Professor Sam Sideman : A Tribute
Introduction to Analysis of Cardiac Development : From Embryo to Old Age
The integrative aspects of cardiac physiology and their implications for cell-based therapy
The formation of the embryonic mouse heart
The effect of mechanical loads in the differentiation of precursor cells into mature cells
Cell and gene therapy strategies for the treatment of postmyocardial infarction ventricular arrhythmias
PI3K kinase and scaffold functions in heart
Vascularization shaping the heart
Inhibition of ROCK improves survival of human embryonic stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes after dissociation
Molecular mechanisms in evolutionary cardiology failure
Human embryonic stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes can mobilize 1,4,5-inositol trisphosphate-operated [Ca2+]i stores
Atrial-selective sodium channel block as a novel strategy for the management of atrial fibrillation
The involvement of ZnT-1, a new modulator of cardiac L-type calcium channels, in remodeling atrial tachycardia
Extracellular signal-regulated kinase 1/2 (ERK1/2) signaling in cardiac hypertrophy
The role of mechanical forces in the torsional component of cardiac looping
Multiscale modeling of metabolism, flows, and exchanges in heterogeneous organs
Cardiac myocyte force development during differentiation and maturation
Increase in endocardial rotation during doxorubicin treatment
Matching ATP supply and demand in mammalian heart
The dynamics of fibroblast-myocyte-capillary interactions in the heart
L-type calcium channel as a cardiac oxygen sensor
Epigenetics in heart failure
Nonuniform activation and the mechanics of myocardial trabeculae with fast or slow myosin
Developmental basis of adult cardiovascular diseases
Notch and cardiac outflow tract development
Return to the fetal gene program
Heat acclimation-mediated cross-tolerance in cardioprotection
Navigation within the heart and vessels in clinical practice
Noninvasive imaging of cardiac electrophysiology and arrhythmia
Theory of cardiac sarcomere contraction and the adaptive control of cardiac function to changes in demands
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