Dudley Lamming, PhD, explains how sex and strain type are highly important factors in observing responses to dietary interventions in mice.
In this webinar, Dr. Dennis Turner delves into dementia syndrome, the metabolic changes that occur, and the importance of proper physiological monitoring of animal models.
Join Jonathan Brestoff, MD, PhD, MPH, for an exploration of how energy expenditure can be better described thanks to a new bioinformatic algorithm known as Clambake.
Join Dr. Junseok Son for a discussion on how a maternal exercise of mice protocol can aid in explorations of the beneficial effects of exercise on neonatal health.
Martin Young discusses 24-hr circadian rhythms that influence processes like metabolism that are critical to cardiovascular function.
The Cutting Edge Conversations series offers a deep dive into specific research areas and focused insights regarding market-relevant processes from respected firms in the industry.
Marc Reitman, MD, PhD and Oksana Gavrilova, PhD discuss thermal physiology, energy expenditure, and thermoneutrality in a mouse model.
Join Dr. Dale Abel for a deep dive into the mechanisms underlying heart failure in aging and diabetes.
Join Caroline Wuyts, MSc for a deep dive into her research on pregnancy and monitoring glucose availability throughout the reproductive timeline of a mouse model.
A two-day virtual user meeting showcasing state-of-the-art applications in both life and material sciences, and provides the latest Bruker news about hardware and software.
Join Jonas Treebak, PhD and Alexander Bartelt, PhD for a deep dive into the physiological mechanisms underlying metabolic adaptations to exercise training and cold exposure.
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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