Friday, November 4, 2016


Thank you to Drs. Teodorescu and Broytman at the University of Wisconsin-Madison for hosting an introductory workshop and seminar on Lung Function Measurements in Rodents. Research and Development Manager, Liah Fereydoonzad, and Application Specialist, John Morse, worked with participants at the workshop to perform an automated dose-response study in an allergic model with the flexiVent.

The seminar presentation discussed a variety of solutions for in vivo lung physiology, from non-invasive whole body plethysmography to detailed respiratory mechanics with the flexiVent. An application specific approach to the outcomes of each method was presented, as the detail of outcomes is determined by the invasiveness of the technique1.

Please contact us to find out more about lung function measurements or if you are interested in hosting a similar event!

1 J. H. Bates and C. G. Irvin, "Measuring lung function in mice: the phenotyping uncertainty principle.," Journal of Applied Physiology, vol. 94, p. 1297, 2003.

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