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Infrared fluorescence imaging of infarcted hearts with Ag2S nanodots.

Ortgies DH, García-Villalón ÁL, Granado M, Amor S, Rodríguez EM, Santos HDA, Yao J, Rubio-Retama J, Jaque D (2019) Infrared fluorescence imaging of infarcted hearts with Ag2S nanodots. Nano Res 12:749–757. doi: 10.1007/s12274-019-2280-4

Objective: To investigate the potential application of functionalized Ag2S nanodots for accurate imaging of damaged myocardium tissues after a myocardial infarction induced by either partial or global ischemia.

Summary: NIR-II images generated by ATII-functionalized Ag2S nanodots contain valuable information about the location and extension of damaged tissue in the myocardium allowing for a proper identification of the occluded artery as well as an indirect evaluation of the damage level.

Usage: Assessment of AT1R protein content in ischemic and non-ischemic hearts by Western blot (1:1000).

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