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An ideal animal model for any cardiovascular disease in humans should have five characteristics: (i) mimic the human disease, (ii) allow studies in chronic, stable disease, (iii) produce symptoms ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Sheila A Doggrell, Lindsay Brown

Date : 01/07/1998 Item size : 693819 bytes
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Abstract The G protein-coupled receptor kinases (GRKs) participate with arrestins in the regulation and signal propagation of multiple G protein-coupled receptors (GPCR) of key physiological and ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Petronila Penela, Cristina Murga, Catalina Ribas, Antonio S. Tutor, Sandra Peregrín, Federico Mayor

Date : 01/01/2006 Item size : 407122 bytes
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In the present studies, eprosartan's ability to provide end-organ protection was evaluated in a model of cardiomyopathy and renal failure in stroke-prone rats (SP). Echocardiographic (i.e. 2-D ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Frank C. Barone, Robert W. Coatney, Sudeep Chandra, Susanta K. Sarkar, Allen H. Nelson, Lisa C. Contino, David P. Brooks, Wallace G. Campbell, Eliot H. ...

Date : 01/06/2001 Item size : 322347 bytes
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Abstract Aldosterone is well recognized as a cause of sodium reabsorption, water retention, and potassium and magnesium loss; however, it also produces a variety of other actions that lead to ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Allan D Struthers, Thomas M MacDonald

Date : 01/03/2004 Item size : 333477 bytes
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[...]release of enzymes into the extracellular space was seen as important only for specialised functions, such as digestion of nutrients or in blood clotting, events that took place outside solid ...

Cardiovascular Research, Editorial, Andrew C. Newby, Matthias Pauschinger, Francis G. Spinale

Date : 15/02/2006 Item size : 167499 bytes
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An expanding body of evidence indicates that certain dietary patterns can influence cardiovascular health and primary prevention of CVD by modifying risk factors such as obesity, dyslipidemia, and ...

Cardiovascular Research, Editorial, Claudio Napoli, William C. Stanley, Louis J. Ignarro

Date : 15/01/2007 Item size : 226859 bytes
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The prevalence of depression among heart failure patients steeply increases with the severity of heart failure, reaching a rate of >40% in patients with New York Heart Association functional class ...

Cardiovascular Research, Editorial, Heimo Ehmke

Date : 01/01/2012 Item size : 167466 bytes
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Levels of the hormone adiponectin are downregulated in obese individuals, and several experimental studies show that adiponectin protects against the development of various obesity-related metabolic ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Teresa A. Hopkins, Noriyuki Ouchi, Rei Shibata, Kenneth Walsh

Date : 01/04/2007 Item size : 483395 bytes
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Chronic exposure to excess circulating fuels can have a toxic effect on the heart due to formation of noxious derivatives of glucose and lipid metabolism, such as reactive oxygen species (ROS) from ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, David J. Chess, William C. Stanley

Date : 15/07/2008 Item size : 545129 bytes
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Abstract Worldwide, the numbers of women who have a pre-existing cardiovascular disease or develop cardiac problems during pregnancy are increasing and, due to the lack of evidenced-based data, this ...

Cardiovascular Research, TOPICAL REVIEWS: REVIEW FOCUS ON PREGNANCY-MEDIATED HEART AND VASCULAR DISEASE, Karen Sliwa, Michael Böhm

Date : 15/03/2014