Functional genomics – a new approach to understanding cardiovascular and renal dysfunction
Lessons from interleukin-deficient mice: the interleukin-1 system
Targeted proteomics in the kidney using ensembles of antibodies
Neutrophil–endothelial cell interactions during the development of tolerance to ischaemia/reperfusion in isolated cells
Adhesion molecules and atherogenesis
Nitric oxide and the role of blood pressure variability to the kidney
G protein-coupled receptor signalling in in vivo cardiac overload
Sodium transport deficiency and sodium balance in gene-targeted mice
Genetic manipulation of the renin–angiotensin system in the kidney
Dynamics of cardiac wound healing following myocardial infarction: observations in genetically altered mice
Splanchnic ischaemia–reperfusion injury: mechanistic insights provided by mutant mice
Local gene delivery to the vessel wall
Cardiac hypertrophy and failure: lessons learned from genetically engineered mice
Role of nitric oxide in inflammation
Inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS) and regulation of leucocyte/endothelial cell interactions: studies in iNOS-deficient mice
Unravelling mechanisms of action of angiotensin II on cardiorespiratory function using in vivo gene transfer
Cardioprotective actions of acute HMG-CoA reductase inhibition in the setting of myocardial infarction
Genetic manipulation of β-adrenergic signalling in heart failure
In vitro culture and characterization of gene targeted mouse endothelium
Inflammatory bowel disease: pathogenesis and targets for therapeutic interventions