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Structurally optimised BODIPY derivatives for imaging of mitochondrial dysfunction in cancer and heart cells (2016)
Journal Article
Nigam, S., Burke, B. P., Davies, L. H., Domarkas, J., Wallis, J. F., Waddell, P. G., …Archibald, S. J. (2016). Structurally optimised BODIPY derivatives for imaging of mitochondrial dysfunction in cancer and heart cells. Chemical communications : Chem comm / the Royal Society of Chemistry, 52(44), 7114-7117. https://doi.org/10.1039/c5cc08325g

The structural features required for mitochondrial uptake of BODIPY-based optical imaging agents have been explored. The first derivatives of this class of dyes shown to have mitochondrial membrane potential-dependent uptake in both cancer and heart... Read More about Structurally optimised BODIPY derivatives for imaging of mitochondrial dysfunction in cancer and heart cells.

Uremic cardiomyopathy is characterised by loss of the cardioprotective effects of insulin (2012)
Journal Article
Semple, D. J., Bhandari, S., & Seymour, A. L. (2012). Uremic cardiomyopathy is characterised by loss of the cardioprotective effects of insulin. AJP - Renal Physiology, 303(9), F1275-F1286. https://doi.org/10.1152/ajprenal.00048.2012

Chronic kidney disease is associated with a unique cardiomyopathy, characterised by a combination of structural and cellular remodelling, and an enhanced susceptibility to ischaemia-reperfusion injury. This may represent dysfunction of the reperfusio... Read More about Uremic cardiomyopathy is characterised by loss of the cardioprotective effects of insulin.

Microfluidic perfusion system for maintaining viable heart tissue with real-time electrochemical monitoring of reactive oxygen species (2010)
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Cheah, L., Dou, Y. H., Seymour, A. M. L., Dyer, C. E., Haswell, S. J., Wadhawan, J. D., & Greenman, J. (2010). Microfluidic perfusion system for maintaining viable heart tissue with real-time electrochemical monitoring of reactive oxygen species. Lab on a chip, 10(20), 2720-2726. https://doi.org/10.1039/c004910g

A microfluidic device has been developed to maintain viable heart tissue samples in a biomimetic microenvironment. This device allows rat or human heart tissue to be studied under pseudo in vivo conditions. Effluent levels of lactate dehydrogenase an... Read More about Microfluidic perfusion system for maintaining viable heart tissue with real-time electrochemical monitoring of reactive oxygen species.