Increased Phasic Contractions in Isolated Bladder Strips from an Obese Rat Model

Donna J Sellers, D. Donner, Joss Du Toit, Roselyn Rose'meyer, Stefanie Farr

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Introduction. Diabetes, obesity and the metabolic syndrome are all associated with bladder dysfunction and over 50% of diabetic patients suffer some type of bladder dysfunction. We have recently shown altered bladder contractility in a rat model of type I diabetes (Vahabi et al., 2011), which is used as a model of diabetic bladder dysfunction.
Aim. To investigate bladder contractility in bladder strips from an obese rat model of pre-diabetes.
Original languageEnglish
Pages71-71
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2011
EventASCEPT-AuPS-HBPRCA Joint Meeting Program - Perth, Australia
Duration: 4 Dec 20119 Dec 2011

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ConferenceASCEPT-AuPS-HBPRCA Joint Meeting Program
CountryAustralia
CityPerth
Period4/12/119/12/11

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Urinary Bladder
Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus
Obesity

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Sellers, D. J., Donner, D., Du Toit, J., Rose'meyer, R., & Farr, S. (2011). Increased Phasic Contractions in Isolated Bladder Strips from an Obese Rat Model. 71-71. Abstract from ASCEPT-AuPS-HBPRCA Joint Meeting Program , Perth, Australia.
Sellers, Donna J ; Donner, D. ; Du Toit, Joss ; Rose'meyer, Roselyn ; Farr, Stefanie. / Increased Phasic Contractions in Isolated Bladder Strips from an Obese Rat Model. Abstract from ASCEPT-AuPS-HBPRCA Joint Meeting Program , Perth, Australia.1 p.
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Sellers, DJ, Donner, D, Du Toit, J, Rose'meyer, R & Farr, S 2011, 'Increased Phasic Contractions in Isolated Bladder Strips from an Obese Rat Model' ASCEPT-AuPS-HBPRCA Joint Meeting Program , Perth, Australia, 4/12/11 - 9/12/11, pp. 71-71.

Increased Phasic Contractions in Isolated Bladder Strips from an Obese Rat Model. / Sellers, Donna J; Donner, D.; Du Toit, Joss; Rose'meyer, Roselyn; Farr, Stefanie.

2011. 71-71 Abstract from ASCEPT-AuPS-HBPRCA Joint Meeting Program , Perth, Australia.

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