How Old Is Your Heart?
Is Phospholamban or Troponin I the “Prima Donna” in β-Adrenergic Induced Lusitropy?
Profilin-1
ecSOD Controls the Delicate Balance of Reactive Oxygen Species in Bone Marrow and Ischemic Tissue Needed for Neovascularization
Targeting Interferon-γ to Treat Atherosclerosis
Cardiac Energy Metabolism in Obesity
Inhibition of Progression and Stabilization of Plaques by Postnatal Interferon-γ Function Blocking in ApoE-Knockout Mice
Attenuated Expression of Profilin-1 Confers Protection From Atherosclerosis in the LDL Receptor–Null Mouse
Increased Protein Nitration Burden in the Atherosclerotic Lesions and Plasma of Apolipoprotein A-I–Deficient Mice
Cardiac Transgenic and Gene Transfer Strategies Converge to Support an Important Role for Troponin I in Regulating Relaxation in Cardiac Myocytes
The Young Mouse Heart Is Composed of Myocytes Heterogeneous in Age and Function
PI3Kγ Is Required for PDE4, not PDE3, Activity in Subcellular Microdomains Containing the Sarcoplasmic Reticular Calcium ATPase in Cardiomyocytes
Essential Role of Extracellular SOD in Reparative Neovascularization Induced by Hindlimb Ischemia
Abl Silencing Inhibits CAS-Mediated Process and Constriction in Resistance Arteries
Impaired Heart Contractility in Apelin Gene–Deficient Mice Associated With Aging and Pressure Overload
Correction