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If not promptly recycled, 5OP can alter tissue redox conditions, as shown in the rodent brain,3 cardiomyocytes,4 and human derived myocardial tissue.4 Forced OPLAH expression in mice with myocardial ...

Cardiovascular Research, Sourdon, Joevin, Keceli, Gizem, Lindsey, Merry L, Paolocci, Nazareno

Date : 01/12/2018 Item size : 4416 bytes

II - Searching for the optimal treatment to best curb the threat of diabetes in patients with renal dysfunction There has been an increasing number of investigations regarding the renal function in ...

Date : 29/01/2008

Advanced age is also associated with a progressive increase in the risk of major bleeding in subjects ? Only 20% of patients >75 years were included in randomised controlled trials (RCTs) ...

Date : 17/04/2019

Background Co-existence of hypertension and diabetes increases the risk of renal and other target organ damage, and heads to greater incidence of cardiac events and mortality. When renal dysfunction ...

Date : 10/01/2012

[...]in a series on hyperkalemia: Ninety percent of potassium is excluded from healthy kidneys, but in patients experiencing end-stage renal disease the potassium excretion from the intestine ...

Date : 31/05/2016

Synopsis Cardiac progenitor cells (CPCs) from rats were exposed to anthracycline, which increased the formation of reactive oxygen species and caused increases in DNA damage, expression of p53, ...

Date : 02/03/2010