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Cardiovascular Physiology

 
 
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Disease relevance of Cardiovascular Physiology

 

High impact information on Cardiovascular Physiology

 

Biological context of Cardiovascular Physiology

 

Anatomical context of Cardiovascular Physiology

 

Associations of Cardiovascular Physiology with chemical compounds

 

Gene context of Cardiovascular Physiology

  • Besides their action in cardiovascular physiology, NPs have been described as anti-inflammatory regulators of macrophage function: they have been reported to inhibit the induction of inflammatory mediators, such as iNOS, COX-2, and TNF-alpha [19].
  • To examine the role of liver-derived IGF-I in cardiovascular physiology, liver-derived IGF-I was inactivated at 4 wk of age, resulting in a 79% reduction of serum IGF-I levels [20].
  • Although hepatic CYP have been studied extensively, the role of CYP in cardiovascular physiology and disease is poorly understood [21].
  • Thus, AT1 47 provides us with a powerful tool to selectively silence this subtype of receptor to investigate its role in cardiovascular physiology [22].
  • In contrast, genetic ablation of SR-BI has a negative effect on cardiovascular physiology in both males and females and a gender specific negative impact on female fertility [23].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Cardiovascular Physiology

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