After selecting and introducing the versatile, compact and easy-care DMT Tissue Organ Bath System - 751mT, the team experienced significant savings in time and effort. More importantly, the real tissue experiments are providing compelling benefits to their increasing numbers of Science and Bioscience students.
When the Pharmacology team at top-rated Monash University started planning for their new multidisciplinary teaching labs, they looked for alternatives to their traditional, bulky and high-maintenance organ bath systems.
DMT is pleased to participate in the 1st Summer School of the European Society for Microcirculation (ESM) and the European Vascular Biology Organization (EVBO) from July 1-5, 2018 in Dresden, Germany.
In addition to the exhibit, we will throughout the program, teach vascular function ex vivo on DMT wire and pressure myograph.
Microcirculation and vascular biology play a central role in cardiovascular development, function, and diseases. The ESM and the EVBO want to support young investigators by establishing a Joint Summer School in the years between the Joint European Congresses.
The programme is supported by ESM, EVBO and the TransCampus of TU Dresden and King’s College London.
The programme of the Summer School will include method courses, renowned experts in the field as invited speakers and poster presentations by young investigators selected from the submitted abstracts.
Danish Myo Technology A/S (DMT) is pleased to announce a strategic partnership with ADInstruments do Brasil. The partnership involves the exclusive distribution of DMT’s myograph and isolated heart systems in Latin America.
Carsten Thorndahl, CEO of DMT, said; “This is another solid step in our journey in strengthening our foundation, and we are excited to be partnering with ADI Brasil. The partnership is a strong fit, leveraging our companies’ respective strengths.
ADI Brasil has a specific in-depth knowledge of the South American landscape. With sales and support being more localized - ADI Brasil will be able to enhance the customer experience.”
ADInstruments (ADI) is a world leader in the provision of hardware and software for data acquisition in the life sciences. Their comprehensive, easy-to-use products are highly-cited in scientific journals and used in all of the top 100 colleges and universities in the world. For 30 years, they have been successful in developing quality products and providing great customer service.
Are you attending EB 2018? An opportunity to expand your knowlege about Myography! We will be ready to share knowledge, information and answer whatever questions you might have. Find us at booth 1615.
Experimental Biology is the annual meeting of five societies comprised of more than 14,000 scientists and 25 guest societies.
Primary focus areas include anatomy, biochemistry and molecular biology, investigative pathology, pharmacology, and physiology. EB 2018 is open to everyone with interest in the latest research impacting life sciences. Attendees represent scientists from academic institutions, government agencies, non-profit organizations and industry.
This multidisciplinary, scientific meeting features plenary and award lectures, workshops, oral and posters presentations, on-site career services and exhibits spotlighting equipment, supplies and publications required for research labs and experimental study.
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Ass. Prof Dr. Lars Jørn Jensen et al. has published an interesting article in which three different DMT myograph systems were used…
Clin Sci (Lond). 2018 Feb 28;132(4):461-474. doi: 10.1042/CS20171408.
Long-term diet-induced hypertension in rats is associated with reduced expression and function of small artery SKCa, IKCa, and Kir2.1 channels
Anna K.J. Gradel, Max Salomonsson, Charlotte M. Sørensen, Niels-Henrik Holstein-Rathlou, Lars Jørn Jensen
"Elastic fibers and the mechanics of maturing arteries"
The presentation entitled, Elastic fibers and the mechanics of maturing arteries, is a more in-depth version of her presentation in the "Vascular Mechanics" session at Vascular Biology 2017 (Monterey, CA; October 15-19, 2017).
Elasticity of the large arteries is determined by the amount and quality of elastic fibers in the wall. Elastic fibers are composed of over 20 different proteins and the contribution of different proteins to arterial wall elasticity is largely unknown. We will present data on how arterial wall elasticity is affected by the loss of specific elastic fiber proteins in newborn and maturing mouse aorta and speculate on how these mechanical changes may lead to pathological remodeling in development and disease.
Much of this presentation will refer to her article in the Journal of Biomechanics, "Crosslinked elastic fibers are necessary for low energy loss in the ascending aorta" (2017 Aug 16;61:199-207. doi: 10.1016/j.jbiomech.2017.07.011. Epub 2017 Jul 25). Here is a link to the abstract of the article. If you have a subscription to the Journal of Biomechanics, you will have access to the full text.
Are you attending SOT 2018? An opportunity to expand your knowlege about Myography! We will be ready to share knowledge, information and answer whatever questions you might have. Find us at booth 445.
The Society of Toxicology is holding its Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas in March of 2018. During the five days of the meeting, toxicologists and other industry members gather from over 50 countries to share their research and expertise.
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Boston University of Medicine has examined the relationship between obesity and vascular dysfunction, focusing on the effects of different adipose tissue domains on the vasculature. Using DMT Culture Myographs. Read more...
We are happy to inform that "Advanced Train Stimulation protocols" – fully flexible train stimulation protocol programming, now have been made possible!
USING MYOGRAPHS TO STUDY THE FUNCTIONALITY OF MOUSE VESSELS RETURNING FROM SPACE.
Astronauts face several difficulties after returning from space. Beside muscle and bone wastage, the cardiovascular system also shows signs of maladaptation to space. Changes of the cardiovascular system lead to under-perfusion of the brain and cause symptoms like dizziness, nausea or even blackouts. Therefore it is crucial to understand the morphological and physiological changes occurring in the vasculature of astronauts. The Transplant- and Stemcell Immunobiology (TSI-) Lab of Dr. Schrepfer at the University of California, San Francisco uses DMT myographs to study the vessel functionality of spaceflown mice. Vessels harvested from mice that had lived on the International Space Station (ISS) will be compared to vessels from ground control mice. By using vasoconstrictors and -dilators, Dr. Schrepfer investigates the functional properties of the vessels and gets knowledge of how spaceflight will affect the vasculature. The gained knowledge will not only impact the health of astronaut, at the same time it will increase the understanding of biological processes that will benefit the health of humans on earth.
Thank you for participating in our myograph course. Going through hands-on and informative lessons, everyone successfully ran experiments... getting good, consistent and reliable results. Thanks to those that attended.
PRESS RELEASE 12 July, 2017
EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTION OF DMT SYSTEMS IN CHINA AND HONG KONG
Danish Myo Technology A/S (DMT), a leader in design and manufacture of advanced instrumentation used in ex vivo studies of smooth, skeletal and cardiac muscles is pleased to announce the signing of an Exclusive Distribution Agreement with China Gate Scienfic Co. Ltd. for PR China and Hong Kong SAR.
This appointment, as DMT's exclusive partner in China and the establishment of DMT-China, allows China Gate Scientific the scope to grow the myograph community and to embark on the exciting challenge of promoting new instruments from DMT.
Today at SEF 2017. We are ready for a few days of exhibiting here in Barcelona, Spain. If you are wondering where we will be exhibiting next - you can find all information under "EVENTS" - We hope to see you...
DMT announces APAC Scientific as exclusive distributor of pharmacology instrumentation in Asia Pacific
PRESS RELEASE 15 June, 2017
EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTION OF DMT SYSTEMS IN ASIA PACIFIC
Danish Myo Technology A/S (DMT) is pleased to announce the signing of an exclusive Distribution Agreement with APAC Scientific Pty Ltd for the Asia Pacific region.
This agreement is an important milestone in our pursuit of global outreach. Collaborating with APAC Scientific to establish DMT-Asia Pacific, enhance the customer experience in the region as DMT Asia Pacific will be responsible for sales, marketing, customer support and distribution activities in the region.
Both DMT and APAC Scientific believe in outstanding design, quality manufacturing and exceptional service.
"Detailed instructions on how to determine optimal baseline experimental conditions for vessel function studies"
DMT is the leading provider of high-end research equipment used for ex-vivo studies of vascular smooth muscle, and to continue our strategic expansion we are seeking an ambitious partner, with a well-established, respected business serving the academic sector.
You may be granted exclusive distributor status in assigned countries and as a DMT partner you will facilitate the marketing as well as sales and deliver enhanced local support to current and new customer.
If you are interested in a long-term commitment, and want to grow your business, please contact us at email@example.com with an overview of your business and market opportunity.
Gain skills and confidence using the DMT Myograph Systems. A 5-day comprehensive training course for new and existing customers that focuses on the basic principles involved in small vessel myography.
The goal is that by the end of the five-day course, the participants are equipped with the skills necessary to begin myograph experiments in their own laboratories.
"Normalization procedure made easier... "
The newly developed 4-channel system adds the ease of automating the normalization procedures so that calculations and preload tension is easily set. Following mounting and equilibration, passive length-tension relationships are determined by a standardized procedure.
The DMT MyoHEART System is a state-of-the-art Langendorff system used for isolated perfused heart studies from small rodent.
Using retrograde flow, the MyoHEART is a modern system that com-bines functionality and ease of use. Using cutting edge technology everything is combined in a compact unit where functions are operated and monitored on the touch-screen display.