FIGURE 13.9. (a) Release of nitric oxide detected by a porphyrin modified microelectrode placed 10 μm from the surface of an isolated endothelial cell (an endocardium cell of a rabbit) stimulated by a calcium ionophore (A23187) at t = 0 s.

FIGURE 13.9

(a) Release of nitric oxide detected by a porphyrin modified microelectrode placed 10 μm from the surface of an isolated endothelial cell (an endocardium cell of a rabbit) stimulated by a calcium ionophore (A23187) at t = 0 s. (b) Exponential decay of the signal amplitude with the distance between the sensor tip and cell surface.

From: Chapter 13, Oxidative Stress at the Single Cell Level

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