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Allopurinol improves myocardial reperfusion injury in a xanthine oxidase-free model
(East Carolina University, 1995-07)
The ability of allopurinol to protect against reperfusion injury in the heart has usually been attributed to its xanthine oxidase (XO)- inhibiting properties. Human myocardium how- ever, has exhibited low levels of XO ...
Amyloid-beta peptide A beta p3-42 affects early aggregation of full-length A beta 1-42
(East Carolina University, 2009-05)
The major amyloid beta (Aβ) peptides found in the brain of familial and late onset Alzheimer’s disease include the full-length Aβ1-42 and N-terminally truncated, pyroglutamylated peptides Aβp3-42 and Aβp11-42. The ...
Impact of pulmonary exposure to gold core silver nanoparticles of different size and capping agents on cardiovascular injury
Background:The uses of engineered nanomaterials have expanded in biomedical technology and consumer manufacturing. Furthermore, pulmonary exposure to various engineered nanomaterials has, likewise, demonstrated the ability ...
Coronary Artery Ligation and Intramyocardial Injection in a Murine Model of Infarction
Mouse models are a valuable tool for studying acute injury and chronic remodeling of the myocardium in vivo. With the advent of genetic modifications to the whole organism or the myocardium and an array of biological and/or ...
Expansion of cardiac ischemia/reperfusion injury after instillation of three forms of multi-walled carbon nanotubes
Background The exceptional physical-chemical properties of carbon nanotubes have lead to their use in diverse commercial and biomedical applications. However, their utilization has raised concerns about human exposure ...
Circadian influences on myocardial infarction
Components of circadian rhythm maintenance, or “clock genes,” are endogenous entrainable oscillations of about 24 h that regulate biological processes and are found in the suprachaismatic nucleus (SCN) and many peripheral ...