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[Cardiovasc Res 2018;114:15691570] The authors of the Loss of AZIN2 splice variant facilitates endogenous cardiac regeneration [doi:10.1093/cvr/cvy075] that this Editorial refers to did not disclose ...

Cardiovascular Research

Date : 01/10/2018 Item size : 82274 bytes

Septic shock represents an ongoing clinical conundrum, with high mortality rates despite the usual background of extensive haemodynamic support and multiple foci of therapeutic endeavour.1 A ...

Cardiovascular Research, Horowitz, John D, Liu, Saifei

Date : 01/11/2018 Item size : 140370 bytes

Atherosclerosis is regarded as a chronic inflammatory disease involving both innate and adaptive immunity. Besides their critical team leader role in acute infections, neutrophils can also be found ...

Cardiovascular Research, Cochain, Clément, Ait-Oufella, Hafid, Zernecke, Alma

Date : 01/10/2018 Item size : 156949 bytes

Introduction Murine models of atherosclerosis have been invaluable to gain mechanistic understanding of this chronic disease. Induction of atherosclerosis with relative ease in apolipoprotein E ...

Cardiovascular Research, Johnston, Jessica M, Francis, Sheila E, Kiss-Toth, Endre

Date : 01/12/2018 Item size : 152153 bytes

Hypertension represents one of the most powerful cardiovascular risk, severely increasing the incidence of major events, including stroke, dementia, myocardial infarction, heart failure, and renal ...

Cardiovascular Research, Carnevale, Daniela, Wenzel, Philip

Date : 01/09/2018 Item size : 165817 bytes

Commentary on Tissue stiffening coordinates morphogenesis by triggering collective cell migration in vivo by Barriga EH et al., Nature 2018;554:523527.1 Biography Dr Anke Smits obtained her PhD in ...

Cardiovascular Research, Smits, Anke M

Date : 01/09/2018 Item size : 147223 bytes

In the year 2000, it was estimated to affect 972 million people around the world, and this number is predicted to increase by 60% in 2025.1 It is well established that hypertension is associated with ...

Cardiovascular Research, Than, Stephanie, Srikanth, Velandai

Date : 01/09/2018 Item size : 134599 bytes

Abstract Aims In ventricular myocytes from humans and large mammals, the transverse and axial tubular system (TATS) network is less extensive than in rodents with consequently a greater proportion of ...

Cardiovascular Research, Dries, Eef, Santiago, Demetrio J, Gilbert, Guillaume, Lenaerts, Ilse, Vandenberk, Bert, Nagaraju, Chandan K, Johnson, Daniel M, Holemans, Patricia, Roderick, H Llewelyn, ...

Date : 01/09/2018 Item size : 442060 bytes

The related subcellular changes in cardiomyocyte ultrastructure and Ca2+ signalling cause a complex pro-arrhythmic substrate, which is difficult to target with current therapeutic approaches.1 ...

Cardiovascular Research, Dobrev, Dobromir, Fender, Anke C, Wehrens, Xander H T

Date : 01/09/2018 Item size : 148159 bytes

Inflammation in cardiovascular disease Inflammation and the immune system are critical to atherosclerosis.1 An augmented understanding of cytokines involved in the regulation of both inflammation and ...

Cardiovascular Research, Mehta, Nehal N

Date : 01/09/2018 Item size : 181104 bytes