AS ONE INTERNATIONAL today announced it released Gravite®, a new device for simulating microgravity and hypergravity, to the global market except Japan. Gravite® is a multi-directional gravity device for simulating microgravity and hyper-gravity. By controlled rotation of two axes, the 3D clinostat minimizes the cumulative gravity vector at the center of the device and makes 10-3 g over time average. Gravite® can also create a hyper-gravity environment of 2-3 g by centrifugal force from one axis rotation.
Gravite® is developed by Professor Louis Yuge from Hiroshima University who is also Director of Space Bio-Laboratories Co. in Japan. Gravite® is an ideal tool that provides the simulated microgravity environment with real-time gravity monitoring for biological studies. The NASA Kennedy Space Center has introduced the device for simulated microgravity.
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AS ONE INTERNATIONAL, Inc. today announced the launching of iP-TEC Live Transport Device into the US market. Developed by SANPLATEC Corporation, the long-expected Live Transport Device is expected to provide strong support to promote regenerative medicine and other cellular therapy studies as well.
Compared with other available transport ways such as dry ice, the live transport method enables the “ready-to-use” transport of induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells and other cells without freezing them, which not only reduces the risk that cells may be damaged or destroyed when returning to an active state, but also saves time, labor costs and reagent costs. IP-TEC Live Transport Device can maintain the system temperature at the range of 33°C~36°C for 150 hours and more when outside temperature is about 25°C. The IP-TEC Live Transport Device and all accessories are available for ordering through AS ONE INTERNATIONAL now.
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