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2024 SOT - Society of Toxicology

 The 2024 Society of Toxicology (SOT) Conference Exhibition will take place in Salt Lake City, Utah at the Salt Palace Convention Center from March 10th to the 14th.   Come meet us at Booth 816 & 818 !   

Hosted Session – Bridging the Gap: Integrating In Vivo and In Vitro Inhalation Toxicity Assessments

SCIREQ & the Fraunhofer ITEM will be hosted a free in-person session on March 13th at 12-1pm MST. The event was held at the SOT 2024 Salt Palace Convention Center in Room 155C

Session Description: During this session, speakers examined critical factors for robust and reliable in vitro and in vivo aerosol exposure studies with inhaled therapeutics and with airborne toxicants such as e-cigarettes. The speakers  discussed the importance of establishing correlations between in vitro and in vivo outcomes, and explore the respective strengths and limitations of mouse and airway-liquid interface (ALI) models

Our Sales team is available for meetings during the conference from Monday 11th to Wednesday 13th from 9 am – 4:30 pm MST

Schedule a meeting with us using the links below

David Brunet
CEO & President

Mathew Collard
Application Specialist

In Vivo and In Vitro Smoke Exposure

We are proud to introduce our new expoCube, adding robust in vitro exposure to the automated inExpose system.

The expoCube provides a novel ALI (air liquid interface) culture exposure system, integrating with the inExpose’s existing exposure generators such as the integrated cigarette smoking robot and industry leading e-cigarette extensions.

The expoCube features:

  • Reproducibility: Efficient, uniform, and precise exposure of particulates onto target cells and tissues.
  • Precision: Optimized flow paths using advanced computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modelling.
  • Deposition: Patented thermophoresis, increasing the deposition efficiency of small particles without imparting unnatural electrostatic charges onto the aerosols.
expoCube with Tray

The innovative design of the expoCube permits aerosol deposition profiles that are efficient, reproducible and translational.


No cal? No problem! Using Noninvasive Impedance to Assess Respiratory Function


Hosted Session  – March 12th, 2024, 12-1pm MST, Room 155 C

emka TECHNOLOGIES hosted a free in-person session on March 12th. The event was held at the SOT 2024 Conference Room in Room 155C

Session description: The presentation discussed evaluation of noninvasive impedance device for respiratory assessment using emkaPACK Jacketed Telemetry System. Through standard external ECG leads both ECG and external respiratory impedance data was compared against the proven RIP system using positive control agents. Additionally, calibration stability was evaluated over time through pre and post calibration checks. Finally, the presentation demonstrated methods of recovering data in the event of inaccurate pneumotach calibrations using scaling utilities within ECG auto.