The effects of TORC signal interference on lipogenesis in the oleaginous yeast Trichosporon oleaginosus In this study, the CGQ was used to determine the impact of rapamycin on Trichosporon oleaginosus growth kinetics, which was part of a first-time evaluation of rapamycin’s effects on TOR specific signaling pathways associated with lipogenesis in the T. oleaginosus fungus. Download PDF […]
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We have created 5 Video Tutorials to assist you when using the CGQ or running a Demo at your lab. You can find these videos here and they cover various useful tips with regards to the following topics: How to install the CGQ on your Shaker How to setup, start pause and stop an Experiment […]
In cooperation wit the University of Frankfurt aquila biolabs has published a technical application note in Microbial Cell Factories on how the CGQ technology can be used for parallelised online biomass monitoring in shake flasks to perform efficient strain and carbon source dependent growth characterisation of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. For further information click here.
aquila biolabs has entered an exclusive global distribution partnership with INFORS HT, the global market leader for laboratory shakers. Effective immediately, the CGQ technology is solely distributed by aquila biolabs, as well as INFORS HT and its global distributors. For further information click here.
According to an analysis of the Für-Gründer.de GmbH, aquila biolabs is the 7th most successful German Start-Up of 2015. For further information click here
aquila biolabs receives a seven-digit seed investment from the investors Seed Fonds Aachen II, the KfW Bankengruppe, the Qiagen co-founder and successful business angel Dr. Jürgen Schumacher as well as Robert Huber, professor for bioprocess engineering. For further information click here.