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Cardiac Cell Biology

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Cardiac cell biology has come of age.
Recognition of activated or modified signaling molecules by specific antibodies, new selective inhibitors, and fluorescent fusion tags are but a few of the tools used to dissect signaling pathways and cross-talk mechanisms that may eventually allow rational drug design. Understanding the regulation of cardiac hypertrophy in all its complexity remains a fundamental goal of cardiac research. Since the advancement of adenovirally mediated gene transfer, transfection efficiency is no longer a limiting factor in the study of cardiomyocytes. A limiting factor in considering cell transplantion as a strategy to repair the damaged heart is cell availability at the right time. Cardiac gap junctions, intercellular communication channels that allow electrical and metabolic coupling and play an important role in arrhythmogenesis are now understood to be exquisite sensors of cardiac change.
The reports in this volume incLude elegant studies that made use of cutting edge technological advances and many specialized reagents to address these issues.

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Cardiac cell biology has come of age. Recognition of activated or modified signaling molecules by specific antibodies, new selective inhibitors, and fluorescent fusion tags are but a few of the tools used to dissect signaling pathways and cross-talk mechanisms that may eventually allow rational drug design. Understanding the regulation of cardiac hypertrophy in all its complexity remains a fundamental goal of cardiac research. Since the advancement of adenovirally mediated gene transfer, transfection efficiency is no longer a limiting factor in the study of cardiomyocytes. A limiting factor in considering cell transplantion as a strategy to repair the damaged heart is cell availability at the right time. Cardiac gap junctions, intercellular communication channels that allow electrical and metabolic coupling and play an important role in arrhythmogenesis are now understood to be exquisite sensors of cardiac change. The reports in this volume incLude elegant studies that made use of cutting edge technological advances and many specialized reagents to address these issues.



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Preface. Calcium Signaling. 1. Decoy calcium channel beta subunits modulate contractile function in myocytes; Q.I. Fan, et al. 2. Importance of Ca2+ influx by Na+/Ca2+ exchange under normal and sodium-loaded conditions in mammalian ventricles; H. Satoh, et al. 3. Compensated hypertrophy of cardiac ventricles in aged transgenic FVB/N mice overexpressing calsequestrin; Y. Sato, et al. 4. The myocardial protein S100A1 plays a role in the maintenance of normal gene expression in the adult heart; J.N. Tsoporis, et al. Growth, Growth Factors, Cytokines. 5. The carboxy - tail of connexin-43 localizes to the nucleus and inhibits cell growth; Xitong Dang, et al. 6. Porcine aortic endothelial cells show little effects on smooth muscle cells but are potent stimulators of cardiomyocyte growth; T. Kubin, et al. 7. Differential cytokine expression in myocytes and non-myocytes after myocardial infarction in rats; A. Deten, et al. Increased salt sensitivity secondary to leptin resistance in SHHF rats is mediated by endothelin; M.J. Radin, et al. 9. Cloning and bacterial expression of postnatal mouse heart FGF-16; D.P. Sontag, P.A. Cattini. Ischemia, Metabolism. 10. An ischemic beta-dystoglycan degradation product: correlation with irreversible injury in adult rabbit cardiomyocytes; S.C. Armstrong, et al. 11. Effects of glyburide (glibenclamide) on myocardial function in Langendorff perfused rabbit heart and on myocardial contractility and slow calcium current in guinea-pig single myocytes; S.Y. Khatib. 12. Metabolic phenotyping of the diseased rat heart using 13C-substrates and ex vivo perfusion in the working mode; G. Vincent, et al. 13. Increased glycolysis as protective adaptation of energy depleted, degenerating human hibernating myocardium; A.M. VY>ATP channels; Jiang Tian, et al.<

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Titel: Cardiac Cell Biology
Editor:
EAN: 9781402072963
ISBN: 1402072961
Format: Fester Einband
Anzahl Seiten: 204
Gewicht: 823g
Größe: H280mm x B210mm x T18mm
Jahr: 2003
Auflage: Reprinted from MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY

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