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The following is a collection of webinars, tech-casts, product set up and training videos for Aurora Scientific instrumentation and associated research applications.

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Out of This World Research at Brock University - Space Flight’s Impact on Female Mice Reproductive Health

Out of This World Research at Brock University: Space Flight’s Impact on Female Mice Reproductive Health

NASA’s SpaceX CRS-29 launched on November 9th carrying the Rodent Research-20 (RR-20) payload, the contents of which will be studied by Brock University’s Dr. Val Fajardo and his team using Aurora Scientific equipment upon its return.

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DEMO: Cardiac Trabeculae Dissection and Experiments with the Aurora Scientific 1500A

DEMO: Cardiac Trabeculae Dissection and Experiments with the Aurora Scientific 1500A

The Aurora Scientific team will provide a methodology focused virtual demonstration of the dissection, tissue preparation, and mounting of cardiac trabeculae with their 1500A small intact muscle system.

Out of This World Research at Brock University: Post Mission Insights into Alterations of Soleus Muscle Function in Space-Flown Mice

Out of This World Research at Brock University: Post Mission Insights into Alterations of Soleus Muscle Function in Space-Flown Mice

Hear Dr. Val Fajardo, Jessica Braun, and Briana Hockey on their experience working on NASA’s Rodent Research-20 (RR-20) mission at the Roskamp Institute, the data collected utilizing Aurora Scientific equipment, and future directions of the lab.

WEBINAR: Molecular Signals Mediating Increases in Muscle Size and Function

In this webinar, Dr. Bert Blaauw elucidates skeletal muscle regulatory pathways and offers approaches to tackle muscle deficits for therapy.

Analyzing experiments in DMA

Step-by-Step: Analyzing Experiments in DMA

This blog will provide a walkthrough of how to analyze an experiment in our Dynamic Muscle Analysis (DMA) LabBook software.

Unlocking Heart Health - Revolutionizing Diastolic Function through Integrative Muscle Physiology at Wayne State University

Unlocking Heart Health: Revolutionizing Diastolic Function through Integrative Muscle Physiology at Wayne State University

Dr. Charles Chung is an Associate Professor of Physiology at Wayne State University. Using integrated physiology, analyzing data from the molecular level to the whole muscle, his laboratory aims to provide new directions and identify novel treatments for a variety of cardiac disorders. Learn more about his research group by watching the interview or summarized blog below.

JoVE Video - In Vivo Measurement of Hindlimb Dorsiflexor Isometric Torque from Pig

In Vivo Measurement of Hindlimb Dorsiflexor Isometric Torque from Pig

The present protocol describes concise experimental details on the evaluation and interpretation of in vivo torque data obtained via electrical stimulation of the common peroneal nerve in anesthetized pigs.

Out of This World Research at Brock University - Space Flight’s Impact on Female Mice Reproductive Health

Out of This World Research at Brock University: Space Flight’s Impact on Female Mice Reproductive Health

NASA’s SpaceX CRS-29 launched on November 9th carrying the Rodent Research-20 (RR-20) payload, the contents of which will be studied by Brock University’s Dr. Val Fajardo and his team using Aurora Scientific equipment upon its return.

Cut and Paste of Myosin Binding Protein-C in Striated Muscles

Cut and Paste of Myosin Binding Protein-C in Striated Muscles

Dr. Samantha Harris discusses the development of three new mouse models in her lab, engineered to target and replace specific myosin binding protein-C paralogs in muscle fibers and impact of their mutations on skeletal and cardiac muscle diseases.

Integrating Patient Engagement and Trainee Development in Pre-Clinical Research

Integrating Patient Engagement and Trainee Development in Pre-Clinical Research

Christopher Perry, PhD discusses how his laboratory aims to discover mechanisms by which metabolic dysfunction causes muscle weakness and apply these findings to develop new therapies for muscle disorders. Homira Osman, PhD will provide a particular focus on leveraging scientific findings for practice and policy and linking trainees with patient communities.

JoVE Video - Mechanical Control of Relaxation Using Intact Cardiac Trabeculae

Mechanical Control of Relaxation Using Intact Cardiac Trabeculae

Melissa Bukowski and colleagues describe and demonstrate a method to measure mechanical control of relaxation or the strain dependence of muscle relaxation in rodent cardiac trabecula.

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