A Simplified, Langendorff-Free Method for Concomitant Isolation of Viable Cardiac Myocytes and Nonmyocytes From the Adult Mouse Heart.

@article{AckersJohnson2016ASL,
  title={A Simplified, Langendorff-Free Method for Concomitant Isolation of Viable Cardiac Myocytes and Nonmyocytes From the Adult Mouse Heart.},
  author={Matthew Andrew Ackers-Johnson and Peter Yiqing Li and Andrew P Holmes and Sian-Marie O'Brien and Davor Pavlovic and Roger S-Y Foo},
  journal={Circulation research},
  year={2016},
  volume={119 8},
  pages={
          909-20
        }
}
RATIONALE Cardiovascular disease represents a global pandemic. The advent of and recent advances in mouse genomics, epigenomics, and transgenics offer ever-greater potential for powerful avenues of research. However, progress is often constrained by unique complexities associated with the isolation of viable myocytes from the adult mouse heart. Current protocols rely on retrograde aortic perfusion using specialized Langendorff apparatus, which poses considerable logistical and technical… CONTINUE READING

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