Multiphoton imaging of renal regulatory mechanisms.

  title={Multiphoton imaging of renal regulatory mechanisms.},
  author={J{\'a}nos Peti-Peterdi and Ildik{\'o} Toma and Arnold Sipos and Sarah Laurin Vargas},
Most physiological functions of the kidneys, including the clearance of metabolic waste products, maintenance of body fluid, electrolyte homeostasis, and blood pressure, are achieved by complex interactions between multiple renal cell types and previously inaccessible structures in many organ parts that have been difficult to study. Multiphoton fluorescence microscopy offers a state-of-the-art imaging technique for deep optical sectioning of living tissues and organs with minimal deleterious… CONTINUE READING


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