heart hypertrophy

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heart hypertrophy

Electrophysiological remodeling in hypertrophy and heart failure

Alterations in calcium handling in cardiac hypertrophy and heart failure

Ca2+ currents in compensated hypertrophy and heart failure

Animal models of human cardiovascular disease, heart failure and hypertrophy

Myocardial oxygenation at high workstates in hearts with left ventricular hypertrophy

Integrin signalling: The tug-of-war in heart hypertrophy

P364Cardioprotective signaling in preconditioned and hypertrophied heart

Inotropic response of stunned hypertrophied myocardium: responsiveness of hypertrophied and normal postischemic isolated rat hearts to calcium and dopamine stimulation

7DNA methylation patterns at promoters of hypertrophy-associated genes in an engineered heart tissue model of cardiac hypertrophy

Telmisartan Reduces Mortality and Left Ventricular Hypertrophy With Sympathoinhibition in Rats with Hypertension and Heart Failure

Intracellular Na in animal models of hypertrophy and heart failure: contractile function and arrhythmogenesis

Contribution of Na+/H+ exchange to Na+ overload in the ischemic hypertrophied hyperthyroid rat heart

Pyruvate dehydrogenase and the regulation of glucose oxidation in hypertrophied rat hearts

Expression of the cardiac ryanodine receptor in the compensated phase of hypertrophy in rat heart

Regional electrophysiological effects of left ventricular hypertrophy in isolated rabbit hearts under normal and ischaemic conditions

Hypertrophy and functional alterations in hyperdynamic phospholamban-knockout mouse hearts under chronic aortic stenosis

Reduced swelling-activated Cl− current densities in hypertrophied ventricular myocytes of rabbits with heart failure*

Role of Ca2+/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase II in cardiac hypertrophy and heart failure


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An increase in the size of the heart. Heart hypertrophy may be a pathological condition resulting from the need of the heart to pump more blood due to a defect in the circulatory or respiratory systems. In athletes, however, it can be a non-pathological training effect (see athlete's heart).

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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