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English: Image sequence of Figure S3 showing that even a single mitochondrion can evoke collapse of almost the entire network when the cell is at the edge of criticality.Mitochondrial depolarization were triggered with a laser flash (1×1 pixel) in cardiomyocytes labeled with 100 nM TMRE. Frame acquisition was every 500 msec. Other imaging conditions were as described in Methods.
Source Video S4 from Zhou L, Aon M, Almas T, Cortassa S, Winslow R, O'Rourke B (2010). "A Reaction-Diffusion Model of ROS-Induced ROS Release in a Mitochondrial Network". PLOS Computational Biology. DOI:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1000657. PMID 20126535. PMC: 2813265.
Author Zhou L, Aon M, Almas T, Cortassa S, Winslow R, O'Rourke B
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