Check out the NEW tool designed specifically to provide a compact, portable, and continuous physoxic environment for cultured cells during high-resolution microscopy and irradiation studies!
Have you ever thought about the true craftsmanship that goes into every Baker cabinet manufactured in Sanford, Maine? Baker produced a video that gives a peek behind the "manufacturing" curtain to highlight the attention to detail put into each and every cabinet they deliver!
Baker Ruskinn's InvivO2 line of physiological oxygen, cell culture workstations are designed and built to mimic the physiology of your subject matter, giving you the reassurance of precise results under controlled conditions
The Concept range has been rigorously tested to maximize productivity of systemized anaerobic or microaerophilic incubation; bringing together a host of features that you can trust, bringing immediate benefits to your busy laboratory.
See how to work in a Ruskinn SCI-tive Hypoxia Workstation. Designed for user comfort and convenience, check out the direct-hand access using our Ezee™ Sleeve and Ezee™ Plug system. The SCI-tive range of advanced hypoxic workstations are designed to mimic 'in-vivo' conditions providing a continuous cell culture environment which eliminates cellular stress linked to variations in temperature, pH and oxidation yielding better stem cell lines. Here it's shown with a JuLi™ Smart Fluorescent Cell Analyzer.
AniGARD Reduces Cage-to-Cage Cross Contamination - Smoke Demonstration
Learn how real-world lab conditions can influence your laminar flow biological safety cabinet's airflow velocity and microbiological safety performance level. Baker has developed the Performance Envelope to define the limits, and keep you safe!
Preventing cage-to-cage cross contamination during routine cage changing procedures is important. Backed by rigorous testing in the Baker laboratory, the AniGARD e3 animal transfer station achieves stellar results for containment and protection. In this video, you will see how the AniGARD e3 pulls vapor directly into vents around the perimeter of the work surface and prevents it from migrating to neighboring cages in this informative video. The new AniGARD e3 was designed with you in mind - it combines improved containment and enhanced ergonomics with lower energy requirements to provide you with unrivaled performance and protection.
Remarkable minds need exception tools - Baker Ruskinn Physiological Cell Culture Workstations
Leading scientists, their cutting edge research and our products that help facilitate their work
Now You Can Culture as Nature Intended!
AeroPROTECT 360° is a truly versatile containment enclosure for laboratory automation. Baker's exclusive technology maximizes product protection and meets or exceeds NSF International Standard 49 microbiological aerosol testing criteria for product and personnel (user) protection. AeroPROTECT 360° features a series of four biocontainment enclosures designed specifically to house robotics systems, such as automatic liquid handlers.
CondoCell™ captures the environment of any incubator or workstation making continuous, uninterrupted culture accessible to all. When coupled with a workstation, CondoCell™ helps avoid any disruption in the delivery of temperature, humidity, and gas (oxygen) to the culture environment. CondoCell™ may also be paired with any incubator (Standard CO2 or Tri-Gas) to deliver stable, uninterrupted control of the intended growth environment AND reduces the likelihood for cross contamination within the incubator, from shelf to shelf and cell line to cell line. With CondoCell™ you can be confident that your work will never be compromised by the limitation of your existing equipment, resulting in more, better and happier cells.
BSC Mythbusters: Does Heat Really Affect My Protection? Watch the presentation given by Kara Held, Ph.D., Baker's Science Director, at the 2018 ABSA Scientific Session on Wednesday, 10/10/2018. In her presentation, Kara explores the facts behind this common lab myth!
ABSA BSC Mythbusters - supplemental video showing how heat sources in a BSC disrupts airflow