Published in Proteomics Weekly, August 21st, 2006
Study 1: A survey of the use of cardiomyocyte models to study preconditioning is presented with emphasis on innovative measurements that point to an increasing future role for these models in preconditioning research.
Reviewers from Canada writing in Cardiovascular Research report, "Isolated cardiomyocytes, obtained by enzymatic digestion of whole hearts, have multiple advantages, most related to their accessibility to microscopic visualization, beyond the obvious elimination of other cell types that exist in the heart. Conversely, they cannot...
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