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Abstract A generation ago, a melding of imagination and experimental evidence led to the hypothesis that catecholamines were essential in establishing basal cardiac pacemaking rhythm. [...]the ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Steven N. Ebert, David G. Taylor

Date : 01/12/2006 Item size : 393426 bytes

[...]there is evidence to suggest that another factor plays an important role, since there is a marked discrepancy between the haemodynamic manifestations of acute pulmonary embolism and the degree ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Yvo M. Smulders

Date : 01/10/2000 Item size : 489723 bytes

Effects of lipids on the functional and metabolic recovery from global myocardial stunning in isolated rabbit hearts Both free fatty acids and phospholipids contribute to the beneficial effect of ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Marc Van de Velde, Marco DeWolff, H.Alex Leather, Patrick F. Wouters

Date : 01/10/2000 Item size : 253257 bytes

A pivotal autocrine mechanism following endothelial cell activation is the release of angiopoietin-2 (Ang-2), which subsequently antagonizes the binding of Ang-1 to the Tie-2 receptor, thus ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Thomas Korff, Evelyn Ernst, Rainer Nobiling, Anja Feldner, Yvonne Reiss, Karl H. Plate, Ulrike Fiedler, Hellmut G. Augustin, Markus Hecker

Date : 01/06/2012 Item size : 319575 bytes

The purpose of this study were to investigate the electrophysiological characteristics of excitable cells in canine pulmonary veins obtained from healthy and chronic rapid atrial pacing dogs and ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Yi-Jen Chen, Shih-Ann Chen, Mau-Song Chang, Cheng-I Lin

Date : 01/11/2000 Item size : 257255 bytes

Methods: New Zealand White rabbits received MCP-1 or phosphate buffered saline (PBS) for a 1-week period, either directly or 3 weeks after femoral artery ligation (non-ischemic model). The ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Imo E. Hoefer, Niels van Royen, Ivo R. Buschmann, Jan J. Piek, Wolfgang Schaper

Date : 16/02/2001 Item size : 236168 bytes

The demonstration that gene therapy can improve collateral function presents one of the solutions to the conundrum, since gene therapy can be considered a sophisticated form of a sustained delivery ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Stephen E. Epstein, Shmuel Fuchs, Yi Fu Zhou, Richard Baffour, Ran Kornowski

Date : 16/02/2001 Item size : 488164 bytes

Abstract Objective: Promoting angiogenesis may be an effective treatment for patients with diffuse peripheral vascular disease. Conclusion: Administration of estrogen promotes angiogenesis and ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Zenon S. Kyriakides, Pantelis Petinakis, Loukas Kaklamanis, Eftihia Sbarouni, Panagiotis Karayannakos, Dimitrios Iliopoulos, Ismene Dontas, Dimitrios Th. ...

Date : 16/02/2001 Item size : 236593 bytes

The principal kinin peptides involved in the acute regulation of cardiovascular function during normal physiology are bradykinin (BK) and Lys-BK which produce their effects via activation of B2 ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Peter G. McLean, Mauro Perretti, Amrita Ahluwalia

Date : 01/11/2000 Item size : 683659 bytes

The approach enabled characterization of the initiation, termination, and lifespan of wavelets formed as a result of wavebreaks, which are created by the interaction of wave fronts with functional ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Jay Chen, Ravi Mandapati, Omer Berenfeld, Allan C Skanes, Richard A Gray, José Jalife

Date : 01/11/2000 Item size : 271588 bytes