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Increased adipose tissue microRNA-133a gene expression in patients with coronary artery disease:

Date : 28/08/2018

Ataxia-telangiectasia mutated protein regulates cardiomyocyte size, gene expression and cardiac response to pressure overload

Date : 26/08/2018

Commentary on Diurnal transcriptome atlas of a primate across major neural and peripheral tissues by Mure et al., Science, 2018.1 Major biological functions follow a circadian rhythm, enabling ...

Cardiovascular Research, Meli, Albano C

Date : 01/07/2018

Almanac 2012, cell therapy in cardiovascular disease: the national society journals present selected research that has driven recent advances in clinical cardiology* | Article accepted on the 29th ...

Date : 28/05/2018 Item size : 66802 bytes

Just over a decade ago, it was reported for the first time that microRNAs (miRs) play central roles in the control of cardiomyocyte (CM) proliferation and differentiation.1 Especially fascinating has ...

Cardiovascular Research, Alfar, Ezzaldin Ahmed, El-Armouche, Ali, Guan, Kaomei

Date : 01/05/2018

[...]the cardiomyocyte remodels its contractile elements and fails to relax properly, causing diastolic dysfunction, and eventually HFpEF. Introducing HFpEF Heart failure (HF) is one of the major ...

Cardiovascular Research, Rech, Monika, Barandiarán Aizpurua, Arantxa, van Empel, Vanessa, van Bilsen, Marc, Schroen, Blanche

Date : 01/05/2018 Item size : 550159 bytes

Dr. Schiattarellas background is in medicine, experimental cardiology and cellular/molecular biology, with specific training and expertise in murine models of cardiovascular disease and preclinical ...

Cardiovascular Research, Schiattarella, Gabriele G, Hill, Joseph A

Date : 01/05/2018 Item size : 181322 bytes

Introduction Nuclear receptors (NRs) represent the family of mammalian proteins associated with the transcriptional regulation in human tissues and include the androgen receptor (AR), oestrogen ...

Cardiovascular Research, Unsworth, Amanda J, Flora, Gagan D, Gibbins, Jonathan M

Date : 01/04/2018 Item size : 512129 bytes

The impact of SMC behaviour on vascular disease is now recognized to be context dependent; SMC proliferation and migration can be harmful or beneficial, whereas their apoptosis, senescence, and ...

Cardiovascular Research, Leeper, Nicholas J, Maegdefessel, Lars

Date : 15/03/2018

Jesper Bäckdahl is a resident in Endocrinology and PhD student under the supervision of Mikael Rydén. Dr Bäckdahl holds a master degree in Public Health from the London School of Hygiene and ...

Cardiovascular Research, Bäckdahl, Jesper, Rydén, Mikael

Date : 01/03/2018 Item size : 173182 bytes