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Studying Flow-Induced Pulmonary Hypertension and Compensatory Lung Growth

In the realm of pulmonary research, the search to understand complex lung conditions has led to the development of various animal models. Among these, a new murine model from Tsijis et al stands out for its potential to investigate flow-induced pulmonary hypertension (PH) and compensatory lung growth (CLG).

NEBS AND PIEZO2: GUARDIANS OF THE RESPIRATORY GALAXY

In a recent Nature publication by Schappe,M (2024), researchers have revealed a fascinating aspect of respiratory physiology: the role of sensory neurons in guarding against airway obstruction and orchestrating crucial reflexes to maintain respiratory function.

FEV Measurements in Preclinical Models of Respiratory Disease

As researchers strive to bridge the gap between preclinical investigations and clinical outcomes, the accurate assessment of Forced Expired Volume (FEV) and Forced Vital Capacity (FVC) emerges as a cornerstone for establishing translational relevance.

Understanding the Pulmonary Effects of Inhaled Arsenic Trioxide (ATO)

Arsenic trioxide (ATO) is an inorganic arsenical that poses significant environmental and public health risks due to its toxic nature. While it is widely used in various industrial and medicinal applications, the potential harm caused by intentional or accidental exposure cannot be overlooked.