Far red/near infrared light-induced protection against cardiac ischemia and reperfusion injury remains intact under diabetic conditions and is independent of nitric oxide synthase

@inproceedings{Keszler2014FarRI,
  title={Far red/near infrared light-induced protection against cardiac ischemia and reperfusion injury remains intact under diabetic conditions and is independent of nitric oxide synthase},
  author={Agnes Keszler and Garth Brandal and Shelley L. Baumgardt and Zhi-Dong Ge and Phillip F. Pratt and Matthias L Riess and Martin W. Bienengraeber},
  booktitle={Front. Physiol.},
  year={2014}
}
Far red/near-infrared light (NIR) promotes a wide range of biological effects including tissue protection but whether and how NIR is capable of acutely protecting myocardium against ischemia and reperfusion injury in vivo is not fully elucidated. Our previous work indicates that NIR exposure immediately before and during early reperfusion protects the myocardium against infarction through mechanisms that are nitric oxide (NO)-dependent. Here we tested the hypothesis that NIR elicits protection… CONTINUE READING
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Far red/near infrared light-induced protection against cardiac ischemia and reperfusion injury remains intact under diabetic conditions and is independent of nitric oxide synthase

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  • doi: 10.3389/fphys
  • 2014

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