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    1. Kastrup, J; Jorgensen, E; Drvota, V
      Vascular growth factor and gene therapy to induce new vessels in the ischemic myocardium: Therapeutic angiogenesis

      SCANDINAVIAN CARDIOVASCULAR JOURNAL
    2. Sylven, C; Sarkar, N; Ruck, A; Drvota, V; Y-Hassan, S; Lind, B; Nygren, A; Kallner, G; Blomberg, P; van der Linden, J; Lindblom, D; Brodin, LA; Islam, KB
      Myocardial Doppler tissue velocity improves following myocardial gene therapy with VEGF-A(165) plasmid in patients with inoperable angina pectoris

      CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE
    3. Sarkar, N; Ruck, A; Kallner, G; Y-Hassan, S; Blomberg, P; Islam, KB; Van Der Linden, J; Lindblom, D; Nygren, AT; Lind, B; Brodin, LA; Drvota, V; Sylven, C
      Effects of intramyocardial injection of phVEGF-A(165) as sole therapy in patients with refractory coronary artery disease - 12-month follow-up: Angiogenic gene therapy

      JOURNAL OF INTERNAL MEDICINE
    4. Sylven, C; Sarkar, N; Wardell, E; Jamsa, A; Drvota, V; Blomberg, P; Bin Islam, K
      Protein and angiogenic dose-response expression of phVEGF-A(165) gene in rat myocardium

      JOURNAL OF THROMBOSIS AND THROMBOLYSIS
    5. Hellgren, I; Drvota, V; Pieper, R; Enoksson, S; Blomberg, P; Islam, KB; Sylven, C
      Highly efficient cell-mediated gene transfer using non-viral vectors and FuGene (TM) 6: in vitro and in vivo studies

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    6. Shahrara, S; Silven, C; Drvota, V
      Subtype specific downregulation of thyroid hormone receptor mRNA by beta-adrenoreceptor blockade in the myocardium

      BIOLOGICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BULLETIN
    7. Shahrara, S; Drvota, V; Sylven, C
      Organ specific expression of thyroid hormone receptor mRNA and protein in different human tissues

      BIOLOGICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BULLETIN
    8. Shahrara, S; Drvota, V
      Thyroid hormone alpha(1) and beta(1) receptor mRNA are downregulated by amiodarone in mouse myocardium

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    9. Drvota, V; Haggblad, J; Blange, I; Magnusson, Y; Sylven, S
      The effect of amiodarone on the beta-adrenergic receptor is due to a downregulation of receptor protein and not to a receptor-ligand interaction

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    10. Shahrara, S; Tidholm, A; Drvota, V; Haggstom, J; Sylven, C
      Upregulation of thyroid hormone receptor beta(1) and beta(2) messenger RNAin the myocardium of dogs with dilated cardiomyopathy or chronic valvular disease

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF VETERINARY RESEARCH
    11. DRVOTA V; BLANGE I; HAGGBLAD J; SYLVEN C
      DESETHYLAMIODARONE PROLONGATION OF CARDIAC REPOLARIZATION IS DEPENDENT ON GENE-EXPRESSION - A NOVEL ANTIARRHYTHMIC MECHANISM

      Journal of cardiovascular pharmacology
    12. DRVOTA V
      DOWN-REGULATION OF THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR SUBTYPE MESSENGER-RNA LEVELS BY RETINOIC ACID IN CULTURED CARDIOMYOCYTES

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    13. Shahrara, S; Drvota, V; Blange, I; Torma, H; Sylven, C
      Characterization of AT-1 cardiomyocytes as a model for studies of T-3 effects on cardiac cells (vol 237, pg 303, 1997)

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    14. BLANGE I; DRVOTA V; YEN PM; SYLVEN C
      SPECIES-DIFFERENCES IN CARDIAC THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR ISOFORMS PROTEIN ABUNDANCE

      Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin
    15. BLANGE I; DRVOTA V; SYLVEN C
      SPECIES-DIFFERENCES IN CARDIAC THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR ISOFORMS PROTEIN ABUNDANCE

      The FASEB journal
    16. DRVOTA V; BLANGE I; HOGGBLAD J; SYLVAN C
      DESETHYLAMIODARONE PROLONGATION OF CARDIAC REPOLARIZATION IS DEPENDENT ON GENE-EXPRESSION - A NOVEL ANTIARRHYTHMIC MECHANISM

      Circulation
    17. SHAHRARA S; DRVOTA V; BLANGE I; TORMA H; SYLVEN C
      CHARACTERIZATION OF AT-1 CARDIOMYOCYTES AS A MODEL FOR STUDIES OF T-3EFFECTS ON CARDIAC-CELLS

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    18. DRVOTA V; CARLSSON B; HAGGBLAD J; SYLVEN C
      AMIODARONE IS A DOSE-DEPENDENT NONCOMPETITIVE AND COMPETITIVE INHIBITOR OF T3 BINDING TO THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR SUBTYPE BETA-1, WHEREAS DISOPYRAMIDE, LIGNOCAINE, PROPAFENONE, METOPROLOL, DL-SOTALOL, AND VERAPAMIL HAVE NO INHIBITORY EFFECT

      Journal of cardiovascular pharmacology
    19. DRVOTA V; BRONNEGARD M; HAGGBLAD J; SYLVEN C
      DOWN-REGULATION OF THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR SUBTYPE MESSENGER-RNA LEVELS BY AMIODARONE DURING CATECHOLAMINE STRESS IN-VITRO

      Circulation
    20. DRVOTA V; BRONNEGARD M; HAGGBLAD J; BARKHEM T; SYLVEN C
      DOWN-REGULATION OF THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR SUBTYPE MESSENGER-RNA LEVELS BY AMIODARONE DURING CATECHOLAMINE STRESS IN-VITRO

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    21. DRVOTA V; JANSON A; NORMAN C; SYLVEN C; HAGGBLAD J; BRONNEGARD M; MARCUS C
      EVIDENCE FOR THE PRESENCE OF FUNCTIONAL THYROTROPIN RECEPTOR IN CARDIAC-MUSCLE

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    22. DRVOTA V; WEI H; HAGGBLAD J; CARLSSON B; SYLVEN C
      BETA-ADRENERGIC-RECEPTOR FUNCTION IN CULTURED AT-1 CARDIOMYOCYTES

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    23. DRVOTA V; CARLSSON B; HAGGBLAD J; SYLVEN C
      AMIODARONE IS A DOSE-DEPENDENT COMPETITIVE AND NONCOMPETITIVE INHIBITOR OF T3 BINDING TO HUMAN THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR-BETA-1 WHEREAS DISOPYRAMIDE, LIGNOCAINE, PROPAFENONE, METOPROLOL, SOTALOL AND VERAPAMIL HAVE NO EFFECT

      Circulation
    24. DRVOTA V; CARLSSON B; HAGGBLAD J; SYLVEN C
      AMIODARONE IS A DOSE-DEPENDENT COMPETITIVE AND NONCOMPETITIVE INHIBITOR OF T3 BINDING TO HUMAN THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR-BETA-1 WHEREAS DISOPYRAMIDE, LIGNOCAINE, PROPAFENONE, METOPROLOL, SOTALOL AND VERAPAMIL HAVE NO EFFECT

      Circulation


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