The next meeting of the Boston Ithaca Islet Club will be on March 29-30 2014 in Boston, MA. Please check back for more information shortly.
Thanks to everyone for visiting the Marine Biological Laboratory. Please check back for more information on the next meeting.
The Islet Club thanks our corporate sponors:
ALPCO - ALPCO (American Laboratory Products Company) was founded in 1990 as an importer and distributor of high quality research immunoassay kits. Since that time, our primary goals have been to offer a diverse line of assays that appeal to our broad customer base while also providing exceptional customer service and product support. Click here to visit our website.
Seahorse Bioscience - Serving the life sciences industry since 2001, Seahorse Bioscience provides industry-leading analytical instruments, biomanufacturing systems and consumable labware products for biological research and drug discovery. Our customers include scientists at academic institutions, pharmaceutical and biotech organizations, as well as OEM manufacturers of assay kits and lab instruments suppliers.
BioEnergetics is a full-service contract research organization (CRO) located in Boston MA, specializing in mitochondrial related research with superior expertise in pancreatic islet respirometry. We provide an affordable solution for customers looking to determine the bioenergetic profile of their ex-vivo, in-vitro and in-vivo projects, including cell lines (INS1, C2C12, HUH7 and HepG2); primary rodent hepatocytes; rodent and human pancreatic islets; as well as human iPSC derived hepatocytes, cardiomyocytes and neurons. All models can be customized and bioenergetic profiles are determined using the Seahorse Bioscience XF96 and XF24 platforms. Please visit our web site at www.bioenergetics-cro.com and contact us via email at email@example.com or by phone at 1 (617) 953-3490.
The BioCurrents Shared Resource (new name, new leadership) has supported development of biomedical instrumentation at the MBL for over 30 years. The resource continues to advance electrical and electrochemical detection for the non-invasive monitoring of cellular physiology and metabolism. Patrons may make use of instrumentation on the MBL campus or may purchase instrumentation. Over the last decade the resource has paired with prominent members of the Diabetes research community to advance instrumentation suited for metabolic studies on single cells and single islets. Contact Dr. Mark Messerli for more information (firstname.lastname@example.org).