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- A Method to Study the Impact of Chemically-induced Ovarian Failure on Exercise Capacity and Cardiac Adaptation in Mice
- Tubal Cytology of the Fallopian Tube as a Promising Tool for Ovarian Cancer Early Detection
- Re-Arterialized Rat Partial Liver Transplantation with an in vivo Vessel-Oriented 70% Hepatectomy
- Using Laser Doppler Imaging and Monitoring to Analyze Spinal Cord Microcirculation in Rat
- Live Cell Imaging of the TGF- β/Smad3 Signaling Pathway In Vitro and In Vivo Using an Adenovirus Reporter System
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Articles by Hao Chen in JoVE
A Method to Study the Impact of Chemically-induced Ovarian Failure on Exercise Capacity and Cardiac Adaptation in Mice Hao Chen1, Jessica N. Perez1, Eleni Constantopoulos1, Laurel McKee1, Jessica Regan1, Patricia B. Hoyer1, Heddwen L. Brooks1, John Konhilas1 1Department of Physiology, University of Arizona Two exercise paradigms were tested on a newly developed chemically induced menopausal mouse model to examine the impact of menopause on exercise capacity and cardiac adaption to exercise.
Tubal Cytology of the Fallopian Tube as a Promising Tool for Ovarian Cancer Early Detection Hao Chen1, Robert Klein1, Stacy Arnold1, Yiying Wang2, Setsuko Chambers3,4, Wenxin Zheng5,6 1Department of Pathology, University of Arizona College of Medicine, 2 We explored a tubal cytologic method by sampling the fallopian tube directly post-surgical excision as a tool of ovarian cancer early detection. Here, we present a protocol to collect fallopian tube cells from freshly received surgical specimens.
Re-Arterialized Rat Partial Liver Transplantation with an in vivo Vessel-Oriented 70% Hepatectomy Xuehai Chen1, Rong Yu2, Ziqiang Xu3, Yan Zhang3, Chengyang Liu4, Bicheng Chen*1, Hao Jin*3 1Department of Surgery, The First Affiliated Hospital of Wenzhou Medical University, 2Reproductive Center, The First Affiliated Hospital of Wenzhou Medical University, 3Department of Transplantation, The First Affiliated Hospital of Wenzhou Medical University, 4Department of Surgery, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania Here, a protocol involving re-arterialized rat partial liver transplantation is presented. Specifically, 70% liver was resected in vivo by using an updated technique of vessel-oriented hepatectomy. The hepatic artery was reconstructed in an end-to-side manner. The cuff technique was modified to shorten the anastomosis time of the infrahepatic vena cava.
Using Laser Doppler Imaging and Monitoring to Analyze Spinal Cord Microcirculation in Rat Yingli Jing*1,2,3,4, Fan Bai*1,2,3,4, Hui Chen1,2,3,4, Hao Dong1,2,3,4 1China Rehabilitation Research Center, 2Institute of Rehabilitation Science of China, 3Center of Neural Injury and Repair, Beijing Institute for Brain Disorders, 4Beijing Key Laboratory of Neural Injury and Rehabilitation Here we present a combination of laser Doppler perfusion imaging (LDPI) and laser Doppler perfusion monitoring (LDPM) to measure spinal cord local blood flows and oxygen saturation (SO2), as well as a standardized procedure for introducing spinal cord trauma on rat.
Live Cell Imaging of the TGF- β/Smad3 Signaling Pathway In Vitro and In Vivo Using an Adenovirus Reporter System Hao Chen*1, Thomas M.B. Ware*1, Josephine Iaria1, Hong-Jian Zhu1 1Department of Surgery (RMH), University of Melbourne Here, we present a protocol for live cell imaging of TGF-β/Smad3 signaling activity using an adenovirus reporter system. This system tracks transcriptional activity in real-time and can be applied to both single cells in vitro and in live animalmodels.
Other articles by Hao Chen on PubMed
Optimizing Closed Reduction of Nasal and Zygomatic Arch Fractures with a Mobile Fluoroscan Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Aug, 2010 | Pubmed ID: 20679837 Although closed reductions of nasal fractures and zygomatic arch fractures are considered minor procedures, improper reductions are not uncommon. Objectively evaluating reduction adequacy with imaging assistance during surgery is crucial. The authors used mobile Fluoroscan intraoperatively to assess the adequacy of closed reduction for nasal fractures and zygomatic arch fractures.