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Photos of the Day: Electrical Healing Fields

Tue, 03/04/2014 - 11:30am
University of Cincinnati


University of Cincinnati physics and biomedical engineering researchers recently tested for the most-effective magnitude and frequency when applying an external low-amplitude electric field to vascular cells, which are key to healing chronic wounds. Here, live-cell imaging allows researchers to see the cells' response to electrical stimulation. (Credit: Dottie Stover, University of Cincinnati)


Micro-fabricated device for live imaging of single cell response during electrical stimulation. (Credit: Dottie Stover, University of Cincinnati)


Doctoral student Toloo Taghian, right, in a cell culture lab with biomedical engineering faculty member Daria Narmoneva culturing cells under the sterile conditions of a laminar flow hood. (Credit: Dottie Stover, University of Cincinnati)

Read: Electrical Frequencies that Help Heal Chronic Wounds

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