Consequences of static and pulsatile pressure on transmembrane exchanges duringin vitro microdialysis: implication for studies in cardiac physiology

@article{Siaghy1999ConsequencesOS,
  title={Consequences of static and pulsatile pressure on transmembrane exchanges duringin vitro microdialysis: implication for studies in cardiac physiology},
  author={E. M. Siaghy and B. Oesterl{\'e} and Ahmad Kheiri and P. Halejcio-Delophont and Dan Ungureanu-Longrois and Jean Pierre Villemot and Dr. P. M. Mertes},
  journal={Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing},
  year={1999},
  volume={37},
  pages={196-201}
}
Microdialysis is an established technique for measuring the kinetics of various neurotransmitters within the extracellular space in the field of neurochemistry. Recently, its use has been extended to sampling in other tissues, including liver, kidney and the heart. A persistent problem in cardiac microdialysis concerns two parameters related to myocardial function: pressure and frequency (heart rate). The aim of the study is to evaluate the consequences of pressure and frequency on… CONTINUE READING