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    1. HARRIS P
      WHY ASTERISK-ASTERISK-NICE - FAREWELL TO CARDIOSCIENCE

      Cardioscience
    2. SCHAPER W
      EXERCISES IN (COL)LATERAL THINKING

      Cardioscience
    3. ANVERSA P; ZHANG X; LI P; OLIVETTI G; CHENG W; REISS K; SONNENBLICK EH; KAJSTURA J
      VENTRICULAR REMODELING IN GLOBAL-ISCHEMIA

      Cardioscience
    4. OLIVETTI G; QUAINI F; LAGRASTA C; CIGOLA E; RICCI R; MAESTRI R; ANVERSA P
      CELLULAR BASIS OF VENTRICULAR REMODELING AFTER MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION IN RATS

      Cardioscience
    5. BORDONI A; HRELIA S; CABONI MF; LERCKER G; BIAGI PL
      INCORPORATION OF CHOLESTEROL OXIDATION-PRODUCTS INTO CELL LIPIDS AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON THE PROLIFERATION OF CULTURED CARDIOMYOCYTES

      Cardioscience
    6. TWEEDIE D; HENDERSON CG; KANE KA
      ASSESSMENT OF SUBRENAL BANDING OF THE ABDOMINAL-AORTA AS A METHOD OF INDUCING CARDIAC-HYPERTROPHY IN THE GUINEA-PIG

      Cardioscience
    7. VACCA G; BATTAGLIA A; CHIORBOLI E; GROSSINI E; PAPILLO B
      THE EFFECTS OF DISTENSION OF THE STOMACH AND THE DESCENDING COLON ON PHASIC CORONARY BLOOD-FLOW IN THE ANESTHETIZED PIG

      Cardioscience
    8. IRLBECK M; ZIMMER HG
      THE FUNCTIONAL AND METABOLIC RESPONSES OF THE HEART TO CATECHOLAMINESARE ATTENUATED IN DIABETIC RATS

      Cardioscience
    9. RIVA E; KUROSAKI M; PORZIO S; LATINI R; LAGRASTA C; OLIVETTI G
      EFFECTS OF AN EARLY TREATMENT WITH LISINOPRIL AND ISOSORBIDE-5-MONONITRATE ON HEMODYNAMICS AND LATE VENTRICULAR REMODELING IN RATS WITH 9-WEEK MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION

      Cardioscience
    10. UDVARY E; MESTER J; VEGH A; PAPP JG; SZEKERES L
      LEFT-VENTRICULAR DYSFUNCTION INDUCED BY OCCLUSION OF CORONARY-ARTERIES IN CONSCIOUS DOGS

      Cardioscience
    11. HASSALL CJS; JAMES S; BURNSTOCK G
      A SUBPOPULATION OF INTRACARDIAC NEURONS FROM THE GUINEA-PIG HEART EXPRESSES SUBSTANCE-P BINDING-SITES

      Cardioscience
    12. KATZ AM
      DISCOVERY OF THE MYOFIBRILLAR REGULATORY PROTEINS - TROPOMYOSIN AND THE TROPONIN COMPLEX

      Cardioscience
    13. LOSANO G; GATTULLO D; PAGLIARO P
      PROPERTIES OF THE MYOCARDIUM AFFECTING THE CORONARY CIRCULATION

      Cardioscience
    14. FILOGAMO G; PEIRONE S
      ONTOGENY OF THE STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS OF THE HEART

      Cardioscience
    15. KAPELKO VI; KHATKEVICH AN
      DEPENDENCE OF THE CARDIAC CONTRACTILE-FORCE ON THE CORONARY PERFUSION-PRESSURE - DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE ISOVOLUMIC HEARTS OF RAT AND GUINEA-PIG

      Cardioscience
    16. SU Z; LING Q; GUO ZG
      EFFECTS OF LYSOPHOSPHATIDYLCHOLINE ON BOVINE AORTIC ENDOTHELIAL-CELLSIN CULTURE

      Cardioscience
    17. COTTIN Y; MAUPOIL V; MEZERAY C; ROCHETTE I
      MAGNETIC-RESONANCE RELAXATION-TIMES IN VENTRICULAR HYPERTROPHY INDUCED BY MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION IN THE RAT

      Cardioscience
    18. ZIMMER HG; KOLBECKRUHMKORFF C; ZIERHUT W
      CARDIAC-HYPERTROPHY INDUCED BY ALPHA-ADRENERGIC AND BETA-ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR STIMULATION

      Cardioscience
    19. CEVESE A; SCHENA F; POLTRONIERI R; CERUTTI G
      SHORT-TERM EFFECTS OF INTRAARTERIAL PROPIONYL-L-CARNITINE ON ISOLATEDCANINE HIND-LIMBS

      Cardioscience
    20. CUMMING DVE; SEYMOUR AML; RIX LK; KELLETT R; DHOOT GK; YACOUB MH; BARTON PJR
      TROPONIN-I AND T-PROTEIN EXPRESSION IN EXPERIMENTAL CARDIAC-HYPERTROPHY

      Cardioscience
    21. FOURNIER A; FANTINI E; SERGIEL JP; ATHIAS P; GRYNBERG A
      INFLUENCE OF THE PHOSPHOLIPID CONTENT IN DOCOSAHEXAENOIC ACID ON ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY AND CONTRACTION OF RAT-HEART MUSCLE-CELLS

      Cardioscience
    22. XIANG H
      COMPARATIVE ASPECTS OF THE ROLE OF NEUROPEPTIDE-Y IN THE REGULATION OF THE VERTEBRATE HEART

      Cardioscience
    23. CERRA MC
      CARDIAC DISTRIBUTION OF THE BINDING-SITES FOR NATRIURETIC PEPTIDES INVERTEBRATES

      Cardioscience
    24. LINDEN RJ
      THE SIZE OF THE HEART

      Cardioscience
    25. FRANZ WM; BREM G; KATUS HA; KLINGEL K; HOFSCHNEIDER PH; KANDOLF R
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A CARDIAC-SELECTIVE AND DEVELOPMENTALLY UP-REGULATED PROMOTER IN TRANSGENIC MICE

      Cardioscience
    26. MUNOZCHAPULI R; MACIAS D; RAMOS C; DEANDRES V; GALLEGO A; NAVARRO P
      CARDIAC DEVELOPMENT IN THE DOGFISH (SCYLIORHINUS-CANICULA) - A MODEL FOR THE STUDY OF VERTEBRATE CARDIOGENESIS

      Cardioscience
    27. HACKER TA; RENSTROM B; PAULSON D; LIEDTKE AJ; STANLEY WC
      ISCHEMIA PRODUCES AN INCREASE IN AMMONIA OUTPUT IN SWINE MYOCARDIUM

      Cardioscience
    28. VACCA G; CHIORBOLI E; GROSSINI E; PAPILLO B
      THE EFFECT OF DISTENSION OF THE STOMACH ON PLASMA-RENIN ACTIVITY IN THE ANESTHETIZED PIG

      Cardioscience
    29. VANDERLEE C; HUIZER T; JANSSEN M; TAVENIER M; STASSEN EJ; ARAD M; DEJONG JW
      ADENOSINE, ADDED TO ST-THOMAS-HOSPITAL CARDIOPLEGIC SOLUTION, IMPROVES FUNCTIONAL RECOVERY AND REDUCES IRREVERSIBLE MYOCARDIAL DAMAGE

      Cardioscience
    30. ILIODROMITIS EK; KREMASTINOS DT; BOURIS I; PAPADOPOULOS C; PARASKEVAIDIS IA; YELLON DM
      THE REINTRODUCTION OF ISCHEMIC PRECONDITIONING IS ABLE TO PROTECT MYOCARDIUM AFTER REPEATED LONG REPERFUSION INTERVALS

      Cardioscience
    31. WESTERHOF N
      HEART PERIOD IS PROPORTIONAL TO BODY LENGTH

      Cardioscience
    32. BRAUNWALD E
      MYOCARDIAL-ISCHEMIA, INFARCTION, AND FAILURE - AN ODYSSEY

      Cardioscience
    33. AGNISOLA C; TOTA B
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE FISH CARDIAC VENTRICLE - FLEXIBILITY AND LIMITATIONS

      Cardioscience
    34. FRANKLIN CE; AXELSSON M
      CORONARY HEMODYNAMICS IN ELASMOBRANCHS AND TELEOSTS

      Cardioscience
    35. NILSSON S
      THE CROCODILIAN HEART AND CENTRAL HEMODYNAMICS

      Cardioscience
    36. RANDALL DJ
      CARDIORESPIRATORY MODELING IN FISHES AND THE CONSEQUENCES OF THE EVOLUTION OF AIR-BREATHING

      Cardioscience
    37. TAYLOR EW
      THE EVOLUTION OF EFFERENT VAGAL CONTROL OF THE HEART IN VERTEBRATES

      Cardioscience
    38. BURGGREN WW; WARBURTON SJ
      PATTERNS OF FORM AND FUNCTION IN DEVELOPING HEARTS - CONTRIBUTIONS FROM NONMAMMALIAN VERTEBRATES

      Cardioscience
    39. HULSMANN WC; PESCHECHERA A; SCHNEIJDENBERG CTWM; VERKLEIJ AJ
      COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTS OF CARNITINE PALMITOYLTRANSFERASE-1 AND PALMITOYLTRANSFERASE-2 INHIBITORS ON RAT-HEART HYPERTROPHY

      Cardioscience
    40. CHU GX; LING Q; GUO ZG
      ENDOCARDIAL ENDOTHELIUM SELECTIVELY MODIFIES RELAXATION IN RAT PAPILLARY-MUSCLE

      Cardioscience
    41. GERDES AM; LIU Z; ZIMMER HG
      CHANGES IN NUCLEAR SIZE OF CARDIAC MYOCYTES DURING THE DEVELOPMENT AND PROGRESSION OF HYPERTROPHY IN RATS

      Cardioscience
    42. GERDES AM
      TRANSVERSE SHAPE CHARACTERISTICS OF CARDIAC MYOCYTES FROM RATS AND HUMANS (VOL 5, PG 33, 1994)

      Cardioscience
    43. BING RJ
      TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS OF CARDIAC METABOLISM - THE BEGINNING

      Cardioscience
    44. HULSMANN WC; PESCHECHERA A; ARRIGONIMARTELLI E
      CARNITINE AND CARDIAC INTERSTITIUM

      Cardioscience
    45. MOOLMAN JA; GENADE S; WINTERBACH R; LOCHNER A
      PRECONDITIONING WITH HYPOXIA VERSUS GLOBAL-ISCHEMIA IN THE ISOLATED RAT-HEART - EFFECT ON FUNCTION AND METABOLISM

      Cardioscience
    46. ATIONU A; HASSALL C; MOULES E; PATTON M; SINGER DRJ; BURNSTOCK G; CARTER ND
      SECRETION OF ATRIAL AND BRAIN NATRIURETIC PEPTIDES FROM HUMAN CARDIACATRIAL EXPLANTS IN CULTURE - EFFECT OF DYNORPHIN

      Cardioscience
    47. VERLATO G; POLTRONIERI R
      USEFULNESS AND LIMITATIONS OF THE POSITIVE PROTOSYSTOLIC PEAK OF CORONARY ARTERIAL BLOOD-FLOW AS AN INDEX OF EPICARDIAL ARTERIAL COMPLIANCE

      Cardioscience
    48. MCINTOSH MA; HICKS MN; KANE KA; RANKIN AC; COBBE SM
      A CHARACTERIZED MODEL OF LEFT-VENTRICULAR HYPERTROPHY IN THE RABBIT

      Cardioscience
    49. CANEPARI M; CAPPELLI V; MONTI E; PARACCHINI L; REGGIANI C
      DELAYED DOXORUBICIN CARDIOMYOPATHY IN THE RAT - POSSIBLE ROLE OF REDUCED FOOD-INTAKE

      Cardioscience
    50. TUKKIE R; GRUNDEMAN PF; DEJONG JW; KLOPPER PJ
      MECHANICAL AND METABOLIC RESPONSES TO EXTRACORPOREAL REGIONAL HYPOPERFUSION OF THE PORCINE HEART

      Cardioscience
    51. KRIETER H; BAUER SF; SCHWARZ K; VANACKERN K; BRUCKNER UB; RUEGG JC
      INFUSION OF OXIDIZED GLUTATHIONE ENHANCES POSTISCHEMIC SEGMENT-SHORTENING IN DOG HEARTS

      Cardioscience
    52. SCHOLZ D; DIENER W; SCHAPER J
      ALTERED NUCLEUS CYTOPLASM RELATIONSHIP AND DEGENERATIVE STRUCTURAL-CHANGES IN HUMAN DILATED CARDIOMYOPATHY

      Cardioscience
    53. HARRIS P
      A NEW SERIES OF ARTICLES MARKS THE ARRIVAL OF THE 5TH VOLUME OF CARDIOSCIENCE

      Cardioscience
    54. HEATH D
      ON THE TRAIL OF THE CAROTID-BODY

      Cardioscience
    55. PARRATT J; VEGH A
      PRONOUNCED ANTIARRHYTHMIC EFFECTS OF ISCHEMIC PRECONDITIONING

      Cardioscience
    56. JAKAB G; KISS E; KRANIAS EG; EDES I
      EFFECT OF THYROID STATUS ON BASAL PHOSPHORYLATION OF CARDIAC MYOFIBRILLAR PHOSPHOPROTEINS IN RATS

      Cardioscience
    57. ORANI GP; DECANDIA M
      ROLE OF THE HEART AND PERIPHERAL RESISTANCE IN THE REFLEX EFFECT OF GROUP-I AFFERENT-FIBERS ON BLOOD-PRESSURE

      Cardioscience
    58. GERDES AM; KELLERMAN SE; MALEC KB; SCHOCKEN DD
      TRANSVERSE SHAPE CHARACTERISTICS OF CARDIAC MYOCYTES FROM RATS AND HUMANS

      Cardioscience
    59. HEATH D; SMITH P
      THE CAROTID-BODIES ENLARGE IN SOME CASES OF CIRRHOSIS OF THE LIVER

      Cardioscience
    60. MACCHIARELLI G; DIDIO LJA; ALLEN DJ; STOLF NG; PEGOFERNANDES P; MOTTA PM
      SCANNING ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY STUDY OF ENDOCARDIAL REGENERATION IN BOVINE PERICARDIAL PATCH-GRAFTS IMPLANTED IN THE CANINE HEART

      Cardioscience
    61. SU Z; LI YJ; YAN XD; CHEN X
      PROSTACYCLIN ANALOG (CICAPROST) PROTECTS AGAINST DAMAGE BY HYDROGEN-PEROXIDE TO RABBIT CARDIAC SARCOPLASMIC-RETICULUM

      Cardioscience
    62. ZIMMER HG
      EFFECTS OF MAGNESIUM OROTATE ON RAT-HEART FUNCTION

      Cardioscience
    63. CUMMING DVE
      METABOLIC ANALYSIS OF LATISSIMUS-DORSI COUPLED TO A MOCK CIRCULATION,(VOL 4, PG 253, 1993)

      Cardioscience
    64. KATZ AM
      METABOLISM OF THE FAILING HEART

      Cardioscience
    65. COETZEE IH; LOCHNER A
      FREE-RADICAL EFFECTS ON MYOCARDIAL MEMBRANE MICROVISCOSITY

      Cardioscience
    66. FORT S; LEWIS MJ; SHAH AM
      THE ROLE OF ENDOCARDIAL ENDOTHELIUM IN THE MODULATION OF MYOCARDIAL-CONTRACTION IN THE ISOLATED WHOLE HEART

      Cardioscience
    67. ONDREJICKOVA O; ZIEGELHOEFFER A; GABAUER I; SOTNIKOVA R; STYK J; GIBALA P; SEDLAK J; HORAKOVA L
      EVALUATION OF ISCHEMIA-REPERFUSION INJURY BY MALONDIALDEHYDE, GLUTATHIONE AND GAMMA-GLUTAMYL-TRANSPEPTIDASE - LACK OF SPECIFIC LOCAL-EFFECTS IN DIVERSE PARTS OF THE DOG HEART FOLLOWING ACUTE CORONARY-OCCLUSION

      Cardioscience
    68. TOZZICIANCARELLI MG; DIMASSIMO C; MASCIOLI A; TOZZI E; GALLO P; FEDELE F; DAGIANTI A
      RHEOLOGICAL FEATURES OF ERYTHROCYTES IN ACUTE MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION

      Cardioscience
    69. SMOLENSKI RT; SIMMONDS HA; GARLICK PB; VENN GE; CHAMBERS DJ
      DEPRESSED ADENOSINE AND TOTAL PURINE CATABOLITE PRODUCTION IN THE POSTISCHEMIC RAT-HEART

      Cardioscience
    70. SAKANASHI M; NOGUCHI K; MATSUZAKI T; OJIRI Y; NAKASONE J; ITOMINE T; HIGUCHI M; SHIROMA N
      EFFECTS OF PILSICAINIDE ON SYSTEMIC HEMODYNAMICS AND CARDIAC-FUNCTIONOF ANESTHETIZED DOGS

      Cardioscience
    71. CUMMING DVE; SEYMOUR AML; BOWLES CT; NISHIMURA K; KALSI K; PRITCHARD RD; PATTISON CW; PEPPER JR; YACOUB MH; SHAH SS
      METABOLIC ANALYSIS OF LATISSIMUS-DORSI COUPLED TO A MOCK CIRCULATION

      Cardioscience
    72. JAKAB G; KISS E; KRANIAS EG; EDES I
      EFFECT OF THYROID STATUS ON PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOLS IN RAT-HEART

      Cardioscience
    73. WALKER DM; WALKER JM; YELLON DM
      GLOBAL MYOCARDIAL-ISCHEMIA PROTECTS THE MYOCARDIUM FROM SUBSEQUENT REGIONAL ISCHEMIA

      Cardioscience
    74. LAMERS JMJ; DEJONGE HW; PANAGIA V; VANHEUGTEN HAA
      RECEPTOR-MEDIATED SIGNALING PATHWAYS ACTING THROUGH HYDROLYSIS OF MEMBRANE PHOSPHOLIPIDS IN CARDIOMYOCYTES

      Cardioscience
    75. BRESSLER R; GOLDMAN S
      A ROLE OF FATTY-ACID OXIDATION IN CARDIAC-HYPERTROPHY

      Cardioscience
    76. SMITH P; SCRAGGS M; HEATH D
      THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NERVE NETWORK IN THE FETAL HUMAN CAROTID-BODY AND ITS SUBSEQUENT FUNCTION IN CARDIAC DISEASE

      Cardioscience
    77. ZIEGELHOEFFER A; WILLSHAHAB L; RAVINGEROVA T; KUETTNER I
      DILTIAZEM PREVENTS THE DEPRESSION OF ADENYLYL-CYCLASE ACTIVITY-INDUCED BY THE CALCIUM PARADOX IN RAT

      Cardioscience
    78. ZIMMER HG; HECKMANN M; LORTET S
      CARDIOVASCULAR-RESPONSE TO TRIIODOTHYRONINE IN SPRAGUE-DAWLEY AND SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Cardioscience
    79. ALKHULAIFI AM; PUGSLEY WB; YELLON DM
      THE INFLUENCE OF THE TIME PERIOD BETWEEN PRECONDITIONING ISCHEMIA ANDPROLONGED ISCHEMIA ON MYOCARDIAL PROTECTION

      Cardioscience
    80. KUMAR V; ANAND IS; GANGULY NK
      ACTION OF OXYGEN-FREE RADICAL SCAVENGERS AND INHIBITORS ON THE CHEMILUMINESCENCE RESPONSE OF MONOCYTES AND NEUTROPHILS IN RHEUMATIC-FEVER

      Cardioscience
    81. NARO F; FAZZINI A; GRAPPONE C; CITRO G; DINI G; GIOTTI A; MALATESTA F; FRANCONI F; BRUNORI M
      RELEASE OF CYTOCHROMES FROM HYPOXIC AND REOXYGENATED GUINEA-PIG HEART

      Cardioscience
    82. DELMONTE F; MYNETT JR; SUGDEN PH; POOLEWILSON PA; HARDING SE
      SUBCELLULAR MECHANISM OF THE SPECIES-DIFFERENCE IN THE CONTRACTILE RESPONSE OF VENTRICULAR MYOCYTES TO ENDOTHELIN-1

      Cardioscience
    83. AMRANI M; ALLEN NJ; OSHEA J; CORBETT J; DUNN MJ; TADJKARIMI S; THEODOROPOULOS S; PEPPER J; YACOUB MH
      ROLE OF CATALASE AND HEAT-SHOCK PROTEIN ON RECOVERY OF CARDIAC ENDOTHELIAL AND MECHANICAL FUNCTION AFTER ISCHEMIA

      Cardioscience
    84. ANVERSA P; OLIVETTI G; LI P; HERMAN MV; CAPASSO JM
      MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION, CARDIAC ANATOMY AND VENTRICULAR LOADING

      Cardioscience
    85. CHIARIELLO M; PERRONEFILARDI P; AMBROSIO G
      HIBERNATING AND STUNNED MYOCARDIUM

      Cardioscience
    86. KESSLERICEKSON G; SCHLESINGER H; LEGER J; LEGER JJ; FELZEN B; MAGER S; BINAH O
      DEVELOPMENT CHANGES IN THE MYOSIN COMPOSITION OF GUINEA-PIG VENTRICULAR MUSCLE - RELATION TO THYROID STATE AND MECHANICAL-PROPERTIES

      Cardioscience
    87. CHIAVEGATO A; GIURIATO L; SCATENA M; SARTORE S
      HETEROGENEITY OF SMOOTH-MUSCLE IN BOVINE CORONARY-ARTERIES

      Cardioscience
    88. RIVA E; HEARSE DJ
      AGE-DEPENDENT CHANGES IN MYOCARDIAL SUSCEPTIBILITY TO ISCHEMIC-INJURY

      Cardioscience
    89. GUERRIERI F; CAPOZZA G; FRATELLO A; ZANOTTI F; PAPA S
      FUNCTIONAL AND MOLECULAR-CHANGES IN F(O)F(1) ATP-SYNTHASE OF CARDIAC-MUSCLE DURING AGING

      Cardioscience
    90. KAIJSER L; BERGLUND B
      CORONARY HEMODYNAMICS DURING ISOMETRIC HANDGRIP AND ATRIAL-PACING IN PATIENTS WITH ANGINA-PECTORIS COMPARED TO HEALTHY-MEN

      Cardioscience
    91. PIGNATTI C; TANTINI B; ZANFANTI ML; SACCHI P; CLO C
      INFLUENCE OF MG2-VITRO RESPONSIVENESS OF ADENYLATE-CYCLASE FROM HEARTS OF AGING RATS( ON THE IN)

      Cardioscience
    92. NANASI PP; VARRO A; LATHROP DA
      ISOLATION OF HUMAN VENTRICULAR AND ATRIAL CARDIOMYOCYTES - TECHNICAL NOTE

      Cardioscience
    93. GUARNIERI C; MUSCARI C; FINELLI C; CALDARERA CM
      AGE-RELATED-CHANGES IN CARDIAC MITOCHONDRIAL ENERGETICS UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF CALCIUM IN RAT

      Cardioscience


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