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Nick Spencer, Neurogastroenterologist from Flinders University Australia shares how he uses optogenetics to understand neural pathways of the enteric nervous system.
Here we discuss some of the less well-known applications of the Millar pressure catheter including tumor, intradiscal, and transdiaphragmatic pressure measurements!
Cardiovascular Physiologist Adam Goodwill (P.h.D) provides an introduction to the pressure-volume loop, how it compares to other techniques, plus tips for interpreting measures of cardiac...
Cardiovascular Physiologist Dr. DeWayne Townsend discusses the advantages and limitations of the carotid and apical approach for PV loop studies.
Cardiovascular Physiologist DeWayne Townsend discusses common sources of signal variability, experimental considerations and expert tips for collecting high-quality PV loop data.
Here we cover the three most common problems people encounter when using a Millar Research Catheter and the corrective actions you can take to fix them!
Min Zi, a cardiovascular researcher from the University of Manchester, uses PV Loop and hemodynamic analyses to investigate the molecular processes that lead to the development of cardiac hypertrophy...
Congratulations to Shriya Srinivasan, winner of the 2019 Delsys Prize for Innovation in Electromyography!
Essential tips and practical advice from isolated heart expert Dr. Melanie White, for Langendorff heart and perfusion. Covers animal care, heparin, contractility, and more.
Find out why you should consider studying ventricular pressure-volume (PV) loops - the gold standard for measuring direct, real-time cardiac function - as part of your cardiovascular research.
Check out our brief summary highlighting the advantages and limitations of constant flow vs. constant pressure perfusion setups for Langendorff isolated heart studies.
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...