Imaging of Calcium Signals in iPSC-derived Myocardial Cells
High speed time lapse (20fps) imaging of individual spheroids’ calcium flux.
iCell Cardiomyocytes (CDI, Inc) were incubated on Elplasia (Kuraray Co., Ltd.), spheroids were formed, and individual spheroids’ mean intensity was calculated using a calcium indicator.
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Left. High speed time lapse of calcium signals in iPSC-derived myocardial cells (objective lens: 10x, imaging speed: 20fps)
Right. Signal waveforms in individual spheroids
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