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Abdellatif, Maha
Rutger New Jersey Medical School, USA
Chromatin-bound metabolic enzymes modulate histone modifications in a diet-dependent manner during cardiac hypertrophy
Arany, Zoltan Pierre
University of Pennsylvania, USA
The adenine nucleotide translocator mediates mitophagy independent of nucleotide exchange
Ardehali, Hossein
Northwestern Medicine Feinberg School of Medicine, USA
Role of iron in cardiovascular physiology and disease
Backx, Peter
York University, Canada
Understanding atrial fibrillation using lesson from endurance exercise
Boisvert, William
University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine, USA
Cholesterol crystal formation in developing atherosclerosis
Bolli, Roberto
University of Louisville, USA
Cell therapy for heart disease: recent developments and future Directions
Czubryt, Michael
University of Manitoba, Canada
Fibroblasts, Fibrosis and Fuel
del Monte, Federica
Medical University of South Carolina, USA
Cardiac aggregopathy: A new Alzheimer's cardiomyopathy
Dhingra, Sanjiv
University of Manitoba, Canada
Strategies to prevent rejection to allogeneic stem cells in the ischemic heart
Drosatos, Konstantinos
Lewis Katz School of Medicine, Temple University, USA
Kruppel-like factor 5: an under-appreciated enemy of cardiomyocyte function
Fujio, Yasushi
Osaka University, Japan
Adult murine cardiomyoctes exhibit reparative/regenerative activities in the healing process of myocarditis
Kirshenbaum, Lorrie
University of Manitoba, Canada
Therapeutic Opportunities for Doxorubicin Cardiomyopathy
Kontaridis, Maria
Masonic Medical Research Laboratory, USA
Mechanisms of RhoA regulation in cardiomyopathy and fibrosis
Kranias, Litsa
University of Cincinnati, USA
Impaired sarcoplasmic reticulum calcium cycling in heart failure and arrthymia
Lefer, David
LSU Health New Orleans School of Medicine, USA
Radiofrequency renal denervation ameliorates the severity of heart failure with preserved ejection fraction
Liao, Ronglih
Stanford University, USA
The role of stress hormones in mediating cardiac dysfunction
Martino, Tami
University of Guelph, Canada
Circadian medicine - a pill to cure heart attacks?
Matsui, Takashi
University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine, USA
The role of mTOR on cardiac function in I/R injury
McKinsey, Timothy
University of Colorado Denver, USA
HDAC11 functions as a demyristoylase to promote pathological fate-to-heart crosstalk
Megeney, Lynn
Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, Canada
Development of a novel drug screen to identify inductive cues for physiologic cardiac hypertrophy
Michalak, Marek
University of Alberta, Canada
Pernicious cardiac condition in mice with genetically modified cardiomyocytes
Minamino, Tohru
Niigata University, Japan
A critical role of sent-metabolites/seno-antigens in cardio-metabolic disease
Molkentin, Jeffrey
Cincinnati Children's Hospital, USA
Thbs 1 induces lethal cardiac atrophy through PERK regulated autophagy
Oike, Yuichi
Kumamoto University, Japan
ANGPTL2: a causal player in accelerating heart disease development in the aging
Pasmarthi, Kishore
Dalhousie University, Canada
Cardiac structural and functional deficits in a mouse model of natriuretic peptide receptor-A (NPRA) deficiency
Pierce, Grant
University of Manitoba, Canada
The cardioprotective effects of dietary flaxseed
Sadoshima, Junichi
University of Newark Medical, USA
Autocrine production of IL-6 regulated by PPAR-alpha/NF-kappa B heterodimer in cardiomyocytes mediates diastolic dysfunction in the heart in response to high fat diet consumption
Shohet, Ralph
University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine, USA
High intensity focused ultrasound can enhance microbubble-mediated gene delivery to the heart and other organs
Steinberg, Susan
Colombia University, USA
The cardiac beta-1-adrenergic receptor: N-tertaining a new signaling paradigm
Tallquist, Michelle
University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine, USA
Cardiac Fibroblast Regulation of Matrix Assembly and Inflammation
Tian, Rong
University of Washington, USA
Metabolic Modulation of Cardiac Hypertrophy
Yoshida, Masayuki
Tokyo Medical Dental University, Japan
A potential role of citrullination in atherosclerosis development: A link between high fat diet and chromic inflammation


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