Published in Physician Law Weekly, October 27th, 2004
According to the report from new Zealand, "Fast voltage-sensitive dyes are widely used to image cardiac electrical activity. Typically, the emission spectrum of these fluorochromes is wavelength shifted with altered membrane potential, but the optical signals obtained also decay with time and are affected by contraction. Ratiometry reduces, but may not fully remove, these artifacts."
Dean C.-S. Tai and colleagues of the University of Auckland explained, "An alternate approach has been developed in which the time decay...
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