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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...
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!
A brief guide covering perfusate type, pressure, flow and oxygenation rates for maintaining hepatic function (in-vitro) in an isolated perfused rodent liver experiment.
Lt’s Anatomy Collection is a complete curriculum of ready-to-use lessons and labs, featuring media-rich dissection and histology images and videos.
The Anatomy Collection is here! Instructional designer, Tim Wright, highlights some top features for students and educators from our Histology Labs.
Pictures tell a thousand words, so here are 10 free high-quality images to use in your anatomy teaching...
Jacqui Sue, one of our lead instructional designers takes us through her favorite Dissection Lab from the Lt Anatomy Collection!
We talk to Rachel Klaus from ToLTech about her passion for Anatomy and her day-to-day life working in a modern dissection lab.
We talk to Rachel Klaus from ToLTech about the Visible Human Project and how they have used imagery from the VHP to create 3D anatomical models of the human body!
May 2nd marks the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci's death, one of the most famous anatomical illustrators of all time.
Expert advice from Associate Professor, Tina Hinton on how to make your labs run like a well-oiled machine!
We talk to Professor Jim Cotter, Exercise and Environmental Physiologist, about his research on understanding people’s physiological responses to exercise and the environment.