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Ehjcardiovascrec

The human receptor was selected for two reasons: (i) compared to other species, human cardiac muscle exhibits the strongest negative inotropic effect induced by β3-AR agonists [5] and, (ii) ...

Cardiovascular Research, Editorial, Enn K. Seppet

Date : 01/08/2003
Ehjcardiovascrec

ULK1 phosphorylation at Ser757 and Ser777 was down-regulated and up-regulated, respectively, by ethanol, the effect of which was nullified by AMPK deficiency or inhibition. [...]the ethanol ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Rui Guo, Jun Ren

Date : 01/06/2012
Ehjcardiovascrec

Abstract Objective: Although it is generally accepted that endurance training improves cardiac function after myocardial infarction the sub-cellular mechanisms are uncertain. The present study ...

Cardiovascular Research, Wisløff, Ulrik, Loennechen, Jan P., Currie, Susan, Smith, Godfrey L., Ellingsen, Øyvind

Date : 01/04/2002
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Nitric oxide (NO) influences many aspects of cardiac function including excitationcontraction coupling, myofilament function, oxygen consumption, substrate metabolism, and cell growth and survival ...

Cardiovascular Research, Shah, Ajay M.

Date : 01/06/2005
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Recent advances in the medical management and implantable devices have contributed to slow down the evolution of the disease, to decrease hospitalizations, and to prolong survival in patients with ...

European Heart Journal, Hulot, Jean-Sebastien, Ishikawa, Kiyotake, Hajjar, Roger J.

Date : 01/06/2016 Item size : 279824 bytes
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Introduction Around 30% of the cells within the heart are cardiomyocytes, whereas the other 70% comprise endothelial cells (EC), fibroblasts, smooth muscle cells, and immune cells.1 Physical ...

Cardiovascular Research, Zhang, Min, Shah, Ajay M.

Date : 01/05/2014 Item size : 568898 bytes
Ehjcardiovascrec

The human receptor was selected for two reasons: (i) compared to other species, human cardiac muscle exhibits the strongest negative inotropic effect induced by β3-AR agonists [5] and, (ii) ...

Cardiovascular Research, Seppet, Enn K.

Date : 01/08/2003
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[...]window of preconditioning normalizes palmitate use for oxidation and improves function during low-flow ischaemia Conclusion Thus, the second window of preconditioning normalized oxidative ...

Cardiovascular Research, Kudej, Raymond K., Fasano, Mathew, Zhao, Xin, Lopaschuk, Gary D., Fischer, Susan K., Vatner, Dorothy E., Vatner, Stephen F., Lewandowski, E. Douglas

Date : 01/12/2011 Item size : 309658 bytes
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The key role of molecular chaperones in heart function is highlighted by the fact that a number of genetic mutations in chaperone proteins result in different forms of cardiomyopathies. [...]a ...

Cardiovascular Research, Tarone, Guido, Brancaccio, Mara

Date : 01/06/2014 Item size : 721695 bytes
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Pharmacological inhibition of CaMKII-but not of protein kinase A-mediated PLB phosphorylation totally abolished the increased effects of β-adrenergic stimulation on cardiac contractility and ...

Cardiovascular Research, Yurukova, Sevdalina, Kilić, Ana, Völker, Katharina, Leineweber, Kirsten, Dybkova, Nataliya, Maier, Lars S., Brodde, Otto-Erich, Kuhn, Michaela

Date : 01/03/2007