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Dr Vicky MacRae speaks to Mark Nicholls about research which could help explain why men are more likely to suffer cardiovascular disease than their similarly aged female counterparts It is well known ...

European Heart Journal, CardioPulse, Mark Nicholls

Date : 07/12/2016 Item size : 119707 bytes
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The 22nd International Postgraduate Course on Cardiovascular Disease Visit Cardiology Update and participate in one of Europes major meetings with world-class opinion leaders on latest developments ...

European Heart Journal, Amstein, Ruth

Date : 07/01/2017 Item size : 76118 bytes
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Circulating microRNAs strongly predict cardiovascular death in patients with coronary artery disease—results from the large AtheroGene study Introduction Stratification for subsequent coronary ...

European Heart Journal, Karakas, Mahir, Schulte, Christian, Appelbaum, Sebastian, Ojeda, Francisco, Lackner, Karl J., Münzel, Thomas, Schnabel, Renate B., Blankenberg, Stefan, Zeller, Tanja

Date : 14/02/2017 Item size : 125906 bytes
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Interestingly, reduced BDNF activity, resulting from a single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) in the coding region of the BDNF gene (Val66Met; rs6265), has been associated with neuropsychiatric ...

European Heart Journal, Stein, Sokrates, Winnik, Stephan, Matter, Christian M.

Date : 09/03/2017
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A basic tenet of precision medicine is that individual variability can be harnessed to provide patients with tailored therapies for optimal outcomes.1 In this way, sex-specific medicine is a subset ...

European Heart Journal, Taqueti, Viviany R., Bairey Merz, C. Noel

Date : 09/03/2017 Item size : 96394 bytes
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Dr Vicky MacRae speaks to Mark Nicholls about research which could help explain why men are more likely to suffer cardiovascular disease than their similarly aged female counterparts It is well known ...

European Heart Journal, Nicholls, Mark

Date : 07/12/2016 Item size : 78664 bytes
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A basic tenet of precision medicine is that individual variability can be harnessed to provide patients with tailored therapies for optimal outcomes.1 In this way, sex-specific medicine is a subset ...

European Heart Journal, Taqueti, Viviany R., Bairey Merz, C. Noel

Date : 14/05/2017
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A basic tenet of precision medicine is that individual variability can be harnessed to provide patients with tailored therapies for optimal outcomes.1 In this way, sex-specific medicine is a subset ...

European Heart Journal, Taqueti, Viviany R., Bairey Merz, C. Noel

Date : 14/05/2017 Item size : 107889 bytes
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Interestingly, reduced BDNF activity, resulting from a single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) in the coding region of the BDNF gene (Val66Met; rs6265), has been associated with neuropsychiatric ...

European Heart Journal, Stein, Sokrates, Winnik, Stephan, Matter, Christian M.

Date : 07/05/2017
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Women and acute coronary syndromes: still up to no good The Yentl Syndrome has drawn our attention to cardiovascular healthcare inequality between males and females and has prompted the deeper ...

European Heart Journal, Gebhard, Catherine

Date : 07/04/2017 Item size : 104576 bytes