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The use of anatomically accurate, animal-specific airway geometries is important for understanding and modeling the physiology of the respiratory system. One approach for acquiring detailed airway architecture is to create a bronchial cast of the conducting airways. However, typical casting procedures either do not faithfully preserve the in vivo branching angles or produce rigid casts that when removed for imaging are fragile and thus easily damaged. We address these problems by creating an indoi:10.3109/01902148.2013.801535 pmid:23786464 pmcid:PMC3928801 fatcat:cb4eqrvguzd7ppx3uiaiopml5a