Does Tail‐Cuff Plethysmography Provide a Reliable Estimate of Central Blood Pressure in Mice?

R adiotelemetric recording is widely recognized as the best method for establishing a blood pressure phenotype, or evaluating interventions that affect blood pressure, in mice. However, the necessary hardware and software is costly, and successful surgical implantation of the transmitters requires some skill. Furthermore, the transmitter-catheter system is… CONTINUE READING