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Progress of Rejection Observed by in vivo Near Infrared Spectroscopy
The Review of Laser Engineering
With the intension of exploiting latent information in a continuous spectrum we constructed an in vivo near infrared spectroscopy system including multicomponent analysis. The progress of acute rejection in orthotopically transplanted rat liver was monitored with this system. In the course of this study we found that nitrosylhemoglobin could be quantitated. The results revealed that increase of water content and decrease of the levels of oxyhemoglobin and oxidized form of cytochrome c oxidase,doi:10.2184/lsj.28.303 fatcat:ra6wm535mjg3hbkw75kk5miize