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Di Napoli P, Barsotti A, Contegiacomo G, Di Iorio P, Di Muzio M, Giuliani P, Maggi A, Statile D, Taccardi AA
Effects of A1 adenosine receptor antagonism against ischaemia-reperfusion damage and coronary microcirculation in isolated working rat hearts
Journal of Clinical and Basic Cardiology 1999; 2 (1): 99-104

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Figure/Graphic 7A-B: Adenosin und koronare Mikrozirkulation
Ultrastructural morphometry (4500x). A: longitudinal section of control rat heart subjected to 20 min. ischaemia and reperfusion; interstitial and interfibrils oedema, severe mitochondria damage and endothelial lesions are detected. B: effect of DPCPX 100 nM: a significant reduction of ultrastructural damage is reported. M: mitochondria, ISE: interstitial oedema, IFE: nterfibrils oedema, E: endothelium.
 
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Figure/Graphic 7A-B: Adenosin und koronare Mikrozirkulation
Ultrastructural morphometry (4500x). A: longitudinal section of control rat heart subjected to 20 min. ischaemia and reperfusion; interstitial and interfibrils oedema, severe mitochondria damage and endothelial lesions are detected. B: effect of DPCPX 100 nM: a significant reduction of ultrastructural damage is reported. M: mitochondria, ISE: interstitial oedema, IFE: nterfibrils oedema, E: endothelium.
 
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