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There are increasing data indicating that NO modulates various proteins involved in excitationcontraction coupling (ECC), and here we discuss the evidence that NO may modulate the function of the ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Gregory Lim, Luigi Venetucci, David A. Eisner, Barbara Casadei

Date : 15/01/2008 Item size : 401558 bytes
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Low ATP content in cardiac tissue was observed in patients with chronic heart failure despite the absence of myocardial ischaemia [1]. Mitochondrial function in cardiac tissue from the failing heart ...

Cardiovascular Research, Editorial, William C Stanley, Charles L Hoppel

Date : 01/03/2000 Item size : 172386 bytes
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Increasingly, experimental evidence suggests that the role of SR Ca2+ cycling extends beyond the traditional biophysical control of cardiomyocyte contraction and relaxation, with SR Ca2+ cycling ...

Cardiovascular Research, EDITORIALS: SPOTLIGHT ON T-TUBULES AND RYANODINE RECEPTOR MICRODOMAIN SIGNALLING IN CARDIAC HYPERTROPHY AND FAILURE, William E. Louch, Alexander R. Lyon

Date : 01/05/2013
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Methods: Subepicardial (epi), midmyocardial (mid), and subendocardial (endo) sections of the left ventricular free wall from end-stage failing (n=17) and nonfailing (n=5) human hearts were analyzed ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Jürgen Prestle, Sabine Dieterich, Michael Preuss, Ursula Bieligk, Gerd Hasenfuss

Date : 01/08/1999
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Abstract Objective: Left ventricular assist device support mechanically unloads the failing ventricle with resultant improvement in cardiac geometry and function in patients with end-stage heart ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Yasuchika Takeishi, Thunder Jalili, Brian D. Hoit, Darryl L. Kirkpatrick, Lynne E. Wagoner, William T. Abraham, Richard A. Walsh

Date : 01/03/2000
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The possibility of replacement and/or supporting the failing heart with new cardiomyocytes from stem cells, implanted or recruited locally, is one of the exciting possibilities under investigation ...

Cardiovascular Research, Editorial, Karin R. Sipido, David Eisner

Date : 01/11/2005
Ehjcardiovascrec

Abstract Prolongation of the Ca2+ transient and action potential (AP) durations are two characteristic changes in myocyte physiology in the failing human heart. The hypothesis of this study is that ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Jutta Weisser-Thomas, Valentino Piacentino, John P Gaughan, Kenneth Margulies, Steven R Houser

Date : 15/03/2003
Ehjcardiovascrec

Abstract Prolongation of the Ca2+ transient and action potential (AP) durations are two characteristic changes in myocyte physiology in the failing human heart. The hypothesis of this study is that ...

Cardiovascular Research, Weisser-Thomas, Jutta, Piacentino, Valentino, Gaughan, John P, Margulies, Kenneth, Houser, Steven R

Date : 15/03/2003
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Low ATP content in cardiac tissue was observed in patients with chronic heart failure despite the absence of myocardial ischaemia [1]. The paper by Jarreta et al. in this issue of Cardiovascular ...

Cardiovascular Research, Stanley, William C, Hoppel, Charles L

Date : 01/03/2000 Item size : 132574 bytes
Ehjcardiovascrec

There are increasing data indicating that NO modulates various proteins involved in excitationcontraction coupling (ECC), and here we discuss the evidence that NO may modulate the function of the ...

Cardiovascular Research, Lim, Gregory, Venetucci, Luigi, Eisner, David A., Casadei, Barbara

Date : 15/01/2008 Item size : 382262 bytes