CMA 31 Linear Microdialysis Probe
NEW! NOW AVAILABLE FOR BIG MOLECULES!
Ideal for peripheral tissues such as skin, muscle, heart, adipose tissue, liver, eye, pancreas and other organs as well as tumors.
- Ideal for peripheral tissues as well as for spinal cord and tumors
- Soft and flexible construction
- Can be sterilized with ethylene oxide
- Available membrane: PAES, 55 kDa MWCO and also PES 500 kDa or 2 MDa MWCO (NEW!)
- Membrane length: 10 mm
NEW! NOW AVAILABLE FOR BIG MOLECULES!
The CMA 31 Linear Microdialysis Probe is ideal for peripheral tissues such as skin, muscle, heart, adipose tissue, liver, eye, pancreas and other organs as well as tumors.
The probe is very thin, made with a unique patented design with a 10 mm membrane, 55,000 Daltons cut-off. This membrane allows studies on a wide range of substances.
The probe is easy to implant using an introducer needle that is included. The inlet of the probe has a Luer lock connector, which can be attached to a single-use syringe, or removed in order to use a glass syringe with a fixed needle and a tubing adapter. To maintain fluid balance between the tissue and dialysate it is recommended to use 3% Dextran 60 in the perfusion fluid.
One package contains 4 probes, each in an individual pouch for easy handling and/or sterilization with ethylene oxide if necessary.
The CMA 31 microdialysis probe are now available for big molecules monitoring (500 kDa and 2 MDa MWCO). Please make your request using our Custom Probe Form and send it to our Technical Support Team. We will contact you promptly.
The probes are guaranteed for single use.
|Membrane Length||10 mm|
|Membrane OD||0.26 mm|
|Molecular Weight Cut-Off||55 kDa|
|Tubing Inner Diameter||0.12 mm|
|Tubing Outer Diameter||0.19 mm|
|Inlet and Outlet Lengths||350 mm / 100 mm|
|Double Tuing OD||0.63 mm|
|Introducer Length||25 mm|
|Introducer Diameter||0.6, 23 G|
Selected Recent Publications
Francisco, M.A. et al., 2017. Ten days of repeated local forearm heating does not affect cutaneous vascular function. Journal of Applied Physiology, p.jap.00966.2016.
Wenner, M.M. et al., 2017. ETB Receptor Contribution to Vascular Dysfunction in Postmenopausal Women. American Journal of Physiology - Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, p.ajpregu.00410.2016.
Kim, K., 2017. Mechanisms of cutaneous microvascular endothelial dysfunction in young black Americans. Thesis. Available at: https://repositories.lib.utexas.edu/handle/2152/46170.
Yang, B. et al., 2017. Lung microdialysis study of florfenicol in pigs after single intramuscular administration. Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, p.n/a-n/a.
Christmas, K.M. et al., 2016.Sustained cutaneous vasoconstriction during and following cyrotherapy treatment: Role of oxidative stress and Rho kinase. Microvascular Research, 106, pp.96–100.
Patik, J.C. et al., 2016. Impaired endothelium independent vasodilation in the cutaneous microvasculature of young obese adults. Microvascular Research, 104, pp.63–68.
Christmas, K.M., 2015. Mechanisms of pronounced and sustained microvascular vasoconstriction during cryotherapy. Thesis. Available at: https://repositories.lib.utexas.edu/handle/2152/32327.
Levitt, E.L., Keen, J.T. & Wong, B.J., 2015. Augmented reflex cutaneous vasodilatation following short-term dietary nitrate supplementation in humans. Experimental Physiology, 100(6), pp.708–718.
Keen, J.T. et al., 2015. Short-term dietary nitrate supplementation augments cutaneous vasodilatation and reduces mean arterial pressure in healthy humans. Microvascular Research, 98, pp.48–53.
Bajpai, G., Simmen, R.C.M. & Stenken, J.A., 2014. In vivo microdialysis sampling of adipokines CCL2, IL-6, and leptin in the mammary fat pad of adult female rats. Molecular BioSystems, 10(4), pp.806–812.
Visit our Publications page for a complete listing of CMA 31 publications.