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(October 27, 2021) Webinar: GSK3 Inhibition and Muscle Wasting Disorders: Muscular Dystrophy and Spaceflight

Overview: Muscles are vital for everyday life, from every move we make to every beat of the heart. Conditions that lead to muscle wasting can drastically reduce our health and quality of life. This presentation discussed the possibility of inhibiting an enzyme called glycogen synthase kinase 3 (GSK3) for the treatment/management of muscular

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(October 12, 2021) Webinar: Clinical Field MRI As A Measurement Instrument for 3D Printing and Bioprinting

Overview: Watch our webinar where Professor Marc-Andre Fortin presented about the 3D printing of hydrogels and hydrated substances that have been introduced in various fields of biomedical research including regenerative medicine, cosmetic surgery, orthopedics, and medical physics. However, one of the main challenges faced by 3D printing and bioprinting is geometrical conformity. In

By |2022-01-06T13:24:54-05:00October 13th, 2021|Categories: Biofabrication, Bioprinting, Event, Imaging, In Vivo/In Situ, Mouse, MRI, Past Webinar|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on (October 12, 2021) Webinar: Clinical Field MRI As A Measurement Instrument for 3D Printing and Bioprinting

In vivo grafting of large, engineered heart tissue patches for cardiac repair

As the prevalence of heart failure continues to climb worldwide, most treatments that are currently available work by slowing down disease progression rather than actively reversing the disease process1. Therefore, novel therapies are urgently needed, specifically for the aging population. In recent years, clinical trials in cardiac cell therapy have shown some promise however,

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(August 26, 2021) Webinar #4 Live Virtual Demonstration of the IVM System

Overview: Welcome to the final 4-part series of the IVIM Intravital Microscopy. Using available models, we walked attendees through the system’s workflow as a user and provide in-depth information on setting up an animal for imaging, acquiring microscopic images using the software, and applying some post-processing techniques to obtain quantifiable results. Participants had

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(July 21, 2021) Webinar #3 Applications Review – Highlighting Imaging Examples Using the IVM Intravital Microscope

Overview: After introducing intravital imaging in Webinar #1 and the IVM system and its capabilities in Webinar #2, we brought you real-world examples of IVM applications in collaboration with our reference sites. We presented specific examples of how to apply the IVM system to address various research questions during this webinar. After viewing

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