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Methods: Poly A+ RNA was prepared from neonatal (2-day) and adult (42-day) cardiac myocytes and whole ventricular tissue and mRNA expression determined by reverse transcription-polymerase chain ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Caryn J McGill, Gavin Brooks

Date : 01/05/1997 Item size : 190838 bytes
Ehjcardiovascrec

Res. 59 (2003) 538548], Epo can also act within the cardiovascular system with effects in thrombosis and hypertension as well as actions on platelets, vascular endothelium and smooth muscle, and ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Marie A Bogoyevitch

Date : 01/08/2004 Item size : 400549 bytes
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Abstract Objective: The cytokine cardiotrophin-1 (CT-1) has previously been shown to protect cultured cardiocytes from cell death induced by serum removal or hypoxia when administered prior to the ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Bhawanjit K Brar, Anastasis Stephanou, Zhihong Liao, Rhona M O'Leary, Diane Pennica, Derek M Yellon, David S Latchman

Date : 01/08/2001 Item size : 297331 bytes
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[...]a wealth of new information has deepened our insight into the factors that govern the activity of the different signal transduction pathways. [...]the importance of cross-talk between signal ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Marc van Bilsen

Date : 01/12/1997 Item size : 585818 bytes
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Abstract Virtually all cell types within the myocardium express caveolae, where cell-specific isoforms of caveolin both maintain the structural organisation of these cholesterol-rich of the ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review in Review Focus Series on Caveolae in Cardiovascular Signaling, Olivier Feron, Jean-Luc Balligand

Date : 01/03/2006 Item size : 389211 bytes
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Two of the most important regulatory factors in this regard are Ca2+ and ADP,47 whose communication between different organelles and/or compartments within cardiac myocytes is organized by ...

Cardiovascular Research, SPOTLIGHT REVIEWS: SPOTLIGHT ON T-TUBULES AND RYANODINE RECEPTOR MICRODOMAIN SIGNALLING IN CARDIAC HYPERTROPHY AND FAILURE, Michael Kohlhaas, Christoph Maack

Date : 01/05/2013 Item size : 513802 bytes
Ehjcardiovascrec

Toxic blood concentrations ranging from 3 to 180 μmol/l have been reported and the accumulation of NP in cardiac tissue leads to naloxone-insensitive cardiotoxicity. Since several lines of ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Chris Ulens, Paul Daenens, Jan Tytgat

Date : 01/12/1999 Item size : 251762 bytes
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Introduction Patients with diabetes mellitus (DM) have an increased risk of coronary heart disease, and cardiovascular complications are responsible for the majority of diabetes-related deaths.1 In ...

Cardiovascular Research, ORIGINAL ARTICLES: SPOTLIGHT ON REDUCING MYOCARDIAL ISCHAEMIA/REPERFUSION INJURY, Tao Rui, Jinchao Zhang, Xuemei Xu, Yongwei Yao, Raymond Kao, Claudio M. Martin

Date : 01/05/2012 Item size : 272777 bytes
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Pharmacological studies have established that a blockade of the RAS at the level of the angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) or the AT1-receptor ameliorates the remodeling process of the heart and ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Kai C Wollert, Helmut Drexler

Date : 01/09/1999 Item size : 591071 bytes
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Changes in expression of ion channels and contractile protein isoforms during development may make it problematic to extrapolate results from embryonic and neonatal cultured myocytes to the fully ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, John S Mitcheson, Jules C Hancox, Allan J Levi

Date : 01/08/1998 Item size : 583440 bytes