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Ultra high frequency ultrasound enables real-time visualization of blood supply from chorioallantoic membrane to human autosomal dominant polycystic kidney tissue

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Schueler, Jan ; Kuenzel, Jonas ; Thuesing, Anna ; Pion, Eric ; Behncke, Rose Yinghan ; Haegerling, Rene ; Fuchs, Dieter ; Kraus, Andre ; Buchholz, Bjoern ; Huang, Boqiang ; Merhof, Dorit ; Werner, Jens M. ; Schmidt, Katharina Maria ; Hackl, Christina ; Aung, Thiha ; Haerteis, Silke
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Ultra high frequency (UHF) ultrasound enables the visualization of very small structures that cannot be detected by conventional ultrasound. The utilization of UHF imaging as a new imaging technique for the 3D-in-vivo chorioallantoic membrane (CAM) model can facilitate new insights into tissue perfusion and survival. Therefore, human renal cystic tissue was grafted onto the CAM and examined using ...


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