Development of a nitric oxide measurement method in tissue media
Nitric oxide (NO) is involved in many biological pathways such as vasodilatation and cellular migration. The biological roles of NO have been most heavily investigated using cell and tissue culture models. The limitations with current analytical measurement methods used most commonly with these studies, however, are that they often do not record in real-time or measure NO directly. This makes it difficult to understand the concentration dependent response activity of NO. To overcome these limitations, a measurement method has been developed that enables the real-time measurement of NO in buffered ...
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Bishop, Cherelle M.