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Caption: Heart cells. Fluorescence microscopy of the calcium flux in beating neonatal heart cells. The calcium flux is the flow of ions into and out of a cell that controls the beating of heart muscle cells. These cells, from a rat, are tagged with a fluorescent marker (green).

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Heart cells, fluorescence microscopy

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