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14:00 2123 Human xenograft Muse cells reduce the myocardial infarct size and improve the cardiac function and remodeling in a miniature pig model of acute myocardial infarction Yoshihisa YAMADA ...

Biological insights in myocardial remodelling

Date : 28/08/2016 Item size : 74576 bytes
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Abstract Aims Impaired cardiac substrate metabolism plays an important role in heart failure (HF) pathogenesis. Since many of these metabolic changes occur at the transcriptional level of metabolic ...

Cardiovascular Research, Byrne, Nikole J., Levasseur, Jody, Sung, Miranda M., Masson, Grant, Boisvenue, Jamie, Young, Martin E., Dyck, Jason R.B.

Date : 15/05/2016 Item size : 361330 bytes
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Abstract Aims Impaired cardiac substrate metabolism plays an important role in heart failure (HF) pathogenesis. Since many of these metabolic changes occur at the transcriptional level of metabolic ...

Cardiovascular Research, Byrne, Nikole J., Levasseur, Jody, Sung, Miranda M., Masson, Grant, Boisvenue, Jamie, Young, Martin E., Dyck, Jason R.B.

Date : 15/05/2016 Item size : 381963 bytes
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Heart failure is a major cause of morbidity and mortality, characterized by depletion of functioning cardiomyocytes, myocardial remodelling, and impaired contractile function. Several groups report ...

European Journal of Heart Failure, Batty, Jonathan A., Lima, Jose A.C., Kunadian, Vijay

Date : 01/02/2016 Item size : 41795 bytes
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Translational perspective During ischaemic injury, cardiac tissue undergoes compensatory hypertrophy to preserve function, but this hypertrophy can progress to adverse ventricular dilatation and ...

European Heart Journal, BASIC SCIENCE, Jian Guo, Anton Mihic, Jun Wu, Yuemei Zhang, Kaustabh Singh, Sanjiv Dhingra, Richard D. Weisel, Ren-Ke Li

Date : 01/10/2015
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Translational perspective During ischaemic injury, cardiac tissue undergoes compensatory hypertrophy to preserve function, but this hypertrophy can progress to adverse ventricular dilatation and ...

European Heart Journal, Guo, Jian, Mihic, Anton, Wu, Jun, Zhang, Yuemei, Singh, Kaustabh, Dhingra, Sanjiv, Weisel, Richard D., Li, Ren-Ke

Date : 01/10/2015
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Translational perspective During ischaemic injury, cardiac tissue undergoes compensatory hypertrophy to preserve function, but this hypertrophy can progress to adverse ventricular dilatation and ...

European Heart Journal, Guo, Jian, Mihic, Anton, Wu, Jun, Zhang, Yuemei, Singh, Kaustabh, Dhingra, Sanjiv, Weisel, Richard D., Li, Ren-Ke

Date : 01/10/2015 Item size : 289959 bytes
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Tel: +31 50 361 2355, Fax: +31 50 361 5525, Email: r.a.de.boer@umcg.nl Search for more papers by this author Abstract Aims Liver X receptors (LXRs) transcriptionally regulate inflammation, ...

European Journal of Heart Failure, Cannon, Megan V., Yu, Hongjuan, Candido, Wellington M., Dokter, Martin M., Lindstedt, Eva‐Lotte, Silljé, Herman H.W., van Gilst, Wiek H., de Boer, Rudolf A.

Date : 01/03/2015 Item size : 153443 bytes
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Furthermore, western blot assays showed that histone deacetylase-8 (HDAC8) was silenced by miR-21-3p, and luciferase reporter assays showed that miR-21-3p binds to the 3 UTR of ...

Cardiovascular Research, Yan, Mengwen, Chen, Chen, Gong, Wei, Yin, Zhongwei, Zhou, Ling, Chaugai, Sandip, Wang, Dao Wen

Date : 01/03/2015
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Tel: +31 50 361 2355, Fax: +31 50 361 5525, Email: r.a.de.boer@umcg.nl Search for more papers by this author Abstract Aims Liver X receptors (LXRs) transcriptionally regulate inflammation, ...

European Journal of Heart Failure, Cannon, Megan V., Yu, Hongjuan, Candido, Wellington M., Dokter, Martin M., Lindstedt, Eva‐Lotte, Silljé, Herman H.W., van Gilst, Wiek H., de Boer, Rudolf A.

Date : 01/03/2015 Item size : 160273 bytes