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NADH Fluorescence Imaging of Isolated Biventricular Working Rabbit Hearts

DOI :

10.3791/4115-v

12:07 min

July 24th, 2012

July 24th, 2012

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1Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, The George Washington University, 2Pharmacology and Physiology Department, The George Washington University

The objective is to monitor the mitochondrial redox state of isolated hearts within the context of physiologic preload and afterload pressures. A biventricular working rabbit heart model is presented. High spatiotemporal resolution fluorescence imaging of NADH is used to monitor the mitochondrial redox state of epicardial tissue.

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