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Thickening and calcification of the aortic valve will lead to reduced opening and the development of left ventricular outflow obstruction, referred to as aortic valve stenosis. The aortic valve is ...

Cardiovascular Research, SPOTLIGHT REVIEWS: SPOTLIGHT ON BIOMECHANICAL FACTORS IN CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE, Magnus Bäck, T. Christian Gasser, Jean-Baptiste Michel, Giuseppina Caligiuri

Date : 15/07/2013 Item size : 394629 bytes

The development and structure of blood vessels are highly adapted to haemodynamic forces, such as shear stress, cyclic stretch, and circumferential wall stress, generated by the conductance of ...

Cardiovascular Research, SPOTLIGHT REVIEWS: SPOTLIGHT ON BIOMECHANICAL FACTORS IN CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE, Peter Neth, Maliheh Nazari-Jahantigh, Andreas Schober, Christian Weber

Date : 15/07/2013 Item size : 558042 bytes

Methods: In 39 urethane anaesthetized rats pressure dependent regulation of whole kidney blood flow and cortical and medullary blood flow were estimated via laser-Doppler flux by a stepwise reduction ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Benno Nafz, Konstanze Berger, Christine Rösler, Pontus Börje Persson

Date : 01/12/1998 Item size : 245253 bytes

Peak skeletal muscle perfusion is maintained in patients with chronic heart failure when only a small muscle mass is exercised Abstract Objectives: The issue to be resolved was whether peripheral ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Gi Magnusson, Lennart Kaijser, Christer Sylvén, Karl-Erik Karlberg, Bengt Isberg, Bengt Saltin

Date : 01/02/1997 Item size : 213849 bytes

The aim of the present study was to determine the direct effects and the time course of regional/local physiological hyperinsulinemia on skeletal muscle arterioles, skin blood flow and peripheral ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Claudia H.A de Haan, François M.H van Dielen, Alfons J.H.M Houben, Peter W de Leeuw, Frank C Huvers, Jo G.R De Mey, Bruce H.R Wolffenbuttel, Nicolaas C ...

Date : 01/04/1997 Item size : 180323 bytes

The biological response of cells to mechanical stimuli differs substantially depending on whether they are exposed to static or pulsatile stress [1]. Since the first work by Glagov and his group ...

Cardiovascular Research, Editorial, Patrick Lacolley

Date : 01/09/2004 Item size : 159990 bytes

The diameter of these vessels is under the control of a number of factors such as blood pressure, flow, conducted signals from neighboring vessel segments, diverse metabolites produced from ...

Cardiovascular Research, Editorial, Rudolf Schubert

Date : 01/04/2006 Item size : 151790 bytes

Results: Following haemorrhage mean arterial pressure (MAP) fell by 2545 mm Hg and was accompanied by a reduction in mesenteric BF without any alteration of mesenteric vascular conductance ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Doris Pieber, Gabi Horina, Andreas Sandner-Kiesling, Thomas R. Pieber, Akos Heinemann

Date : 01/10/1999 Item size : 268272 bytes

Abstract Aims Thrombospondin-1 (TSP1), via its necessary receptor CD47, inhibits nitric oxide (NO)-stimulated soluble guanylate cyclase activation in vascular smooth muscle cells, and TSP1-null mice ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Eileen M. Bauer, Yan Qin, Thomas W. Miller, Russell W. Bandle, Gabor Csanyi, Patrick J. Pagano, Philip M. Bauer, Jurgen Schnermann, David D. Roberts, Jeff ...

Date : 01/12/2010 Item size : 332259 bytes

Abstract Aims The aim of the study is to investigate transient receptor potential ankyrin 1 (TRPA1)-induced responses in the vasculature and on blood pressure and heart rate (HR), in response to ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Gabor Pozsgai, Jennifer V. Bodkin, Rabea Graepel, Stuart Bevan, David A. Andersson, Susan D. Brain

Date : 01/09/2010 Item size : 305575 bytes