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Figure 5: Different ways adopted for monitoring NO levels using chemiluminescence method. Note: (A) Experimental setup for in vivo NO monitoring. Adapted from Yao et al.[39] (B) Schematic representation of hollow fiber gas-liquid exchange module. Chemiluminescence reaction occurs when the gas, which flows along the exterior diffuses through the pores in the fiber membrane and into the luminol/H2O2 solution flowing through the interiors of the fiber. Adapted from Robinson et al.[40] (C) Membrane phase and reaction chemistry for the nitric oxide fiber-optics sensor. Adapted from Zhou and Arnold.[41] C: Snail shell-like cell; M: mixer; P: microdialysis probe; PM: photomultiplier tube; NO: nitric oxide; S1–3: syringes for different streams; PMT: photomultiplier; ONOO: highly oxidative peroxynitrite; hν: luminescence (h: Planck’s constant, ν: frequency of the photon).

Figure 5: Different ways adopted for monitoring NO levels using chemiluminescence method.
Note: (A) Experimental setup for <i>in vivo</i> NO monitoring. Adapted from Yao et al.<sup>[39]</sup> (B) Schematic representation of hollow fiber gas-liquid exchange module. Chemiluminescence reaction occurs when the gas, which flows along the exterior diffuses through the pores in the fiber membrane and into the luminol/H<sub>2</sub>O<sub>2</sub> solution flowing through the interiors of the fiber. Adapted from Robinson et al.<sup>[40]</sup> (C) Membrane phase and reaction chemistry for the nitric oxide fiber-optics sensor. Adapted from Zhou and Arnold.<sup>[41]</sup> C: Snail shell-like cell; M: mixer; P: microdialysis probe; PM: photomultiplier tube; NO: nitric oxide; S1–3: syringes for different streams; PMT: photomultiplier; ONOO<sup>–</sup>: highly oxidative peroxynitrite; hν: luminescence (h: Planck’s constant, ν: frequency of the photon).