March 2-6, 2019 Biophysical Society 63th Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, USA

Visit us at booth 217 together with our cooperation partner Nanion Technologies and see how Ionera's MECA Technology is working with the Orbit Mini and the Orbit 16 of Nanion.

Ionera will introduce the new product: MECAopto-inv Chip - the four channel bilayer measurement setup for simultaneous optical and electrical readout within an inverted microscope setup.

Ionera's MECA Technology is also featured within the workshop of Nanion Technologies: "Ion Channels and Transporters in the Spotlight" Monday, March 4, 12:30 - 2:00 PM, Room 301

Posters and talks featuring MECA-Technology:

Array of freestanding planar lipid bilayers for parallel optical and electrical recordings
Gerhard Baaken, Ekaterina Zaitseva, Soenke Petersen, Taras Sych, Kubick Stefan, Jan C. Behrends
Poster Session Title: Posters: Micro- and Nanotechnology I, Monday, March 4 1:45 PM, Board #B554

Kinetic analysis of single molecule electrodiffusion in a biological nanopore with two binding sites
Norbert Ankri, Mordjane Boukhet, Gerhard Baaken, Murugappan Muthukumar, Jan C. Behrends
Poster Session Title: Posters: Biosensors I, Sunday, March 3 1:45 PM, Board #B511

Exploring the role of pore-lining charged residues for porin-DNA interaction
Tobias Ensslen
Poster Session Title: Posters: Biosensors II (Late), Tuesday, March 5 1:45 PM, Board #LB100

Conference Venue: Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, MD, USA

Go to the conference website here.