Oxia

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Oxia


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MitoPedia O2k and high-resolution respirometry: O2k-Open Support 



Description

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Oxia - HyperOxia to HypOxia: The Oxia generates gaseous oxygen and hydrogen by electrolysis of water using a proton exchange membrane (PEM). O2 and H2 gas can be used to control the O2 regime in the Oroboros O2k. Low oxygen concentrations (<50 µM) are used to mimic tissue normoxia or hypoxia. Hyperoxic conditions above air saturation (250-600 µM O2) are routinely used for high-resolution respirometry of permeabilized muscle fibers or to induce oxidative stress in cells and mitochondrial preparations.


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Additional resources

» MiPNet26.14 Oxia
» Oxygen
» Hydrogen

MitoPedia O2k and high-resolution respirometry: O2k-Open Support, O2k-Respirometry, O2k-FluoRespirometry