Bioelectric Arteries and Heart Disease

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By Brian Jacobsmeyer
InsideScience
January 27, 2012

Artery tissue layers, fluorescent light micrograph. Fluorescent dyes have been used to highlight tissues and cellular structures: microvasculature (red), smooth muscle (green), cell nuclei (blue), intima (pink). The layers seen here are the tunica intima (right, pink, the internal layer), the tunica media (center, green, the middle layer) and the tunica adventitia (left, red, the outer layer).
Credit: Roger J. Bick & Brian J. Poindexter / UT-Houston Medical School / Photo Researchers, Inc.

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