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Heart Cells Respond to Heart Attack and Increase the Chance of Survival

News   Sep 19, 2019 | Original story from the Hubrecht Institute

 
Heart Cells Respond to Heart Attack and Increase the Chance of Survival

This is a slice of human heart tissue after a recent heart attack. The white area is the lumen of the heart. Orange: healthy cells, these cells are the border zone in the human heart, red: damaged cells due to the heart attack, blue: connective tissue. Credit: Dennis de Bakker, © Hubrecht Institute

 
 
 

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