Active Pressure/Volume Control for Lung Research

Active Pressure/Volume Control for Lung Research

Asthma, emphysema, COVID-19 and other diseases lead to changes in conducting pulmonary volume, viscoelasticity, and air flow distribution. To study these effects, Prof. Mona Eskandari at UC Riverside partnered with CellScale to design and build custom equipment....
Micro-Mechanical Testing for Cell Type Analysis

Micro-Mechanical Testing for Cell Type Analysis

Tissue spheroids are a growing pre-clinical tool for drug development. Succeeding in this application will require quality, repeatability, and standardization. The MicroTester is perfectly suited for mechanical compression of tissue spheroids. In a recent paper Elena...
Fun with CellScale: Defining Al Dente

Fun with CellScale: Defining Al Dente

Al Dente often implies pasta that is cooked firm to the bite. But the question is, how firm should it be? Why, you can only answer that question through a mechanical test! 3 samples of pasta cooked to different durations were stretched with the UniVert. Each sample...
Collections: Chung-Hao Lee

Collections: Chung-Hao Lee

CellScale presents Collections – a gathering of publications from a researcher in their particular topic of interest that included one or more CellScale instruments. Collections showcases the depth of research that can be achieved with the instruments and their...