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SCIREQ has been working within the preclinical respiratory research community for over 20 years and our systems have been cited in over 2000 peer-reviewed scientific publications. We continue to expand and strengthen our network of researchers across various research applications. Check out our interview series with leading pulmonary researchers using SCIREQ equipment here.
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Mice strain can have an important impact on research, as certain strains are better suited to some applications than others. Learn more about the most commonly used strains in respiratory research.
Complementing plethysmograph studies with the flexiVent detailed respiratory mechanics provides a complete and powerful model analysis on functional and structural changes within a phenotype.
Download our protocol describing the procedures required to perform forced-oscillation measurements of respiratory mechanics in mice at baseline and following increasing aerosolized methacholine challenges, using the flexiVent.
Learn the steps and procedures required to adequately perform a bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) following measurements of respiratory mechanics in mice using the flexiVent systems in our BAL protocol document.
Save time evaluating SCIREQ equipment by having a SCIREQ Application Specialist conduct a custom
literature research. Researchers will receive an email report showing SCIREQ publications relevant to their specific application research area, along with custom equipment recommendations and commentary.