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In order to understand the interaction between dark matter and baryonic matter in the galaxy evolution history, it is fundamental to constrain dark matter (DM) distribution in galaxies. However, it is difficult to constrain DM profile in the central region of early type galaxy because of the lack of extended neutral hydrogen gas and the degeneracy between dynamical stellar M/L and DM profile. To resolve this difficulty, we conducted combined analysis of ALMA cold molecular gas kinematics and MUSE stellar kinematics of early type fast rotator galaxy NGC1380. In addition, we used HST image to trace the stellar luminosity distribution. With the help of high resolution of ALMA image and large field of view of MUSE, we derived the central BH mass, stellar bulge, disk and DM profile.
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