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[...]the role of mitochondria goes beyond their capacity to create molecular fuel, to include the generation of reactive oxygen species, the regulation of calcium, and activation of cell ...

Cardiovascular Research, REVIEWS: SPOTLIGHT ON SMOOTH MUSCLE CELLS AND VASCULAR DISEASES, Emma Yu, John Mercer, Martin Bennett

Date : 15/07/2012 Item size : 535453 bytes
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Consistently, diabetic Pin1 mice were protected against mitochondrial oxidative stress, endothelial dysfunction, and vascular inflammation. Interestingly, enough, Pin1 up-regulation was associated ...

European Heart Journal, BASIC SCIENCE, Francesco Paneni, Sarah Costantino, Lorenzo Castello, Rodolfo Battista, Giuliana Capretti, Sergio Chiandotto, Domenico D'Amario, Giuseppe Scavone, Angelo ...

Date : 01/04/2015
Ehjcardiovascrec

The hypothesis that homocysteine may cause vascular disease was originally proposed by McCully, following the observation that premature thromboembolism and atherosclerosis was a feature of ...

Cardiovascular Research, Editorial, Sagar N. Doshi, Jonathan Goodfellow, Malcolm J. Lewis, Ian F.W. McDowell

Date : 01/06/1999
Ehjcardiovascrec

Abstract Objective:: Endothelial dysfunction in diabetes is characterized by decreased nitric oxide (NO) bioactivity and increased superoxide (SO) production. Methods: After 5 days, the cells ...

Cardiovascular Research, Research Article, Shijie Cai, Jeffrey Khoo, Keith M. Channon

Date : 01/03/2005
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Furthermore, increased expression of APP and BACE1 as well as increased production of Aβ peptides was detected in the cerebral microvasculature and brain tissue of eNOS-deficient mice. Since ...

European Heart Journal, Katusic, Zvonimir S., Austin, Susan A.

Date : 07/04/2014 Item size : 273248 bytes
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Part I of this review will focus on the most current advances in the pathophysiological mechanisms of vascular disease: (i) emerging role of endothelium in obesity-induced insulin resistance; (ii) ...

European Heart Journal, Paneni, Francesco, Beckman, Joshua A., Creager, Mark A., Cosentino, Francesco

Date : 14/08/2013 Item size : 467040 bytes
Ehjcardiovascrec

The hypothesis that homocysteine may cause vascular disease was originally proposed by McCully, following the observation that premature thromboembolism and atherosclerosis was a feature of ...

Cardiovascular Research, Doshi, Sagar N., Goodfellow, Jonathan, Lewis, Malcolm J., McDowell, Ian F.W.

Date : 01/06/1999 Item size : 219732 bytes
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Furthermore, increased expression of APP and BACE1 as well as increased production of Aβ peptides was detected in the cerebral microvasculature and brain tissue of eNOS-deficient mice. Since ...

European Heart Journal, Katusic, Zvonimir S., Austin, Susan A.

Date : 07/04/2014
Ehjcardiovascrec

The hypothesis that homocysteine may cause vascular disease was originally proposed by McCully, following the observation that premature thromboembolism and atherosclerosis was a feature of ...

Cardiovascular Research, Doshi, Sagar N., Goodfellow, Jonathan, Lewis, Malcolm J., McDowell, Ian F.W.

Date : 01/06/1999
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Consistently, diabetic Pin1 mice were protected against mitochondrial oxidative stress, endothelial dysfunction, and vascular inflammation. Interestingly, enough, Pin1 up-regulation was associated ...

European Heart Journal, Paneni, Francesco, Costantino, Sarah, Castello, Lorenzo, Battista, Rodolfo, Capretti, Giuliana, Chiandotto, Sergio, D'Amario, Domenico, Scavone, Giuseppe, Villano, Angelo, ...

Date : 01/04/2015 Item size : 416035 bytes