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i am not authorized for some highly demanded journal subscription. thus i feel difficulty in undrestanding their experimental designs. where else on web can i find experimental details on animal models for cardiovascular diseases for free.
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I used to experinced the similar situation, so I know your feeling. I can share one of my tips: contact the author. There is always an e-mail address, snail-mail adress, phone number, or fax number. That works for me I am sure they would like to help you because they also like when their papers being citated, a publication you know On your side, you will get an advantage, you are in touch with them, you can consult and discuss things whenever you need it Now I have my "e-supervisors"
Dr.Stein wrote:Me? Specific? You ARE the one who will be into a study, not me... or? I'm confused
Sorry about that...I meant for angel to check under those terms (study/research) as opposed to the term "experiment".
If I knew what type of veterinary cardiovascular experimentation angel is looking for, I could hopefully help with some resources.
cardiorrhexis wrote:Try doing a google on Veterinary Cardiac Research or Veterinary Cardiac Studies....
We don't like to call them "experiments".
Can you be more specific...maybe I can lead you in the right direction?
Well, I have to present a paper that deals with Shh genetherapy done on LAD coronary ligated mice suffering from myocardial ischemia, for our weekly seminars organized in our centre. As I am new to the field of pharmacology and animal studies I am not able to fully understand the terminology. I wanted to know, how can one differentiate between Ischemic and Non-ischemic tissues.
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