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Microperfusion Technique to Investigate Regulation of Microvessel Permeability in Rat Mesentery

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10.3791/53210-v

September 12th, 2015

September 12th, 2015

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1Department of Physiology & Membrane Biology, University of California Davis

The modified Landis technique enables paired measurement of the hydraulic conductivity of individual microvessels in the mesentery of normal and genetically modified rats under control and test conditions using microperfusion techniques. It provides a convenient method to evaluate mechanisms that regulate microvessel permeability and transvascular exchange under physiological conditions.

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