Phenotyping Arrhythmia & Arrhythmogenicity in Preclinical Models

Phenotyping Arrhythmia & Arrhythmogenicity in Preclinical Models Case Studies in Pharmacology and Toxicology In our recent SOT 2023 hosted session, we discussed the electrocardiographic traits of arrhythmias in rodents and large animals with Dr. Alex Carll (University of Louiseville, KY) and Dr. Kenta Nakamura (University of Washington, WA). They presented their research interests and discussed: […]

Vascular function study using a myograph

emkaMYO2 myograph

Vascular reactivity study using a myograph Myographs are used to determine the myogenic tone, evaluate the impact of treatment on Vascular Smooth Muscle Cells contractility and study endothelial function. This application note includes: An introduction about wire myography The list of material required for small and large vessel dissection Dissection and isolation tips Tissue mounting […]

Funding Opportunities

Funding Opportunities emka TECHNOLOGIES is proud to offer a comprehensive hub of  funding sources, to help support and further develop the preclinical research field. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you require any quotes, project proposals or literature reviews to help with upcoming grant submissions.   Get an equipment project proposal for your […]

Society of Toxicology conference 2023

2023 SOT – Society Of Toxicology March 19-23, 2023 | Nashville, TN The 2023 Society of Toxicology (SOT) Conference Exhibition will take place in Nashville, Tennessee at the Nashville Music City Center from March 20th to the 22nd.  Come meet us at booth 708-710 CVTSS Meeting During the SOT conference, we will be sponsoring the Cardiovascular Toxicology […]

Accurately Phenotyping Arrhythmia and Arrhythmogenicity in Preclinical Models

Arrhythmia

Accurately Phenotyping Arrhythmia and Arrhythmogenicity in Preclinical Models: Case Studies in Pharmacology and Toxicology emka Hosted session | Nashville, USA | March 22nd Nashville Music City Center – Room 101B – 01:30pm – 2:30pm CST The electrocardiographic traits of arrhythmias in rodents and large animals will be described.  Talks: The Art of Phenotyping Cardiac Arrhythmias […]

APS 2023

Physiology

2023 APS – American Physiology Summit April 20-23, 2023 | Long Beach, USA The 2023 American Physiology Summit (APS) Conference Exhibition will take place in Long Beach, California at the Long Beach Convention Center from April 20th to the 23rd. Come to meet us at Booth 520! Screening and phenotyping physiological data High throughput screening […]

Printemps de la Cardiologie 2023

Cardiologie

Printemps de la Cardiologie May 24-26, 2023 | Marseille, FRANCE The 2023 “Printemps de la cardiologie” conference will take place in Marseille this year. Join us and discover our solutions for cardiovascular studies. cardiotoxicity VASCULAR BIOLOGY heart failure & cardiac model development Arrhythmia AUTONOMIC DYSFUNCTION Non-invasive rodent ECG ecgTUNNEL is a plug-and-play system for snapshot […]

Pulmonary Function User Group Meeting 2023

Pulmonary Function User Group Meeting June 07, 2023 |Leuven, Belgium 9:00 am – 4:00 pm – Park Inn by Radisson Hotel Free of charge (Lunch will be provided). Join us for a day of scientific presentations focused on Preclinical Pulmonary Function, and share your feedback with other emka & scireq users:  flexiVent perturbations – Basics […]

Preclinical Blood Pressure Measurements

Preclinical Blood Pressure measurements In our recent SPS 2022 hosted session, we discussed the Translational Assessment of Pressor Effects of Drugs with Dr.Christine Garnett (FDA), Dr.Todd Wisialowski (Pfizer) and Dr.Brian Roche (Charles River). They presented a short overview of their work before participating in the discussion and sharing their expertise on pressure liabilities in drug […]

E-cigarettes induce Cardiac Arrhythmia and Conduction Defects In Mice

e-cigarettes induce cardiac arrhythmia and conduction defects in mice This document provides a summary of the study by Dr. Carll et al. at the University of Louisville published in Nature Communications: E-cigarettes and their lone constituents induce cardiac arrhythmia and conduction defects in mice. Carl, A., et al. (2022). Nature Communications, 13(1):6088. doi: 10.1038/s41467-022-33203-1. It […]

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