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myocardial contractility


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myocardial contractility

Toll-like receptors and myocardial contractile dysfunction

Neurohormonal activation adrenergie cardiomyopathy and myocardial contractile reserve

Matrix metalloproteinase-2 mediates cytokine-induced myocardial contractile dysfunction

Residual compromised myocardial contractile reserve after valve replacement for aortic stenosis

Effects of cardiac resynchronization therapy on myocardial contractile reserve during exercise

Myocardial contractility does not determine the haemodynamic response during dialysis

47 Conditional neuronal nitric oxide synthase overexpression impairs myocardial contractility

180 Myocardial contrast echocardiography and quantitative analysis of videointensity after myocardial infarction: correlation between myocardial perfusion, contractile reserve and remodeling

Nitric oxide induced contractile dysfunction is related to a reduction in myocardial energy generation

Inhibition of myocardial apoptosis reduces infarct size and improves regional contractile dysfunction during reperfusion

Disproportionate enhancement of myocardial contractility by the xanthine oxidase inhibitor oxypurinol in failing rat myocardium

Vascular dysfunction and myocardial contractility in the JCR:LA-corpulent rat

Erratum to: “Vascular dysfunction and myocardial contractility in the JCR:LA-corpulent rat” [Cardiovascular Research 47 (2000) 150–158]

Post-ischemic PKC inhibition impairs myocardial calcium handling and increases contractile protein calcium sensitivity

Peroxynitrite-induced α-actinin nitration and contractile alterations in isolated human myocardial cells

Ischemia–reperfusion associated myocardial contractile dysfunction may depend on Ca2+-activated cytoskeleton protein degradation

Myocardial contractility is early affected in systemic sclerosis: A Tissue Doppler echocardiography study

977 Quantitative assessment of myocardial contractile reserve during exercise in patients with mitral valve prolapse

 

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