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    The circulatory system carries within it numerous types of cells, proteins, and other factors that are able to influence the local biology of tissues. Within this chapter, we present a protocol for parabiosis, a surgical model which results in shared circulation between two mice. Such chimeras have recently been used to probe the impact of age-associated changes in the circulation on skeletal, muscular, and neural biology. In conjunction with transgenic mouse models, parabiosis can be used as a tool to investigate the effects of specific factors on local tissues. Here we discuss our adaptation of this surgical procedure including technique details, pitfalls, and suggestions for optimization.

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    Benjamin Alman, Gurpreet Baht. Parabiosis: Assessing the Effects of Circulating Cells and Factors on the Skeleton. Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.). 2021;2230:105-113

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    PMID: 33197011

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