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Figure 8: The ex-vivo cellular magnetic resonance microscopy (MRM) correlates with the ED1 stain distribution image. (a) The ex-vivo T2*-weighted cellular MRM, where the macrophages labeled with micron-sized iron-oxide particles create hypo-intensity patches in the myocardium that has ischemia/reperfusion injury (b) The corresponding ED1 stain distribution image shows highly similar pattern of macrophages accumulation in the myocardium, suggesting that the ED1 stain distribution image can reveal the macrophage infiltration across an entire pathology slide

Figure 8: The ex-vivo cellular magnetic resonance microscopy (MRM) correlates with the ED1 stain distribution image. (a) The ex-vivo T<sub>2</sub>*-weighted cellular MRM, where the macrophages labeled with micron-sized iron-oxide particles create hypo-intensity patches in the myocardium that has ischemia/reperfusion injury (b) The corresponding ED1 stain distribution image shows highly similar pattern of macrophages accumulation in the myocardium, suggesting that the ED1 stain distribution image can reveal the macrophage infiltration across an entire pathology slide