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Ehjcardiovascrec

The development and structure of blood vessels are highly adapted to haemodynamic forces, such as shear stress, cyclic stretch, and circumferential wall stress, generated by the conductance of ...

Cardiovascular Research, SPOTLIGHT REVIEWS: SPOTLIGHT ON BIOMECHANICAL FACTORS IN CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE, Peter Neth, Maliheh Nazari-Jahantigh, Andreas Schober, Christian Weber

Date : 15/07/2013 Item size : 558042 bytes
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The formation of a novel vascular network is a rare event in the adult organism and occurs in a tightly controlled and transient manner in the female reproductive organs. Neovascularization occurs ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Guido Melillo, Marco Scoccianti, Imre Kovesdi, Jorge Safi, Teresa Riccioni, Maurizio C Capogrossi

Date : 01/09/1997 Item size : 507540 bytes
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Abstract Objective: Studies have reported that administration of stromal cell-derived factor-1 (SDF-1), the ligand for the G-protein coupled receptor CXCR4, increased collateral blood flow in a mouse ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Andrew N. Carr, Brian W. Howard, Hsiao T. Yang, Elaine Eby-Wilkens, Paula Loos, Alex Varbanov, Angela Qu, Jeffrey P. DeMuth, Michael G. Davis, Alan Proia, ...

Date : 01/03/2006 Item size : 301805 bytes
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The interactions of pulsatile blood flow with arterial geometries generate complex biomechanical forces on the vessel wall with spatial and temporal variations. [...]arteries are exposed to ...

European Heart Journal, Basic science for the clinician, Brenda R. Kwak, Magnus Bäck, Marie-Luce Bochaton-Piallat, Giuseppina Caligiuri, Mat J.A.P. Daemen, Peter F. Davies, Imo E. Hoefer, Paul ...

Date : 14/11/2014 Item size : 676164 bytes
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Abstract A fundamental feature of any immune response is the movement of leucocytes from one site in the body to another to provide effector functions. [...]elucidating the molecular mechanisms ...

Cardiovascular Research, SPOTLIGHT REVIEWS, Connie H.Y. Wong, Bryan Heit, Paul Kubes

Date : 01/05/2010 Item size : 487398 bytes
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HIF-1 consists of O2-regulated HIF-1α and constitutively expressed HIF-1β subunits.1 HIF-2α is a HIF-1α paralogue that is also involved in vascular responses to ischaemia.2,3 In humans, ...

Cardiovascular Research, SPOTLIGHT REVIEWS, Sergio Rey, Gregg L. Semenza

Date : 01/05/2010 Item size : 454352 bytes
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Endothelial cells (ECs) covering the inner surface of blood vessels are constantly exposed to shear stress, the frictional force generated by flowing blood, and they have the property of sensitively ...

Cardiovascular Research, SPOTLIGHT REVIEWS: SPOTLIGHT ON BIOMECHANICAL FACTORS IN CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE, Joji Ando, Kimiko Yamamoto

Date : 15/07/2013
Ehjcardiovascrec

Methods: Membrane potentials were recorded by conventional microelectrode techniques in isolated segments of small gastric arteries, the normalized diameter of which was determined from the passive ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, B Vanheel, J Breyne

Date : 01/08/2004
Ehjcardiovascrec

Introduction Collateral vessel growth by the induction of the expression of growth factors, such as vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF), by shear stress is a natural process occurring in human ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Johanna E. Markkanen, Tuomas T. Rissanen, Antti Kivelä, Seppo Ylä-Herttuala

Date : 15/02/2005
Ehjcardiovascrec

The development and structure of blood vessels are highly adapted to haemodynamic forces, such as shear stress, cyclic stretch, and circumferential wall stress, generated by the conductance of ...

Cardiovascular Research, Neth, Peter, Nazari-Jahantigh, Maliheh, Schober, Andreas, Weber, Christian

Date : 15/07/2013