Figure 3: Ambulatory and Angiotensin-II stimulated systolic blood pressure and heart rate in Finn-Dorset (n=4) and Lleyn (n=6) clones, and embryo transfer controls (ET-controls; n=11). | Nature Communications

Figure 3: Ambulatory and Angiotensin-II stimulated systolic blood pressure and heart rate in Finn-Dorset (n=4) and Lleyn (n=6) clones, and embryo transfer controls (ET-controls; n=11).

From: Healthy ageing of cloned sheep

Figure 3

Cardiovascular data were recorded using signals derived from radiotelemetry probes (Telemetry Research, distributed by Millar Ltd, Oxon, UK) implanted into the carotid artery. Data are presented as minute means±s.e.m. and represent either composite 24 h traces of ambulatory systolic blood pressure and heart rate recorded over 3–4 days with sheep group-housed in a floor pen (a,b,c,d) or the cardiovascular response to incremental i.v. angiotensin II infusion (0–60 ng kg−1 min−1) (e,f,g,h). Wireless sampling was at 2 kHz (that is, beat-to-beat), data downloaded automatically to acquisition software on a laptop (LabChart 7; AD Instruments, Oxon, UK). Shaded box represents period of angiotensin II infusion.

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