Device for optical scanning live tissue electrical activity

The present invention relates to a device for optical scanning live tissue electrical activity comprising an opto-electrical converter. In connection with a light source and a reflecting optical probe, the device of the present invention enables continuous monitoring of a live tissue electrical activity using a fluorescent dye bound to cell membranes from one point without the need of using an optical system.

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Experimentální kardiologie

Experimental Cardiology

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