Exercise Biochemistry and Immunology Laboratory | Exercise Science/Physiology | Kent State University

Exercise Biochemistry and Immunology Laboratory

The Exercise Biochemistry and Immunology Laboratory is an interdisciplinary facility dedicated to processing and analyzing various biological samples in response to diverse exercise stimuli. 
 
This is a shared laboratory space among the faculty of the Exercise Science/Physiology Program.  Currently, the capabilities of this laboratory space allow for the storage and processing of circulating proteins and hormones following exercise and during recovery.  Techniques that are currently employed in this lab include spectrophotometric assay analyses, enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays (ELISAs) and Flow Cytometry.
 

EQUIPMENT

  • NovoCyte 4-color Flow Cytometer with NovoSampler
  • Beckman Coulter AcT-diff2
  • BioTek Epoch2 spectrophotometer
  • BioTek 50TS Automated Plate Washer
  • Millipore Elix3 Water Filtration System
  • ThermoScientific TSU -86ºC Ultrafreezer
  • Laboratory Refrigerator (4ºC) and Freezer (-20ºC)
  • pH Meter
  • Two Tabletop, Refrigerated Centrifuges
  • Two Microcentrifuges
  • Two Magnetic Stirrer/Hotplates
  • Two Balances
  • Three Vortexes
  • Multiple single- and multi-channel micropipets

 

Contact Information

Laboratory Administrator:    Adam Jajtner, Ph.D.