The Cellular Metabolism platform has several pieces of equipment: a Seahorse, a YSI bioanlayzer and hypoxia chambers to study the metabolic functions of cells (oxygen consumption, glycolysis and ATP production). This equipment was obtained with the financial support of the Conseil Départemental des Alpes-Maritimes, the Canceropole PACA and the European Research Council.
Manager of the Seahorse and Hypoxia chambers Nathalie Mazure
Do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.
Manager of the YSI Johanna Chiche
I can help you find technical solutions or train you on YSI.
To access the platform, users must be trained by the staff in charge of the equipment. Users must book each device on the C3M intranet. The platform shares the purchase of the Seahorse plates (available from the person in charge of imaging, Marie Irondelle: firstname.lastname@example.org).
We have two hypoxia chambers that allow us to cultivate cells at variable oxygen concentrations.
The Seahorse is an instrument that measures in real time oxygen consumption (OCR) and the pH of the culture medium. It is used to analyze the energy metabolism of cells. It is used with specific 96-well plates available from Marie Irondelle who is in charge of the Imaging platform.More info
The YSI is an automated system for measuring glucose, lactate, glutamine and glutamate in the culture medium.More info