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Figure 7: The in-vivo cellular magnetic resonance (MR) images correlates with the ED1 stain distribution image. (a) The in-vivo T2*-weighted cellular MR image, where the macrophages labeled with ultrasmall superparamagnetic iron-oxide particles create hypo-intensity patches (annotated by arrows) in the myocardium that develops acute allograft rejection. (b) The corresponding ED1 stain distribution image shows a similar pattern of the macrophages accumulation in the endocardium. The hypo-intensity patches in (a) correspond to the hyper-intensity locations in (b)

Figure 7: The in-vivo cellular magnetic resonance (MR) images correlates with the ED1 stain distribution image. (a) The in-vivo T<sub>2</sub>*-weighted cellular MR image, where the macrophages labeled with ultrasmall superparamagnetic iron-oxide particles create hypo-intensity patches (annotated by arrows) in the myocardium that develops acute allograft rejection. (b) The corresponding ED1 stain distribution image shows a similar pattern of the macrophages accumulation in the endocardium. The hypo-intensity patches in (a) correspond to the hyper-intensity locations in (b)