Complimentary Webinar: ATLAS PST: A New Dimension in Platelet Function

Posted: May 8, 2024

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Coagulation, Platelet Function Testing, NETs, Neutrophil Elastase Activity testing, ADAMTS13, MMPs, Nu.Q

Complimentary Webinar

ATLAS Platelet Strength Test: A New Dimension in Platelet Function

Wednesday, May 22 at 1 p.m. EDT

 

ATLAS PST instrument

The newest way to correlate platelet strength and size with functionality

DiaPharma is excited to invite you to a webinar where we will delve into the innovative ATLAS PST technology and its unparalleled functional measurements for platelet biomechanics on a multi-platelet scale. Discover how the ATLAS PST leverages machine learning alongside microscopy to unveil intricate insights into platelet aggregation, clot size, and contractile forces within whole blood samples. Moreover, join us as we explore the vast potential of artificial intelligence in identifying unique patterns of dysfunction associated with platelet-related diseases across various medical research domains such as trauma, personalized medicine, blood banking, and cancer-associated thrombosis.

Bring your questions and discover how the ATLAS PST can revolutionize your platelet research.

The ATLAS PST instrument and consumables are for research use only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

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As the sample moves through the analysis chamber, microclots form and the force of the bond is measured.

The Stasys proprietary sensor technology measures the force of a formed microclot on the cellular level, and rapidly evaluates factors in the blood to assess coagulopathy

Top: The Stasys proprietary sensor technology measures the force of a formed microclot on the cellular level, and rapidly evaluates factors in the blood to assess coagulopathy.

Bottom: As the sample moves through the analysis chamber, microclots form and the force of the bond is measured.


Stasys proprietary sensor technology - An individual sensor at the micron scale, and the shear gradients that it creates on passing streamlines of blood.

An individual sensor at the micron scale, and the shear gradients that it creates on passing streamlines of blood.


For research use only in the U.S. and Canada. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.


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