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Ischaemic preconditioning limits infarct size in the rat heart

Cardiovascular Research, Yellon, Derek M, Alkhulaifi, Abdul M, Browne, Emma E, Pugsley, Wilf B

Date : 01/10/1992 Item size : 99410 bytes
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Hatter Department of Academic Cardiology, University College Hospital, Gower St, London WCIE 6AU, United Kingdom: D M Yellon, E Iliodromitis, D S Latchman; University of South Alabama, Mobile, ...

Cardiovascular Research, Yellon, Derek M, Iliodromitis, Efstahthios, Latchman, David S, Winkle, Dona M Van, Downey, James M, Williams, Frances M, Williams, Timothy J

Date : 01/04/1992 Item size : 103997 bytes
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Stress proteins – an endogenous route to myocardial protection: fact or fiction?

Cardiovascular Research, Yellon, Derek M, Latchman, David S, Marber, Michael S

Date : 01/02/1993
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Introduction The phosphatidylinositol 3-OH kinase (PI3K)Akt [1,2], and the Rafmitogen activated protein kinase (MAPK), extracellular signal-regulated kinase (RafMEK1/2Erk1/2) cascades [3], are ...

Cardiovascular Research, Hausenloy, Derek J, Mocanu, Mihaela M, Yellon, Derek M

Date : 01/08/2004 Item size : 272820 bytes
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Abstract The role of the mitochondrial ATP-sensitive potassium channel (mKATP) in ischemic preconditioning and cardioprotection is reviewed. Recent studies, however, reveal that channel opening can ...

Cardiovascular Research, Oldenburg, Olaf, Cohen, Michael V, Yellon, Derek M, Downey, James M

Date : 15/08/2002
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Abstract Objective: We propose that ischemic preconditioning (IPC) and mitochondrial KATP channel activation protect the myocardium by inhibiting mitochondrial permeability transition pore (MPTP) ...

Cardiovascular Research, Hausenloy, Derek J, Maddock, Helen L, Baxter, Gary F, Yellon, Derek M

Date : 15/08/2002
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The mechanisms by which ischaemic preconditioning may protect the heart have been partly characterised in both animals and in the human; these include the involvement of adenosine A1 receptor ...

Cardiovascular Research, Carr, Cornelia S, Hill, Roger J, Masamune, Hiroko, Kennedy, Scott P, Knight, Delvin R, Tracey, W.Ross, Yellon, Derek M

Date : 01/10/1997 Item size : 286333 bytes
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Whilst eNOS/NO appears not to be pivotal to early ischaemic preconditioning, NO can nonetheless mediate protection in both WT and KO hearts, as the NO donor, S-nitroso N-acetyl penicillamine (2 ...

Cardiovascular Research, Bell, Robert M, Yellon, Derek M

Date : 01/11/2001 Item size : 251546 bytes
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Ischaemic preconditioning: from mechanisms to exploitation | Cardiovascular Research | Oxford Academic

Cardiovascular Research, Walker, David M, Yellon, Derek M

Date : 01/08/1992 Item size : 95213 bytes
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Study objective Intracoronary or intravenous adenosine during reperfusion in combination with lignocaine may attenuate reperfusion injury and limit myocardial infarct size in the canine heart. The ...

Cardiovascular Research, Goto, Mahiko, Miura, Tetsuji, Iliodoromitis, Efstathios K, O'Leary, Edward L, Ishimoto, Row, Yellon, Derek M, Iimura, Osamu

Date : 01/11/1991