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  • Confocal fluorescent images of rat aortic smooth muscle cells (a) incubated with hydro-Cy3, (b) treated with angiotensin II and incubated with hydro-Cy3, and (c) incubated with angiotensin II and TEMPOL before adding hydro-Cy3.
    Georgia Tech Image: Courtesy of Kousik Kundu
    Confocal fluorescent images of rat aortic smooth muscle cells (a) incubated with hydro-Cy3, (b) treated with angiotensin II and incubated with hydro-Cy3, and (c) incubated with angiotensin II and TEMPOL before adding hydro-Cy3.
  • Confocal fluorescent images of rat aortic tissue (d) incubated with hydro-Cy3; (e) treated with LPS and incubated with hydro-Cy3; and (f) treated with LPS followed by incubation with TEMPOL and hydro-Cy3.
    Georgia Tech Image: Courtesy of Kousik Kundu
    Confocal fluorescent images of rat aortic tissue (d) incubated with hydro-Cy3; (e) treated with LPS and incubated with hydro-Cy3; and (f) treated with LPS followed by incubation with TEMPOL and hydro-Cy3.
  • A new family of reactive oxygen species (ROS) probes -- called hydrocyanines -- is synthesized by reducing a cyanine dye with sodium borohydride. Reacting with an ROS oxidizes the hydrocyanines into fluorescent cyanine dyes.
    Georgia Tech Image: Courtesy of Kousik Kundu
    A new family of reactive oxygen species (ROS) probes -- called hydrocyanines -- is synthesized by reducing a cyanine dye with sodium borohydride. Reacting with an ROS oxidizes the hydrocyanines into fluorescent cyanine dyes.
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