Heart failure, fluorescent micrograph

Heart failure, fluorescent micrograph

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Credit: BRIAN POINDEXTER, GORDON KLEIN, ROGER BICK, UT MEDICAL SCHOOL/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Heart failure. Fluorescent deconvolution micrograph of heart tissue from a heart failure patient. Heart muscle (myocardium) cells are green, cell nuclei are blue and calcium sensing receptors on blood vessels are red. Calcium plays an important role in the contraction of muscle, and therefore in the pumping of the heart. Malfunctions in the working of calcium sensing receptors can lead to heart failure.

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Keywords: blood vessel, calcium sensing receptor, cardiology, confocal light micrograph, fluorescence, fluorescent deconvolution, heart, heart disease, heart failure, heart tissue, histopathological, histopathology, light micrograph, light microscope, medical, medicine, micrograph, microvessel, microvessels, muscle, myocardium, pathological, pathology, protein, receptor, receptors, section, sectioned, vessels

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