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Frequent Asked Questions – Prospect T1

Frequently Asked Questions : High-frequency preclinical ultrasound This Frequently Asked Questions document has been designed to help answer some of the most commonly asked questions by people newer to high frequency ultrasound imaging, but also addresses some Prospect T1 specific questions. The questions have been divided into a few groups:Imaging application questionsUltrasound as an imaging

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Nobel Prize for Physiology and Medicine 2019

NOBEL PRIZE FOR PHYSIOLOGY AND MEDICINE 2019 Download Document Here Nobel Prize for Physiology and Medicine 2019 Awarded for Discovery in Oxygen Related Mechanisms of Disease Most life forms need oxygen for energy production but the fundamental oxygen sensing mechanisms that translate changes into action inside cells has been elusive. During the last two

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Frequent Asked Questions – DFVS

What does DFVS stand for?DFVS stands for Doppler Flow Velocity System. It is a high-frequency, real-time pulsed Doppler measurement device designed specifically for measuring cardiovascular function in small animals.What do you mean by Doppler?The Doppler effect refers to the change in frequency of a wave in relation to an observer who is moving relative to

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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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(June 16, 2021) Demonstration: Doppler Flow Velocity System (DFVS)

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