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Airway Remodeling in Ferrets with Cigarette Smoke Induced COPD using µCT Imaging

by Denise Stanford, MS, The University of Alabama at Birmingham

Ferrets are a recently established animal model uniquely exhibiting similar clinical and pathological characteristics of COPD as humans, including chronic bronchitis but are also instrumental for COVID-19 research. This talk describes a µCT method for evaluating structural changes to the airways in ferrets and how the MILabs µCT can be used as a significant translational platform to measure dynamic airway morphological changes.

Took place: August, 2020 (at vEMIM)

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