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Abstract Objective: Prolonged atrial fibrillation (AF) results in (ultra)structural remodelling of atrial cardiomyocytes resembling alterations seen in ischemia-induced ventricular hibernation. In ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Jannie Ausma, Will A Coumans, Hans Duimel, Ger J Van der Vusse, Maurits A Allessie, Marcel Borgers

Date : 01/09/2000

The authors report that in biopsies from patients with AF, concomitantly suffering from valvular disease, the majority of atrial myocytes undergo changes which are reminiscent of dedifferentiation, ...

Cardiovascular Research, Editorial, Jannie Ausma, Marcel Borgers

Date : 01/07/2002

Special attention was paid to processing the tissues immediately (fixation/freezing) in order to prevent artificial degenerative changes, thereby excluding false positive identification of ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Gerrit D. Dispersyn, Jannie Ausma, Fred Thoné, Willem Flameng, Jean-Louis J. Vanoverschelde, Maurits A. Allessie, Frans C.S. Ramaekers, Marcel Borgers

Date : 01/09/1999

In patients with paroxysmal or persistent AF reduced protein levels of L-type Ca2+ channel were shown to correlate with AERP shortening [5]. Besides the L-type Ca2+ channel, the expression of ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Victor L.J.L Thijssen, Huub M.W van der Velden, Erwin P van Ankeren, Jannie Ausma, Maurits A Allessie, Marcel Borgers, Guillaume J.J.M van Eys, Habo J ...

Date : 01/05/2002

Both phenomena are reversible but after prolonged duration of atrial fibrillation, a discrepancy occurs between rapid electrical remodelling and slow recovery of contractile function. In ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Victor L.J.L. Thijssen, Jannie Ausma, Marcel Borgers

Date : 01/10/2001