The company Anasysta in cooperation with Spectradyne and VES4US project are offering an exclusive introductory workshop on nCS1 instrument followed by an exhibition event organized in the framework of the Future Tech Week. The event will take place in CNR Area Di Ricerca of Napoles next Wednesday 25th of September 2019 from 09:00 to 19:00

The workshop

The research on nano-vesicles, micro-vesicles and other particles is gaining importance, and the conventional technologies – nanoparticle tracking analysis (NTA), dynamic light scattering (DLS) and tunable resistive pulse sensing (TRPS) – are unable to meet the increasing standards of rigor that this field demands. Emerging immobilization-based methods for quantification also suffer from the complexities of the affinity-based techniques used to fix the samples before measurement.

This workshop will focus on a detailed introduction of the innovative nCS1 technologies and the many different applications  to the field. Furthermore, participants will have the opportunity to receive a hands-on training on nCS1. Attendees are encouraged to bring samples (e.g. EV’s, plasma, protein aggregates, etc.) to run on during the event.

Because the seats are limited we encourage to register in advance to secure a spot. Use this link and confirm your participation.

The exhibition

After the workshop, the participants will have the opportunity to talk with the coordinators of VES4US. This exhibition will be focused on the future production of extracellular vesicles and the presentation of the VES4US project.

The programme


09.00 am Welcome and Introduction
09.30 am Introduction to Microresistive Pulse Sensing
10.15 am Coffee break
10.30 am VES4US – An European FET-Open project to exploit extracellular vesicles
11.00 am Techniques for the measurement of size distribution and concentration of EVs
11.30 am Introduction of nCS1

If you wish to watch the seminar online, you can register in the links below. The first link is to register in the first part (before the coffee break) and the second link to the later.