Revealing Cellular Metabolic Phenotype and Function Using Agilent Seahorse XF Substrate Oxidation Stress Tests
You want to know which substrates are relevant or required for cell function and phenotype in cancer biology, immunology, or drug discovery research. Agilent now offers a suite of assay kits that enables the nondisruptive assessment of how cells oxidize three primary mitochondrial substrates.
In this webinar, Dr. George Rogers will introduce the new Agilent Seahorse XF Substrate Oxidation Stress Tests, a robust portfolio of XF assays enabling critical insights into cellular substrate dependencies to identify specific mitochondrial substrates that are relevant for cellular phenotype and function.
George W. Rogers, Ph.D.
Research Scientist, Expert
Cell Analysis Division
Agilent Technologies, Inc.