Automated patch clamp made easy. Poineering ion channels

PIONEERING
ION CHANNELS

Plant cell electrophysiology on QPatch II

Plant cell electrophysiology on QPatch II

Internship poster presents plant cell ion channel recordings on QPatch II

Q2 sees a bumper crop of 15 publications using Qube 384 and QPatch

Q2 sees a bumper crop of 15 publications using Qube 384 and QPatch

Research on neuroinflammation, cancer, amnesia, chronic pain, epilepsy, anti-bacterials & diabetes; two Sophion authored papers; two more U. Queensland venom toxin papers

Global academic-industry collaboration developing anti-venom antibodies

Global academic-industry collaboration developing anti-venom antibodies

DTU researchers discuss their latest findings in developing antibodies to neutralize snake venom toxins

New Whitepaper: Automated Patch Clamp in Cystic Fibrosis Drug Discovery

New Whitepaper: Automated Patch Clamp in Cystic Fibrosis Drug Discovery

A case study on how Enterprise Therapeutics successfully applied automated patch clamp in primary screening and lead optimization in its TMEM16A drug discovery programme

Sophion and Genedata announces integration of QPatch II and Qube 384 data to Genedata Screener

Sophion and Genedata announces integration of QPatch II and Qube 384 data to Genedata Screener

Full integration of Qube 384 and QPatch II data to Genedata Screener will ensure that APC data can be analyzed in a screening context, i.e., integrated with molecule and assay property information, scaling from one to hundreds of plates per batch.

Two cardiac publications authored by Sophion scientists

Two cardiac publications authored by Sophion scientists

Sophion Japan collaborated with Toho University on Oseltamivir an anti-afibrillatory; a review of APC in cardiac safety assessment.

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