Growth of capillaries and endothelium from subcutaneous tissue / Warren H. Lewis Growth of capillaries and endothelium from subcutaneous tissue / Warren H. Lewis Collection JHUSOM, Item 162675 Date: 1936 Creator(s): Lewis, Warren H. (Warren Harmon), 1870-1964. Extent: 1 videodisc (DVD-R) (6 min.) : si., b&w ; 4.75 in. viewing copy 1 videocassette (Digital Betacam) (6 min.) : si., b&w ; 1/2 in. master 1 film reel (147 ft., 6 min.) : si., b&w ; 16 mm. answer print 1 film reel (147 ft., 6 min.) : si., b&w ; 16 mm. duplicate negative 1 film reel (147 ft., 6 min.) : si., b&w ; 16 mm. release print Description: Cultures of subcutaneous tissue from 7-day chick embryos in fluid medium show migrating capillaries and endothelial cells which may form plexuses. Small segments become disconnected and migrate independently among the mesenchyme cells. Somewhat similar events occur during normal embryonic vascularization. Notes: Filmed at the Carnegie Institution of Washington, Department of Embryology, Baltimore, MD. Approved and distributed by the Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology. Preserved through a grant from the National Film Preservation Foundation, 2010.
Endothelial Assesment Using Endo-PAT2000 Endothelial dysfunction is the earliest clinically detectable stage of cardiovascular disease. The Endo-PAT2000 adds an important dimension to cardiovascular prevention by enabling physicians to reliably measure endothelial function and identify pathological cases of endothelial dysfunction. The Endo-PAT2000 is an easy to use, office-based device for assessing endothelial function.
Endothelial Health Webinar This is a recording of a live webinar entitled "Endothelial Health Equals Cardiovascular Health!" Most people have never heard of the endothelium, which lines all of your cardiovascular system. Yet your endothelium is the largest secreting organ of your body. It regulates your entire cardiovascular system. It's so important to your cardiovascular health that the 1998 Nobel Prize in Medicine was awarded to three American researchers who discovered how the endothelium converts the amino acid L-arginine into nitric oxide -- the master signaling molecule of your entire cardiovascular system. Nitric oxide keeps blood platelet cells from grouping together to prevent strokes and heart attacks. Nitric oxide relaxes the smooth muscle of the vascular wall to help keep your blood pressure in a normal range. Nitric oxide heals damage done to the endotheium and helps to reverse plaque formations. This webinar will provide you with important information about your endothelium and how to nourish it for improved and proper formation of nitric oxide, which is critical to proper cardiovascular health. If you have any questions or concerns, then please contact me at 1-800-966-3012 or email me at dan@ Dan Hammer
T-cadherin suppresses angiogenesis in vivo by inhibiting migration of endothelial cells From the Springer article: T-cadherin suppresses angiogenesis in vivo by inhibiting migration of endothelial cells by: Rubina, Kseniya; Kalinina, Natalia; Potekhina, Alexandra; Efimenko, Anastasia; Semina, Ekaterina; Poliakov, Alexei; Wilkinson, David G.; Parfyonova, Yelena; Tkachuk, Vsevolod; T-cadherin suppresses angiogenesis in vivo by inhibiting migration of endothelial cells Journal: Angiogenesis Vol. 10 Issue 3 DOI: 10.1007/s10456-007-9072-2 Published: 2007-08-20
Assessing Endothelial Vasodilator Function with the Endo-PAT 2000 Watch and Learn - Prof. John Cooke introduces how the Endo-PAT2000 is used for assessing endothel function. For more information visit www.itamar-
Endothelium and Connective 3 Part 3 of Dr McMullens Endothelium and Connective tissure review
Descemet Stripping Endothelial Keratoplasty
Nitric Oxide from l-arginine Leads the Arterial Lining (Endothelium) to Normal Dr. Joe reveals some of what he will be speaking about on his tour of Japan.
Digital Assessment of Endothelial Function and Ischemic Heart Disease in Women At ACC 2010, Dr. Yasushi Matsuzawa presents: Digital Assessment of Endothelial Function and Ischemic Heart Disease in Women (Study performed using EndoPAT technology; manufactured by Itamar Medical; distributed in North America by Medvica Int'l).
Easy Unfolding Donor Disc in Endothelial Keratoplasty This video shows an easy technique to unfold the donor disc in Endothelial Keratoplasty
Descemet Membrane Endothelial Keratoplasty (DMEK) Insertion The disc of tissue, stained again with blue dye is sucked up into a glass pipette. It is then injected into the eye (which has been prepared by removing the equivalent diseased tissue). View more at
Descemet membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) - NIIOS Rotterdam DMEK is a surgical technique developed by the Netherlands Institute for Innovative Ocular Surgery (NIIOS). For more information, please see .
Confocal imaging of Endothelial cell My first confocal imaging (3D) of Endothelial cell
Descemet Membrane Endothelial Keratoplasty (DMEK) Unfolding In this video, running at 8x real speed, the tissue is unfolded using tiny air bubbles and gentle jets of fluid before pressing into place with a large air bubble for five minutes. View more at
Descemet Stripping Automated Endothelial Keratoplasty 2
9 "Evolution and the Endothelium," by Bill Aird In the summer of 2011, the National Evolutionary Synthesis Center (NESCent) co-sponsored "Evolutionary Foundations for Medicine and Public Health," a one week intensive course for medical practitioners and clinicians. This was the first Continuing Medical Education course on evolutionary medicine. It was sponsored and hosted by the Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory in Bar Harbor, Maine, and organized by Course Director Randolph Nesse. Faculty included William Aird, Gillian Bentley, Carl Bergstrom, Peter Ellision, Peter Gluckman, Chris Reiber and Stephen Stearns. Forty physicians, scientists, and educators from around the world attended. These videos were filmed by Sam Ellison, and posted on YouTube thanks to NESCent and the NESCent Working Group on Evolution and Medicine led by Mark Schwartz and Peter Ellison. For more information about the course please visit: General information about the course: Abstracts: Course resources:
Manual Technique of Donor preparation in Endothelial Keratoplasty This video demonstrates manual technique of preparing donor tissue for harvesting the donor lenticule to be used in Endothelial Keratoplasty. This unedited video shows that the entire procedure can be completed in less than 3 minutes.
biosights: September 6, 2010 T Cells Rho across the endothelium During an immune response, T cells move into tissues from the vasculature by crossing the endothelial cell layer lining blood vessel walls. Heasman et al. reveal that this transendothelial migration requires signaling at both the front and back of leukocytes by the small GTPase RhoA. This biosights episode presents the paper by Heasman et al. from the August 23, 2010 issue of The Journal of Cell Biology, and includes an interview with senior author Anne Ridley. Produced by Caitlin Sedwick and Ben Short. Read the related article online at:
Endothelial Cells | Cell Applications, Inc. Endothelial cells ( line the blood vessels of the entire circulatory system, from the aorta to capillaries, and act as the barrier between circulating blood and the rest of the vessel wall. At the cellular interface, endothelial cells are involved in the processes of angiogenesis, vasculogenesis, vasoregulation, coagulation, fibrinolysis, and blood cell trafficking. Cell Applications' human endothelial cells include: pulmonary artery endothelial cells, coronary artery endothelial cells, aortic endothelial cells, microvascular endothelial cells, umbilical artery endothelial cells, and umbilical vein endothelial cells. All our endothelial cells are high purity, low passage, rigorously characterized, and performance tested. Endothelial cells are available as either cryovials or as proliferating cells in flasks or multi-well plate formats. For your convenience, cryopreserved endothelial cells are offered as part of user-friendly total kits that include optimized growth media and subculture reagent kits. Seen here in the video, Human Umblical Vein Endothelial Cells, or HUVEC, are isolated from normal human umbilical vein. They are cryopreserved at the end of primary culture and can be cultured and propagated at least 16 population doublings. For more information about endothelial cells, and other primary human and animal primary cells, visit *Upon thawing, cell cultures may contain cell debris and growth media serum particles.
Growth Factor: Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF) Hemangioblast differentiated into RBCs or Endothelial Cells
DMEK and InjEK (Injector-assisted Endothelial Keratoplasty) DMEK and InjEK by Jimmy K. Lee MD Director of Cornea and Refractive Surgery Department of Ophthalmology Yale University School of Medicine
Descemets Membrane Endothelial Keratoplasty (DMEK) A surgical video illustrating the technique for Descemets Membrane Endothelial Keratoplasty (DMEK)
Endothelium Perfect health depends on perfect circulation. Dr. Eddie Ramirez explains the importance of the endothelium in the functioning of your cardiovascular system. Learn how you can take simple steps to maintain a lifetime of wellness by paying attention to the health of your endothelium. Visit for more information.
Corneal Endothelial Removal
Descemet's stripping endothelial keratoplasty- DSEK DSEK performed using the sheet's glide technique
Slide 04 - Endothelium - Simple Squamous Doctor Larsen Cleveland Chiropractic College - Histology - Anatomy 514 Laboratory Two - Epithelium Slide 04 - Endothelium - Simple Squamous
Topcon DV 3 video camera for slit lamp, endothelial cell diagnosis The Topcon DV-3 is an excellent tool on a slit lamp to capture videos or images for detailed ***ysis and diagnosis. The DV-3 incorporates a digital camera designed for high resolution image acquisition. A built in yellow filter and diaphragm unit assure superb image quality. DV-3 is very user friendly. Images and videos are made by pushing a button on the joystick . "What you see is what you get". The image on the monitor is equal to the image seen through the oculars of the slit lamp. With traditional SLR cameras this is not the case
Descemet Stripping Automated Endothelial Keratoplasty 3
Descemet's Stripping Automated Endothelial Keratoplasty In the DSAEK procedure, a thin piece of donor corneal tissue containing the endothelial cells and posterior stroma is placed in the eye through a small incision on the side of the eye. This tissue adheres to the back surface of the old cornea and clears the corneal swelling.
Endothelium Endothelium - The Revenger's Tragedy Soundtrack Music by Eric Stetson Show opens November 6th, 2009 - Center for Art and Theatre, Georgia Southern University Directed by James Harbour
Atherosclerosis: primary monocyte adhesion to coronary artery endothelium under shear flow **NO AUDIO WITH THIS VIDEO**
Sepsis: Endothelial Selective Block of NF-kB Pathway For the full video, click here: Centricity Series website: Molecular Medicine website: Feinstein Institute website: North Shore-LIJ website:
Endothelial cells after inhibiting Dynamin2
Descemet Stripping Automated Endothelial Keratoplasty 4
Corneal Endothelium A basic science review of the corneal endothelium
Endothelium and Connective 1.AVI Part 1 of Dr McMullens Endothelium and Connective tissure review
endothelial function How to sort by evidence-based studies.
Stem Cells Reversing Endothelial Senescence for more info see A review of a paper describing bone marrow stem cells ability to reverse dysfunction of aged endothelium.
Descemet Membrane Endothelial Keratoplasty (DMEK) Preparation This shows the preparation of the donor material. The extremely thin "Descemet's Membrane" and the endothelial cells it carries are carefully peeled from the back of the donor cornea. A blue dye is used to make the transparent membrane slightly more visible. The disc of tissue is transferred to a dish to await transplantation. It rolls into a tight scroll because of the elasticity of the membrane. View more at
27G bent needle for Donor Insertion in Endothelial Keratoplasty This video demonstrates the use of a bent 27G needle for donor insertion in Endothelial Keratoplasty. Donor tissue (endothelial surface facing down) is placed on a bed of viscoelastic near the entry wound. Bent needle is used to drag the tissue into the AC in one smooth motion. Disc unfolds in the right direction, and no manipulation is required later to unfold the disc. Good option in cases wherein the AC is shallow, or has inadequate space to allow unfolding. Inexpensive, simple technique is very effective, with a easy learning curve. Dr Rajesh Fogla. , dr_fogla@
endothelium endothelium can be seen with regular slitlamps and often has interesting features like the cell drop out in this patient
Primary Endothelial Cell Culture in Cellix's Vena8 Endothelial+ biochips Primary Endothelial Cell Culture in Cellix's Vena8 Endothelial+ biochips: Cells are seeded at high density and place in a standard incubator. Monolayer achieved in less than 3 hours! **NO AUDIO WITH THIS VIDEO**