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OrganEx technology reverses certain deleterious effects of prolonged ischemia. Representative images of electrocardiogram tracings in the heart(top), immunostainings for albumin in the liver(middle),and actin in the kidney(bottom).The images on the left side represent the organs subjected to a control perfusion, while the images on the right represents the organs subjected to perfusion with theOrganEx technology. Tissue integrity and certain cellular functions have been restored by theOrganEx technology one hour after circulatory arrest.

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