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Abstract Objectives: To assess the phosphorylation of myocardial phospholamban (PLB) and quantify protein levels of PLB and sarco/endoplasmic reticulum Ca2+ ATPase type 2 (SERCA 2) in a rabbit model ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Susan Currie, Godfrey L. Smith

Date : 01/01/1999 Item size : 286941 bytes

Central to the definition of ischaemia is that coronary flow is not only insufficient to allow adequate energy production, but that the impaired flow also results in impaired removal of metabolic ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Pieter D Verdouw, Mirella A van den Doel, Sandra de Zeeuw, Dirk J Duncker

Date : 01/07/1998 Item size : 659320 bytes

AAA Screening study Validation study Aorta: full thickness aortic wall Pahl et al.13 Aorta: full thickness aortic wall Maegdefessel et al.14 Thirteen patients with large AAA (5768 mm) undergoing ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Juliette Raffort, Fabien Lareyre, Marc Clement, Ziad Mallat

Date : 15/05/2016 Item size : 463465 bytes

Despite considerable progress in the understanding and management of heart failure, its incidence, prevalence and economic burden are steadily increasing. [...]efficient preventive and therapeutic ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Rainer Klocke, Wen Tian, Michael T. Kuhlmann, Sigrid Nikol

Date : 01/04/2007 Item size : 378011 bytes

Angiogenic gene therapy for heart disease: a review of animal studies and clinical trials Abstract The current published clinical literature on angiogenic gene therapy for the treatment of ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, H.Kirk Hammond, M.Dan McKirnan

Date : 16/02/2001 Item size : 206864 bytes

The importance of the landmark paper by Vaughan Williams and Singh [9] is that it proposed a novel discrete mechanism for the drug control of arrhythmias that did not rely on the three mechanisms ...

Cardiovascular Research, Update review, Andrew A. Grace, A.John Camm

Date : 01/01/2000 Item size : 440714 bytes

Cardiac surgery also induces myocardial stunning (seen as transient cardiac dysfunction) in the initial few hours after reperfusion [8] and it might be expected that this myocardial stunning should ...

Cardiovascular Research, Editorial, David J. Chambers

Date : 01/03/2007 Item size : 171978 bytes

About 50% of heart failure cases result from coronary artery disease with the remainder arising from non-ischaemic, and often unknown, etiologies. Myocyte loss or systolic dysfunction is typically ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Alan D Wickenden, Roger Kaprielian, Zamaneh Kassiri, James N Tsoporis, Robert Tsushima, Glenn I Fishman, Peter H Backx

Date : 01/02/1998 Item size : 664742 bytes

Epidemiological studies have shown that cardiovascular diseases are the first cause of morbidity and mortality in patients with type 2 diabetes: coronary artery disease is increased by 3- to 4-fold, ...

Cardiovascular Research, Editorial, Alain Nitenberg

Date : 01/02/2007

Introduction Approximately 50% of coronary artery disease (CAD)-related deaths are sudden and unexpected,1 with many due to ventricular fibrillation (VF) triggered by acute myocardial ischaemia.2,3 ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Catherine L. Stables, Michael J. Curtis

Date : 15/07/2009