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INVIVO 400 and 500 Hypoxia Workstations

 

The INVIVO 400 and 500 Hypoxia Workstations are located adjacent to the XTREME Imaging System (CareStream), enabling users to rapidly image cells and animals.

To learn more, visit INVIVO 400 and 500 online.

INVIVO 400 HYPOXIA WORKSTATION

The INVIVO 400 is ideal for conducting cell-culture studies under various (0.0% to 20.9%) oxygen conditions in 0/1% increments. The System is programmable for controlling temperature (+5º C to 45º C) and humidity. It can run user-defined timed sequences of up to four different O2 and CO2 concentrations via the Gas Mixer Q.

INVIVO 500 HYPOXIA WORK STATION 

The INVIVO 500 is ideal for conducting small animal in vivo studies under various (0.0% to 20.9%) oxygen conditions in 0.1% increments. The system is programmable for controlling temperature (+5º C to 45º C) and humidity. It can run user-defined timed sequences of up to four different O2 and CO2 concentrations via the Gas Mixer Q.

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Contact Information

Rajagopal Ramesh, PhD
Director of Molecular Imaging Core
E: rajagopal-ramesh@ouhsc.edu

Core Hours

Monday through Friday
8 am to 5 pm

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If research supported by the Stephenson Cancer Center core facilities results in a publication or news release, please acknowledge this support in your manuscript. Following publication, please send us one of your reprints for our records.