Automated patch clamp made easy. Poineering ion channels

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World first: High throughput ion channel recordings of isolated primary dorsal root ganglion (DRG) neurons on Yale University’s Qube 384

World first: High throughput ion channel recordings of isolated primary dorsal root ganglion (DRG) neurons on Yale University’s Qube 384

Ion channel recordings in isolated primary DRG neurons. New paper from Stephen Waxman‘s lab at Yale University. New paper from Stephen Waxman‘s lab at Yale University

Early career scientists can apply for research and travel grants from Sophion Bioscience

Early career scientists can apply for research and travel grants from Sophion Bioscience

Scientists in the early stages of their careers are eligible for grants offered by Sophion Bioscience. Don’t miss the February opportunity to apply for our research and travels grants!

Developing iPSC ion channel recordings with automated patch clamp

Developing iPSC ion channel recordings with automated patch clamp

Stem cells techniques pushing ion channel recordings in high throughput electrophysiology by Sophion scientists, collaborators, and users

Bruce Bean and Clifford Woolf Labs at Harvard Medical School Acquire QPatch Compact

Bruce Bean and Clifford Woolf Labs at Harvard Medical School Acquire QPatch Compact

In support of their program developing novel treatments for pain, the Bruce Bean and Clifford Woolf labs at Harvard Medical School have acquired QPatch Compact

New video tutorials to help you get the best start with QPatch Compact

New video tutorials to help you get the best start with QPatch Compact

New video tutorials and technical support documentation are available to help our customers adopt a best-practice workflow when working on QPatch Compact.

QPatch II secured the best infrastructure for Linköping University's new academic core facility

QPatch II secured the best infrastructure for Linköping University's new academic core facility

Linköping University has installed Sophion's high-throughput automated patch clamp Patch II system at its national academic core facility for ion channel research.

Sophion technology helped Metrion Biosciences meet higher customer demands and growing assay complexity

Sophion technology helped Metrion Biosciences meet higher customer demands and growing assay complexity

For Metrion Biosciences, access to automated patch clamp – and Sophion’s QPatch and Qube solutions – makes all the difference in their ability to undertake more complex, higher-capacity projects.

QPatch & Qube users have been busy in Q3, publishing 19 more publications

QPatch & Qube users have been busy in Q3, publishing 19 more publications

19 new articles, from cancer to cardiac safety, from trypanosomiasis to tuberculosis, on Sophion automated patch clamp platforms

Sussex Drug Discovery Centre and Sophion Bioscience announce new strategic partnership

Sussex Drug Discovery Centre and Sophion Bioscience announce new strategic partnership

A strengthened collaboration between Sussex Drug Discovery Centre and Sophion Bioscience provides academic researchers with easier access to our APC technology, and with a new application scientist in place, our UK automated patch clamp users will benefit from even better customer support going forward.

ICMS Cambridge 2022 revisited

ICMS Cambridge 2022 revisited

See why some of the delegates attend ICMS every year and feel the atmosphere from the symposium last June in Cambridge, UK

Nav1.5 screening in hiPSC-derived cardiomyocytes

Nav1.5 screening in hiPSC-derived cardiomyocytes

New Application Report: QPatch II assay for human cardiac Nav1.5

New ion channel posters

New ion channel posters

New posters on Pain and Cancer are now available. Get the complete set.

Sophion partners with Genedata, the leading provider of enterprise software solutions for biopharmaceutical R&D, to enable standardized integration between Sophion APC platforms and Genedata Screener.

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Disease areas

Pain

Ion channels are involved in both initiating and transmitting pain

Cardiovascular

Ion channels are key in drug safety studies and important target for many heart diseases

CNS

Evidence suggest that ion channels play a key role in psychiatric diseases

Cancer

Ion channels play an emerging role as potential drugable targets for cancer treatments

Other

Read more about other disease areas driven by ion channel malfunction