They found that within two weeks after the injury, the new heart cells to essential normal electrical coupling started the heart beat starts the rhythm. A month later, the electric coupling intact the same as in the was the heart, Poss said. This is the first proof that I, that the new cardiomyocytes electrically coupled electrically coupled. It is exciting because the new muscle has its his functional level of the existing muscle of benefit This experiment was carried out in collaboration with colleagues at Brigham and Women ‘s Hospital in Boston.
The injury.The team first used a labeled ‘fluorescent reporter ‘fish that shows require the presence of GATA4, a gene for heart formation in the developing embryo. They found that fluorescence was undetectable in uninjured zebrafish ventricles, but when they cut a small portion of the heart, began a subpopulation of cardiac muscle cells along the outer wall of the ventricles to fluoresce. Multiply some of these cells in the vicinity of the sampling point and ultimately be integrated into the wound replace curdle the injury.. The study appears in the 25th March issue of Nature.The team labeled cells in the heart and found that cells that GATA4 GATA4 injury ultimately contributed to to regenerating the heart muscle.Language and terms is standard, to facilitate communication and patient safety reduce errors and patient safety to better outcomes to better results This makes health care. Company for meet the patient safety standards and different accreditation of Jacho groups.
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