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Here we discuss the differences between Langendorff and Working Heart perfusion models so you can decide which is the best technique for you!
Enhance your cardiovascular research with an ADInstruments Langendorff System - the perfect solution for measuring inotropic and chronotropic effects in isolation.
We talk to cardiovascular researcher, Dr. Melanie White about how she uses Langendorff perfusion and Proteomics to understand the physiology of the diabetic heart.
Dr. Melanie White, cardiovascular researcher from the University of Sydney, shares her expert advice on best practices and key considerations when performing a Langendorff isolated...
Dr. Melanie White, cardiovascular researcher at the University of Sydney shares her expert knowledge on choosing the appropriate perfusate system, whether that be crystalloid, whole blood...
In this free on-demand webinar Dr. Melanie White, Heart Foundation Future Leader Fellow from the University of Sydney, provides a practical and comprehensive introduction to isolated Langendorff...
A brief guide covering perfusate type, pressure, flow and oxygenation rates for maintaining hepatic function (in-vitro) in an isolated perfused rodent liver experiment.
What is isolated organ research - and why should you be doing it? Check out three key reasons why isolated organ research may be of benefit in your research lab!
We talk to Professor Jim Cotter, Exercise and Environmental Physiologist, about his research on understanding people’s physiological responses to exercise and the environment.
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Find out why Scientist Tony Hickey is turning to the oceans to tackle some of our biggest healthcare questions.
We are pleased to congratulate Tjeerd Boonstra, winner of the 2018 Delsys Prize for his innovate research using electromyography (EMG)!
Noisy signals giving you a headache? Brandon Bucher, Head of Research provides expert advice on avoiding common data acquisition and analysis mistakes in order to produce higher quality research...
Check out how a team of researchers from Harvard Medical School uncovered the unlikely role that cardiac macrophages play in facilitating electrical conduction in the heart!
Get the most out of your Equivital physiological data using LabChart’s Analysis Modules and the Data Pad tool!