CherryJean Perfusion System for Mammalian Cells

TEMPERATURE AND FLOW CONTROL ON YOUR CELLS MICROENVIRONMENT

Perform complex microfluidic operations (up to four controlled simultaneous flows).
Ultimate control of applied media or reagents (up to 10 types in a single experiment).
Protect your cells from shear stress by applying pressures between -1 to 8 bar.
Changeable temperature between 5 and 80 °C.

STABLE & PRECISE : TEMPERATURE AND FLOWS

Fully programmable system with user friendly interface.
First software algorithm compensating room temperature variation.
Pressure stability of 0.005% .

COMPATIBLE WITH INVERTED & UPRIGHT HIGH RESOLUTION MICROSCOPES


SPECIFIC DISPOSABLES FOR DIFFERENT CELLS AND CELLS’ COMBINATIONS


Your cells are precious and your experimental time is valuable. No more worries about uncontrolled variables.

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Publications

Inhibition of microtubule assembly using fast temperature changes

Inhibition of microtubule assembly using fast temperature changes

(Development, 2017) Summary | In most species, oocytes lack centrosomes. Accurate meiotic spindle assembly and chromosome segregation – essential to prevent...
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Medium renewal and temperature control for live-cell imaging

Medium renewal and temperature control for live-cell imaging

(Open Biology, 2016) Summary | Monitoring cellular responses to changes in growth conditions and perturbation of targeted pathways is integral to...
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Real-time qPCR using CherryTemp on-a-chip

Real-time qPCR using CherryTemp on-a-chip

(Lab on Chip, 2016) Summary | To control future infectious disease outbreaks, like the 2014 Ebola epidemic, it is necessary to...
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Temperature control of thermosensitive protein regulation

Temperature control of thermosensitive protein regulation

(Developmental cell, 2009) Summary | The spindle midzone—composed of antiparallel microtubules, microtubule-associated proteins (MAPs), and motors—is the structure responsible for microtubule...
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