RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C.-February 3, 2016 – Triangle Research Labs, LLC (TRL) will host the first ever Quasi Vivo® training session in North America on February 25-26 in Research Triangle Park, NC. The announcement comes on the heels of a distribution deal with Kirkstall, Ltd., which made TRL the primary distributor of Kirkstall’s 3-D cell fluidic culture system, Quasi Vivo®, in the US and Canada.
The workshop will offer researchers the opportunity to access an intimate understanding of the Quasi Vivo® system through a series of lectures and discussions, and hands-on experience with a cell culture experiment.
"Beyond the hands on use of Quasi Vivo®, users will come away generally with new knowledge of how fluidics can improve the physiological relevance of their in vitro systems and be able to then convey that among their colleagues with a significant amount of authority," said Dr. Maureen Bunger, Technical Director at TRL.
During the workshop, the lectures will come from U.K. based, Kirkstall, Ltd. representatives Dr. Kelly Davidge and Dr. J Malcolm Wilkinson, both of whom have expert knowledge of the Quasi Vivo® product line and its various applications.
Registration for the event costs $395.00 USD, which covers breakfast, lunch, and materials used during the training. To register for the two-day workshop, visit: http://triangleresearchlabs.net/the-quasi-vivo-workshop/
About TRL, LLC
Triangle Research Labs, LLC (TRL) launched in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina in 2011. TRL provides high-quality primary human and animal hepatocytes for use in pre-clinical ADMETox applications. The biotechnology company distributes cryopreserved NoSpin HepaRG™ cells and related media for Biopredic International and recently began distributing Quasi Vivo® Cell Culture Flow Systems for Kirkstall Ltd. TRL's expert staff has decades of experience in the hepatic sciences and a strong commitment to providing high quality products that consistently exceed customer expectations. Known for developing lasting relationships, TRL strives to understand individual research needs, and work mutually towards the common goal of improving the quality of life. For more information about TRL, visit their website at www.trlcells.com, follow them on Twitter @TRLofRTP, and follow them on Linked In.