DevelopmentalStudying mouse and rat embryos has never been easier
In Vivo Developmental and Pregnancy Research at any Gestational Time Point
From detecting pregnancy to measuring fetal and placental oxygenation and blood flow; the Vevo can do it all!
Vevo micro-ultrasound imaging platforms are ideally suited for developmental and pregnancy research in small animals. The size, structural details and function of the placenta and developing embryo can all be measured over multiple gestational time-points without having to sacrifice your animal.
Repeatable for longitudinal studies over gestation, rapid, and robust and with resolution down to 30 μm, studying mouse and rat embryos has never been easier.
- Detect and date pregnancy with confidence
- Measure size, blood flow and oxygen saturation in the placenta
- Visualize and measure umbilical blood flow
- Visualize and study fetal organ development
- Measure developing heart contractility and blood vessel flow
- Image-guided embryo injection
Mouse Implantation Site at Mid-Gestation
Spiral Arteries with Color Doppler in a Mid-Gestational Mouse Placenta
Mouse Umbilical Artery Flow at Mid-Gestation
Mouse embryo and placenta showing oxygenation, using photoacoustic imaging.
Ideal For Research on:
- Developmental toxicity and drug trials
- Fetal programming
- Pregnancy research and pregnancy complications
Postnatal resveratrol supplementation improves cardiovascular function in male and female intrauterine growth restricted offspring
Hyaluronidase 2 Deficiency Causes Increased Mesenchymal Cells, Congenital Heart Defects, and Heart FailureCLINICAL PERSPECTIVE
Real-Time Monitoring of Placental Oxygenation during Maternal Hypoxia and Hyperoxygenation Using Photoacoustic Imaging
Three-Dimensional High-Frequency Ultrasonography for Early Detection and Characterization of Embryo Implantation Site Development in the Mouse
Use of high-frequency ultrasound to study the prenatal development of cranial neural tube defects and hydrocephalus in Gldc -deficient mice
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