De la Paz et al. have developed an ingestible, self-powered, and wireless biosensing capsule that can hopefully be used for the noninvasive diagnosis of gastrointestinal disorders in the future. Recently published in Nature Communications, the authors demonstrated how its real-time performance in a porcine model, which we summarize in this post.
Join Caroline Wuyts, from KU Leuven - VIB, as she answers questions from a recent webinar where she discusses her research on pregnancy and monitoring glucose availability throughout the reproductive timeline of a mouse model.
Aileen King presents data showing that small alterations to experimental protocol and choice of model can impact on both welfare and data interpretation when studying blood glucose homeostasis in mice.
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This workshop is essential for those looking to master the glucose clamp technique in awake and behaving mice and rats. These models allow for glucose clamping using instruments such as Instech's euglycemic clamp.
Stephanie Simonds and Megan Fine present wireless glucose monitoring methodology, best practices, research findings, and discuss the power of continuous glucose profiles, particularly when combined with other gold standard assays to study obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular related diseases.