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Ca2+ Leak in Atrial Fibrillation

Hill, Joseph A.; Diwan, Abhinav

Journal of the American College of Cardiology. Volume 62:Number 21 (2013); pp 2020-2022 -- Elsevier Science

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DISRUPTION OF MYOCARDIAL METABOLISM IN MULTIPLE GENERATIONS OF MICE INDUCED BY MATERNAL NUTRIENT OVERLOAD

Ferey, Jeremie; Diwan, Abhinav; Moley, Kelle H.

Journal of the American College of Cardiology. Volume 73:Number S1 (2019, March 12th); pp 3066- -- Elsevier Science

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Enhancing lysosome biogenesis attenuates BNIP3-induced cardiomyocyte death

Ma, Xiucui et al.

Autophagy -- Taylor & Francis -- Volume: 8 Issue: 3; (pages 297-309) -- 2012

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IMPAIRED AUTOPHAGIC FLUX CONTRIBUTES TO THE ACCUMULATION OF UBIQUITINATED PROTEINS IN A MOUSE MODEL OF HEART FAILURE

Hartupee, Justin et al.

Journal of the American College of Cardiology. Volume 69:Issue 11 (2017) Supplement; pp 872- -- Elsevier Science

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Inhibition of mTOR reduces lipotoxic cell death in primary macrophages through an autophagy‐independent mechanism

He, Li et al.

Journal of leukocyte biology. Volume 100:Issue 5 (2016); pp 1113-1124 -- On behalf of the Society for Leukocyte Biology (SLB) by Wiley Subscription Services, Inc., a Wiley Company

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Impaired Protein Quality Control During Left Ventricular Remodeling in Mice With Cardiac Restricted Overexpression of Tumor Necrosis Factor

Hartupee, Justin et al.

Circulation. Heart failure. Volume 10:Number 12 (2017) -- Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

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Efficacy of two rotary retreatment systems in removing Gutta-percha and sealer during endodontic retreatment with or without solvent: A comparative in vitro study

Bhagavaldas, Moushmi et al.

Journal of conservative dentistry. Volume 20:Number 1 (2017, January 1st); pp 12-16 -- Federation of Operative Dentistry

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Autophagy is impaired in cardiac ischemia-reperfusion injury

Ma, Xiucui et al.

Autophagy -- Taylor & Francis -- Volume: 8 Issue: 9; (pages 1394-1396) -- 2012

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Clinical evaluation of biodentine: Its efficacy in the management of deep dental caries

Kusumvalli, S

Indian journal of dental research: official publication of Indian Society for Dental Research. Volume 30:Number 2 (2019, March 1st); pp 191-195 -- The Society

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Tumor Necrosis Factor Receptor–Associated Factor 2 Mediates Mitochondrial Autophagy

Yang, Kai-Chun et al.

Circulation. Heart failure. Volume 8:Number 1 (2015, January); pp 175-187 -- Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

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