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The Department of Veterinary Sciences, Applied Veterinary Morphology, Faculty of Pharmaceutical, Biochemical and Veterinary Sciences, University of Antwerp
kindly invites you to a symposium and workshop on vascular corrosion casting in biomedical research.
Vascular corrosion casts not only represent beautiful models to study vascular anatomy, they have also been of major value in many biomedical investigations.
A selection of studies in which vascular corrosion casts were used will be presented on Wednesday the 28th of Augustus 2013. In the afternoon, participants can learn how to prepare a vascular corrosion cast during the hands-on workshop. Please confirm your attendance by replying to this announcement by email.
Prof. dr. Christophe Casteleyn, DVM, MScLAS, PhD
Applied Veterinary Morphology,
Department of Veterinary Sciences,
Faculty of Pharmaceutical, Biochemical and Veterinary Sciences,
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