cardiac muscle

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Klf15, in turn, controls the level of a potassium channel-interacting protein (KChIP2), which affects how potassium flows out of heart muscle cells called cardiac myocytes.
TNF-[alpha] has been shown to drive production of manganese superoxide dismutase [12], a free radical scavenger, as well as certain heat shock proteins [13] in adult mammalian and feline cardiac myocytes, respectively.
(12) In this study, we use the rat coronary artery ligation model to assess the effects of estrogen on indices of left ventricular remodeling, including cardiac myocyte size.
Using a guinea pig model, Shiba et al .[46] reported that transplanted cardiac myocytes were able to form gap junctions with the surrounding host myocardium and achieve 1:1 host-graft coupling.
Mochly-Rosen, "A selective [epsilon]-protein kinase C antagonist inhibits protection of cardiac myocytes from hypoxia-induced cell death," Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.
The recent study indicated that NNBP enhanced myocardial perfusion, depressed cardiac myocyte apoptosis, decreased myocardial stunning, and improved heart contractile function in comparison with traditional NHCA.
showed recently that short pretreatment with NO donor (NaN[O.sub.2]) combined with hypoxia protects neonatal cardiac myocyte but not cardiac fibroblast from hypoxic injury, and apoptosis decreased in human ES-derived cardiac myocytes [34].
Additionally, modulation of electrical activity of cardiac myocyte by natural occurring chemical compounds may present a therapeutic application, especially in the context of cardiac arrhythmias (Li et al.
This is logical when one considers the nature of the acute coronarysyndrome, where in the vast majority of cases there is rupture of a plaque, leading to emboli causing cardiac myocyte ischemia and death.
Cardiac myocyte nuclei were smaller and more numerous in late gestation (embryonic day 18.5) compared to control offspring.
Bers, "Calcium fluxes involved in control of cardiac myocyte contraction," Circulation Research, vol.
Decreased sarco(endo)plasmic reticulum (SR) [Ca.sup.2+]-uptake and decreased expression of the SR [Ca.sup.2+]-ATPase, SERCA2a, are key features of cardiac myocyte dysfunction in both experimental and human heartfailure (8,9).
Cardiac myocyte cell cycle control in development, disease, and regeneration.