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Citrullination of myofilament proteins in heart failure

Myofilament calcium sensitivity is decreased in skinned cardiac fibres of endotoxin-treated rabbits

Preservation of myofilament calcium responsiveness underlies protection against myocardial stunning by ischemic preconditioning1

Altered phosphorylation and Ca2+-sensitivity of myofilaments in human heart failure

Functional effects of protein kinase C-mediated myofilament phosphorylation in human myocardium

Peroxynitrite-induced cardiac depression: role of myofilament desensitization and cGMP pathway

Altered oscillatory work by ventricular myofilaments from a rabbit coronary artery ligation model of heart failure

830 Is reduced myofilament Ca2+ underlying the contractile dysfunction in chronic ischemia

441 Correction of myofilament function by beta-blocker therapy in post-infarct remodeled myocardium

P103Impact of diabetes mellitus on myofilaments phosphorylation and calcium sensitivity is aortic stenosis patients

Myofilament protein carbonylation contributes to the contractile dysfunction in the infarcted LV region of mouse hearts

Deranged myofilament phosphorylation and function in experimental heart failure with preserved ejection fraction

Differential changes in titin domain phosphorylation increase myofilament stiffness in failing human hearts

Differential vasodilation of human placental and myometrial arteries related to myofilament Ca2+-desensitization and the expression of Hsp20 but not MYPT1

Role of Ca2+ availability to myofilaments and their sensitivity to Ca2+ in myocyte contractile dysfunction in heart failure

The role of cardiac myosin binding protein-C as a regulator of myofilament Ca2+ sensitivity

121 Neuregulin-1 attenuates doxorubicin-induced degradation of myofilament structure and excitation-contraction coupling in adult cardiomyocytes


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Either of two kinds of thin, contractile, threadlike, interdigitating structures within the myofibrils of striated muscle. The so‐called thick filaments are about 15 nm in diameter and 1.6 μm in ...

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