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Reducing Heart Attack-induced Tissue Damage by 30%

News   Oct 14, 2019 | Original story from the University of Geneva

 
Reducing Heart Attack-induced Tissue Damage by 30%

Immuno-staining of mouse heart cells under anoxia. Healthy striated heart muscle (lower left) gradually shows more and more signs of deterioration due to oxygen deprivation leading to fully necrotic cells (upper right). Credit: University of Geneva.

 
 
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