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The HCA aims to describe and define the complete cellular landscape of the human body ( By analogy to the Human Genome Project, the HCA aims to map cells of the ...

Cardiovascular Research, Noseda, Michela, Harding, Sian Elizabeth

Date : 01/10/2018 Item size : 166060 bytes

Amongst numerous awards, she received the Liselotte-Becht research award (2017) and the Oskar-Lapp research award (2016) of the German Cardiac Society, the best moderated poster award of the ESC ...

Cardiovascular Research, Schmidt, Constanze

Date : 01/10/2018 Item size : 140170 bytes

Introduction Nuclear receptors (NRs) represent the family of mammalian proteins associated with the transcriptional regulation in human tissues and include the androgen receptor (AR), oestrogen ...

Cardiovascular Research, Unsworth, Amanda J, Flora, Gagan D, Gibbins, Jonathan M

Date : 01/04/2018 Item size : 519112 bytes

[...]cells can be recognized by their content of myofilaments or SMC contractile proteins, and they, among other roles, build the fibrous cap of plaques that protect fibroatheromas from undergoing ...

Cardiovascular Research, Bentzon, Jacob F, Majesky, Mark W

Date : 15/03/2018 Item size : 388599 bytes

Homo- and heterocellular interactions play pivotal roles in electrical excitability and conduction, in mechanical force generation and deformation, and in biochemical signalling. Studying cellcell ...

Cardiovascular Research, Schneider-Warme, Franziska, Johnston, Callum M, Kohl, Peter

Date : 01/01/2018 Item size : 116372 bytes

Cell culture systems, for example, provide a platform for studying the structure and function of cellcell contacts at single-cell resolution, but the most commonly used monolayer systems afford an ...

Cardiovascular Research, Schneider-Warme, Franziska, Johnston, Callum M, Kohl, Peter

Date : 01/01/2018 Item size : 230403 bytes

MicroRNAs (MiRNAs) are highly conserved, short (1824 nucleotides), non-coding RNAs that regulate gene expression either by repressing their translation or by inducing messenger RNA ...

Cardiovascular Research, Vilahur, Gemma

Date : 01/11/2017 Item size : 112472 bytes

Abstract Aims The pathogenic mechanisms of pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) remain unclear, but involve dysfunctional endothelial cells (ECs), dysregulated immunity and inflammation in the ...

Cardiovascular Research, Liang, Olin D., So, Eui-Young, Egan, Pamela C., Goldberg, Laura R., Aliotta, Jason M., Wu, Keith Q., Dubielecka, Patrycja M., Ventetuolo, Corey E., Reginato, Anthony M., ...

Date : 01/11/2017 Item size : 430423 bytes

[...]investigating the mechanisms underlying the differentiation of hiPSCs into specialized cell types such as cardiomyocytes, endothelial cells, and vascular smooth muscle cells (VSMCs) may lead to ...

Cardiovascular Research, Ayoubi, Sohrab, Sheikh, Søren P., Eskildsen, Tilde V.

Date : 01/09/2017 Item size : 522580 bytes

The obesity pandemic1 is recognized as a global health problem linked with metabolic abnormalities (like diabetes mellitus), triggers the development of cardiovascular risk factors (like ...

Cardiovascular Research, Antoniades, Charalambos

Date : 01/07/2017 Item size : 165704 bytes