Measurement of Smooth Muscle Function in the Isolated Tissue Bath-applications to Pharmacology Research

@inproceedings{Jespersen2015MeasurementOS,
  title={Measurement of Smooth Muscle Function in the Isolated Tissue Bath-applications to Pharmacology Research},
  author={Brian Jespersen and Nathan R Tykocki and Stephanie W Watts and Peter J R Cobbett},
  booktitle={Journal of visualized experiments : JoVE},
  year={2015}
}
Isolated tissue bath assays are a classical pharmacological tool for evaluating concentration-response relationships in a myriad of contractile tissues. While this technique has been implemented for over 100 years, the versatility, simplicity and reproducibility of this assay helps it to remain an indispensable tool for pharmacologists and physiologists alike. Tissue bath systems are available in a wide array of shapes and sizes, allowing a scientist to evaluate samples as small as murine… CONTINUE READING
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