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Figure 12: Use of various spin traps with different strategies to detect NO. Note: (A) Different types of iron (Fe) complex with dithiocarbamate derivates (DTC) reaction with nitric oxide (NO). Adapted from Tsuchiya et al.[95],[96] (B) In vivo characteristic 3-line electron paramagnetic resonance spectrum of NO-Fe(DTCS)2 from the upper abdominal area of a lipopolysaccharide (LPS) treated mouse. Adapted from Hirayama et al.[97] (C) 3-Dimensional tiled image of the abdominal area from an LPS treated mouse. Adapted from Hirayama et al.[97] DETC: Diethyldithiocarbamate; MGD: N-methyl-D-glucamine dithiocarbamate; DTCS: N-dithiocarcoxy sarcosine.

Figure 12: Use of various spin traps with different strategies to detect NO.
Note: (A) Different types of iron (Fe) complex with dithiocarbamate derivates (DTC) reaction with nitric oxide (NO). Adapted from Tsuchiya et al.<sup>[95],[96]</sup> (B) <i>In vivo</i> characteristic 3-line electron paramagnetic resonance spectrum of NO-Fe(DTCS)<sub>2</sub> from the upper abdominal area of a lipopolysaccharide (LPS) treated mouse. Adapted from Hirayama et al.<sup>[97]</sup> (C) 3-Dimensional tiled image of the abdominal area from an LPS treated mouse. Adapted from Hirayama et al.<sup>[97]</sup> DETC: Diethyldithiocarbamate; MGD: N-methyl-D-glucamine dithiocarbamate; DTCS: N-dithiocarcoxy sarcosine.