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(May 10, 2022) Webinar: Different Modalities to Study Mechanisms of Hemorrhagic Stroke in A Rat Model

Overview: Hemorrhagic stroke occurrence is functionally partially based on the diet, underlying disease states, nutritional availability, and potential presence of chronic inflammatory disease. Dr. Noriko discussed the potential mechanisms of cerebrovascular dysfunction that lead to hemorrhagic stroke, potential physiological alterations, and possible methods of treatment in preclinical studies. The webinar investigated these questions

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Frequent Asked Questions – Pressure Arteriograph Systems

Frequently Asked Questions: Pressure Arteriograph Systems This frequently asked questions document has been designed to help answer some of the most common questions related to preclinical pressure arteriograph systems. Pressure > 200mmHg 1. Can pressures greater than 200 mmHg be measured and used for control of the PS-200? Yes, the analog voltage signal from the

By |2022-05-04T15:26:26-04:00April 22nd, 2022|Categories: Animal Models, Cardiac Function, Cardiovascular Research, FAQ, Micro-Vascular Flow, Mouse, Physiology, Pressure Arteriography, Rat, Wire Myography|Tags: |Comments Off on Frequent Asked Questions – Pressure Arteriograph Systems

Frequent Asked Questions – Video Dimension Analyzer

Frequently Asked Questions: Video Dimension Analyzer Measurement of Large Diameter Vessels 1. Can I visualize the diameter of large vessels—greater than around 350 µm, or those having thick walls? Yes. Generally, these measurements are limited to only the outside diameter since the light is dispersed passing through the vessel making the inside diameter difficult

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Frequent Asked Questions – Flow Instruments

Frequently Asked Questions: Flow Instruments Intraluminal Flow Rate Ranges 1. What flow rates can be achieved using the Model FC Flow Control Pump The flow rate delivered by the Model FC Flow Control Pump depends upon the size of the tube set that is installed in the pump head. Visit our Tubing and Accessories page

By |2022-05-04T14:02:36-04:00April 22nd, 2022|Categories: Animal Models, Cardiac Function, Cardiovascular Research, FAQ, Micro-Vascular Flow, Mouse, Physiology, Pressure Arteriography, Rat, Wire Myography|Tags: |Comments Off on Frequent Asked Questions – Flow Instruments

Extra Virgin Olive Oil Phenols Vasodilate Rat Mesenteric Resistance Artery via Phospholipase C (PLC)-Calcium Microdomains-Potassium Channels (BKCa) Signals

The increase in wealth and standards of living around the world has resulted in a growing aging demographic.  Consequently, there has been an increase in aging-related deaths associated with cardiovascular diseases (CVDs), and the trends continue to rise.  Medical research has responded with increasing research efforts to treat and prevent CVDs. The most significant

By |2022-08-19T10:36:48-04:00April 30th, 2021|Categories: Animal Models, Articles, Mouse, Pressure Arteriography, Rat, Wire Myography|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Extra Virgin Olive Oil Phenols Vasodilate Rat Mesenteric Resistance Artery via Phospholipase C (PLC)-Calcium Microdomains-Potassium Channels (BKCa) Signals
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