New publication available about the optimization of the CULTEX® radial flow system for in vitro investigation of lung damaging agents.
September 7, 2015September 7, 2015
Toxicology Letters 2015 Sep 7. pii: S0378-4274(15)30040-0 “Optimization of the CULTEX® radial flow system for in vitro investigation of lung damaging agents.” Authors: A. Tsoutsoulopoulus, N. Möhle, M. Aufderheide, A. Schmidt, H. Thiermann, D. Steinritz Read more on Science...
Cultex Laboratories published new study about ciliatoxicity in human primary bronchiolar epithelial cells after repeated exposure to native mainstream smoke
May 21, 2015May 21, 2015
Experimental and Toxicologic Pathology 2015; doi:10.1016/j.etp.2015.04.006 “Ciliatoxicity in human primary bronchiolar epithelial cells after repeated exposure at the air-liquid interface with native mainstream smoke of K3R4F cigarettes with and without charcoal filter” Authors: M. Aufderheide, S. Scheffler, S. Ito,...
Cultex Laboratories published new study about cytotoxicity of e-cigarette vapor.
April 21, 2015April 21, 2015
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2015, 12(4), 3915-3925 “Evaluation of E-Cigarette Liquid Vapor and Mainstream Cigarette Smoke after Direct Exposure of Primary Human Bronchial Epithelial Cells” Authors: S. Scheffler, H. Dieken, O. Krischenowski, C. Förster, D....
Cultex Laboratories offers new routine toxicity test for e-liquid quality control.
April 20, 2015April 20, 2015
Why in vitro testing? E-cigarette liquids contain several components, which® are generally approved as food additives. However, the approval for oral use is not necessarily relevant for their inhalational use. Flavors especially can bear unknown risks, if inhaled. A...
Cultex Laboratories develops strategy for e-cigarette testing
March 16, 2015March 16, 2015
Cultex Laboratories develops strategy for e-cigarette testing using normal bronchial epithelial cells The number of sold e-cigarettes raised rapidly since the introduction of the product in 2003. The annual sales in the UK for example increased about 25% from...