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Webinar: Real World Best Practices in IVF Cell Culturing- Continuous pH Monitoring

Matt Holmes

POMA Fertility / SAFE Sens

13 July 2016

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Klaus Weimer PhD (Lab Director POMA Fertility) will briefly discuss the benefits of continuous non-invasive pH monitoring and share clinical practices that were optimized by POMA Fertility as a result of their utilization of the SAFE Sens system within their incubators including:

  • Longer equilibration times for dish preparation
  • Increased oil overlay to prevent evaporation

Steven Geelhood (SAFE Sens Project Manager) will then share data collected from labs utilizing the SAFE Sens continuous pH monitory system.   Graphs will be presented and analyzed for the following scenarios wherein cell culture conditions were manipulated thus causing changes to the pH over time.  

  • Initial equilibration of media with time scale 
  • Equilibrated media with or without oil
  • CO2 set point changes
  •  Effect of loss of CO2 

We look forward to seeing your participation on the 19th!  Click on or cut and paste the link below into your browser to register.

 

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6349075294819518211

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Date Added: 13 July 2016   Date Updated: 18 July 2016
Register today to join Klaus Weimer PhD, Lab Director of the POMA Fertility Clinic in Kirkland, Washington and Mr. Steven Geelhood, SAFE Sens Project Manager on Tuesday August 9th at 11:30 AM PDT / 12:30 PM EDT for a complimentary webinar entitled, "Real World Best Practices in IVF Cell Culturing- Continuous pH Monitoring."

Visit the link below to register.

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6349075294819518211

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