Cor.4U® Cardiomyocytes: Preliminary Results“

10:00 am

Olaf Scheel (Cytocentrics)
„Cytocentering Patch Clamp Recordings of iPSC-Derived Cardiomyocytes“

10:15 am

Veronique Briand (Sanofi France)
„Characterization of Cor.4U® as a Relevant Model for Cardiovascular Research“

10:40 am

Ralf Kettenhofen (Axiogenesis)
„Paced vs. Spontaneously Beating Cor. 4U® Cells Recorded with the Hamamatsu FDSS μCell Equipped with the EFS Stimulation Head“

11:05 am

Coffee Break and Mingling

11:30 am

Ivan Kopljar (Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceuticals)
„Stem cell Research and Safety Pharmacology at Janssen: focus on drug- induced chronic cardiac effects.“

11:55 am

Kerstin Korn (Cenix Biosciences)
„High Throughput RNAi Screening in Cor. 4U® iPSC Human Cardiomyocytes“

12:10 pm

Ken Gibson (Ionic Transport Assays)
„Drug induced action potentials and cell viability in Cor.4U® cardiomyocytes“

12:35 pm

Kevin „Kit“ Parker (Harvard University)

13:00 pm

Lunch Break and Poster Session

14:10 pm

Cor.4U® Demonstrations Part 3

A) Hamamatsu: FDSS μCell with EFS
B) Axion Biosystems: Maestro
C) Axiogenesis: Cell Drum
D) Acea Biosciences: xCELLigence RTCA Cardio ECR

15:40 pm

Coffee break

16:10 pm

Cor.4U® Demonstration Part 4

A) Nanion: Patchliner /CardioExcyte 96
B) Seahorse: XFe96
C) Acea Biosciences: xCELLigence RTCA Cardio ECR
D) Cytocentrics: CytoPatchTM 2

17:30 pm

End of the Workshop / Shuttle to Hotels


Posters

1)  Anaxon: „Performance of pure CorV.4U human iPS-derived ventricular cells: A Manual Patch-clamp APD Assay study“

2)  Axiogenesis: „The newcomer is getting up and running: Human iPS cell-derived cardiomyocyte implementation in multiple cardiac safety assessment assays“

3)  Axiogenesis: „Human iPS-derived Cor.4U® Cardiomyocytes: QC Made Easy with xCELLigence RTCA Cardio“

4)  Axiogenesis: „Breaking new ground in early cardiac safety: Human Cardiomyocytes derived from iPSCs in high throughput screening (HTS)“

5)  Clyde Biosciences: „Application of optical measurements of electrical activity to Cor.4U® hiPSC CMs as a predictive tool for preclinical safety assessment“ .

7)  Cytocentrics: „Cytocentering Patch Clamp recordings of iPSC-derived cardiomyocytes and of HEK cells expressing cardiac ion channels at physiological temperature“

8)  Hamamatsu: „High speed (over 100Hz) HTS using human iPSC-derived cardiomyocytes on FDSS“

9)  Hamamatsu: „Electric Field Stimulation (EFS) of iPSC-derived cardiomyocytes using Hamamatsu FDSS/μCell with fast data acquisition“

10) Hamamatsu: „Electric Field Stimulation (EFS) cardiomyocytes using Hamamatsu FDSS/μCell“

11) Molecular Devices: „Assessment of compound effects upon calcium transients in beating Axiogenesis Cor.4U® cardiomyocytes with the EarlyTox Cardiotoxicity Kit on the FLIPR Tetra and SpectraMaxi3 systems“

12) Multi Channel Systems: „Extracellular Field Potential recording from pluripotent stem cell derived cardiomyocytes by Multiwell Microelectrode Array“

13) Multi Channel Systems: „Patchserver - Pipette-based automatic Patch Clamp System“

14) Nanion Technologies: „Keeping up with the CIPA-Initiative - the safety screening tool box for the future“

15) Notochord: „NOTOCHORD-SenseTM Field Potential Screener, a novel analysis methodology of field potential signals“

16) Physiostim: „Pharmacological comparison between human induced pluripotent stem cells derived CorV.4U ventricular cardio- myocytes (hiPSC-CM) and guinea-pig ventricular cardiomyocytes (GP-CM)“ 

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