Published in Blood Weekly, April 2nd, 2009
"Fourteen rabbits were divided into group-1 (n = 8) with open-chest occlusion of left circumflex coronary artery and closed-chest reperfusion, and group-2 (n = 6) of non-ischemic control; and received ECG-triggered cMRI with delayed contrast enhancement (DE-cMRI) at a 1.5 T clinical scanner. The MI areas in group-1 were morphometrically compared between DE-cMRI and histochemically stained...
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