Dr. Karl Morten University of Oxford speaks at FEBS Advanced Lecture Course on Oncometabolism in June. Dr. Mortens talk “Exploring the impact of glucose concentration on the Warburg effect – utilising fluorescence plate reader-based OCR and ECAR assays” was excellent. It spoke to the importance of having more physiologically relevant assays made more widely available, in order for cell biology researchers to better model in vivo situations an in vitro setting.

According to Dr. Morten “the commitment of Luxcel Biosciences to developing Gold Standard physiologically relevant assays that are flexible, easy to use and compatible with most fluorescence based-plate readers enormously helps academic researchers worldwide to investigate a wide range of metabolic pathways, which are recognised as significant in the field of cancer metabolism”.

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