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The Graz Organ Bath can be used for many standard pharmacological experiments. This apparatus was developed for experiments on small isolated vascular rings (1 to 2 mm dia.) with special attention to a low incubation volume of the medium. The smallest tissue vessel available has a volume of 2 ml. The muscle contractions produced in these experiments can be measured either as forces (isometrically) or as displacements (isotonically).
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739917 Graz Vertical Tissue Bath System

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• Designed for vascular rings but suitable for most standard pharmacological experiments
• Permits experiments both on smooth muscle, cardiac (atria), or skeletal muscles preparations
• Clear, 4-channel arrangement
• Rigid construction
• Contractions can be measured isometrically or isotonically
• Interchangeable tissue vessels:
2, 5, 10 or 20 ml
• Experiments with minimum test substance quantities are possible using small tissue vessels
• Adaptable to different tissue preparations by suitable form of tissue supports
• Tissue holders with integral field stimulating electrode available
• Simple to operate, easy to clean

The Graz Organ Bath can be used for many standard pharmacological experiments. This apparatus was developed for experiments on small isolated vascular rings (1 to 2 mm dia.) with special attention to a low incubation volume of the medium. The smallest tissue vessel available has a volume of 2 ml. The muscle contractions produced in these experiments can be measured either as forces (isometrically) or as displacements (isotonically).
The organ bath is also available in variable versions. Larger tissue vessels of 5, 10 or 20 ml are available for larger vessels and other muscle preparations. These baths can also be used for experiments on papillary muscle or isolated atria (e.g. guinea-pig), with provision for electrical stimulation.
The F-30 isometric transducer that we recommend can easily be replaced by different transducers without any modification of the apparatus.
The main consideration in designing the bath has been a simple and clear arrangement, without neglecting the necessary stability. A rigid construction is an essential requirement for measuring small contraction forces. A rigid Plexiglas baseplate carriers 4 vertical rods on which the individual components are mounted. Tissue vessels and suitable holders are available in 4 different sizes. The perfusion solution is aerated by glass frits fused into the vessel bottom. A needle valves is provided for each tissue vessel to permit accurate adjustment of the gas flow.


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Force Displacemen Transducer, 5-hydroxytryptamine is a mediator of 4-aminopyridine induced contractions in porcine and human isolated coronary arteries
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Isolated Organ Set use in Intraoperative and Laboratory Evaluation of Skeletonized Versus Pedicled Internal Thoracic Artery
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Force Transducer influence of opioids on the vascular tone of isolated porcine coronary artery segments
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Organ Bath use in Aging and Chronic Hypertension Decrease Expression of Rat Aortic Soluble Guanylyl Cyclase
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Two Distinct Ca2+ - Dependent Signaling Pathways regulate the Motor Output of Cochlear Outer Hair Cells with Pneumatic Injection System
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Development of a multiplexed microbioreactor system for high throughput bioprocessing
   

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