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Publications

Accumulation of 5-oxoproline in myocardial dysfunction and the protective effects of OPLAH

Corrigendum: Parental vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy is associated with increased blood pressure in offspring via Panx1 hypermethylation(vol 311, pg H1549, 2016)

Inhibition of Interleukin-6 Receptor in a Murine Model of Myocardial Ischemia-Reperfusion

Mouse cardiac LXRalpha overexpression as a model to modulate cardiac metabolism and trigger specific fetal gene expression to ameliorate pathological hypertrophy

Parental vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy is associated with increased blood pressure in offspring via Panx1 hypermethylation

Parental vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy is associated with increased blood pressure in offspring via panx1 hypermethylation

Cardiac LXR protects against pathological cardiac hypertrophy and dysfunction by enhancing glucose uptake and utilization

Pharmacological inhibition of galectin-3 protects against hypertensive nephropathy

Cardiac Function and Architecture Are Maintained in a Model of Cardiorestricted Overexpression of the Prorenin-Renin Receptor

Atrial Remodeling Is Directly Related to End-Diastolic Left Ventricular Pressure in a Mouse Model of Ventricular Pressure Overload

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