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    1. Ferrari, R
      Pathophysiological vs biochemical ischaemia: a key to transition from reversible to irreversible damage

      EUROPEAN HEART JOURNAL SUPPLEMENTS
    2. Ramasamy, R; Hwang, YYC; Whang, J; Bergmann, SR
      Protection of ischemic hearts by high glucose is mediated, in part, by GLUT-4

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    3. Askenasy, N
      Glycolysis protects sarcolemmal membrane integrity during total ischemia in the rat heart

      BASIC RESEARCH IN CARDIOLOGY
    4. Richter, WS; Fischer, S; Ernst, N; Munz, DL
      Extraction of long-chain fatty acids in isolated rat heart during acute low-flow ischemia

      JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MEDICINE
    5. Van Hoogmoed, LM; Snyder, JR; Nieto, J; Harmon, FA
      In vitro evaluation of a customized solution for use in attenuating effects of ischemia and reperfusion in the equine small intestine

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF VETERINARY RESEARCH
    6. Bailey, SM; Reinke, LA
      Antioxidants and gadolinium chloride attenuate hepatic parenchymal and endothelial cell injury induced by low flow ischemia and reperfusion in perfused rat livers

      FREE RADICAL RESEARCH
    7. Salaris, SC; Ramasamy, R; Bergmann, SR
      Fructose-2,6-bisphosphate, a potent stimulator of phosphofructokinase, is increased by high exogenous glucose perfusion

      CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE
    8. Kupriyanov, VV; Dai, G; Shaw, RA; Sun, J; Jilkina, O; Luo, Z; Mantsch, H; Deslauriers, R
      Noninvasive assessment of cardiac ischemic injury using Rb-87 and Na-23 MRimaging, P-31 MR, and optical spectroscopy

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN MEDICINE
    9. Kupriyanov, VV; Xiang, B; Sun, J; Jilkina, O; Dai, G; Deslauriers, R
      Effects of ischemia on intracellular rubidium in pig and rat hearts: Rb-87NMR imaging and spectroscopic study

      MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN MEDICINE
    10. Schulz, R; Heusch, G
      Myocardial hibernation - adaptation to ischemia

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR KARDIOLOGIE
    11. Korbmacher, B; Schmidt, T; Schwanke, U; Schulz, R; Heusch, G; Schipke, JD
      Does ischemic preconditioning require reperfusion before index ischemia?

      THORACIC AND CARDIOVASCULAR SURGEON
    12. van Hoogmoed, L; Snyder, JR; Pascoe, JR; Olander, H
      Use of pelvic flexure biopsies to predict survival after large colon torsion in horses

      VETERINARY SURGERY
    13. Askenasy, N
      Sensitivity of mechanical and metabolic functions to changes in coronary perfusion: A metabolic basis of perfusion-contraction coupling

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY
    14. Sommerschild, HT; Grund, F; Offstad, J; Ilebekk, A; Kirkeboen, KA
      Importance of heart rate for acute hibernation in isolated blood-perfused piglet hearts

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR SURGERY
    15. Van Hoogmoed, LM; Smyder, JR; Nieto, JE; Vatistas, NJ; Harmon, FA
      Use of an extracorporeal circuit to evaluate effects of ischemia and reperfusion of the equine large colon

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF VETERINARY RESEARCH
    16. Sommerschild, HT; Kirkeboen, KA
      Adenosine and cardioprotection during ischaemia and reperfusion - an overview

      ACTA ANAESTHESIOLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    17. Apstein, CS; Opie, LH
      Glucose-insulin-potassium (GIK) for acute myocardial infarction: A negative study with a positive value

      CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS AND THERAPY
    18. Brasch, F; Neckel, M; Volkmann, R; Schmidt, G; Hellige, G; Vetterlein, F
      Mapping of capillary flow, cellular redox state, and resting membrane potential in hypoperfused rat myocardium

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    19. Samaja, M; Allibardi, S; Chierchia, SL
      Biochemical consequences of electrical pacing in ischemic-reperfused isolated rat hearts

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    20. Halow, JM; Figueredo, VM; Shames, DM; Camacho, SA; Baker, AJ
      Role of slowed Ca2+ transient decline in slowed relaxation during myocardial ischemia

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY
    21. Kupriyanov, VV; Xiang, B; Kuzio, B; Deslauriers, R
      The effects of low-flow ischemia on K+ fluxes in isolated rat hearts assessed by Rb-87 NMR

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY
    22. Sommerschild, HT; Lunde, PK; Deindl, E; Jynge, P; Ilebekk, A; Kirkeboen, KA
      Elevated levels of endogenous adenosine alter metabolism and enhance reduction in contractile function during low-flow ischemia: Associated changes in expression of Ca2+-ATPase and phospholamban

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY
    23. Depre, C; Vanoverschelde, JLJ; Taegtmeyer, H
      Glucose for the heart

      CIRCULATION
    24. Bernareggi, M; Radice, S; Rossoni, G; Oriani, G; Chiesara, E; Berti, F
      Hyperbaric oxygen increases plasma exudation in rat trachea: involvement of nitric oxide

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    25. Allibardi, S; Chierchia, SL; Margonato, V; Merati, G; Neri, G; Dell'Antonio, G; Samaja, M
      Effects of trimetazidine on metabolic and functional recovery of postischemic rat hearts

      CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS AND THERAPY
    26. HEUSCH G; SCHULZ R
      FEATURES OF SHORT-TERM MYOCARDIAL HIBERNATION

      Molecular and cellular biochemistry
    27. KING LM; OPIE LH
      GLUCOSE AND GLYCOGEN UTILIZATION IN MYOCARDIAL-ISCHEMIA - CHANGES IN METABOLISM AND CONSEQUENCES FOR THE MYOCYTE

      Molecular and cellular biochemistry
    28. VENUGOPALAN CS; MOORE RM; HOLMES EP; SEDRISH SA; KOCH CE
      BIPHASIC RESPONSES OF EQUINE COLONIC VESSEL RINGS TO VASOACTIVE INFLAMMATORY MEDIATORS

      Journal of autonomic pharmacology
    29. DOUWES RA; VANDERKOLK JH
      THE USE OF DIMETHYL-SULFOXIDE IN THE HORS E - A REVIEW

      Tijdschrift voor diergeneeskunde
    30. HEUSCH G
      HIBERNATING MYOCARDIUM

      Physiological reviews
    31. VERDOUW PD; VANDENDOEL MA; DEZEEUW S; DUNCKER DJ
      ANIMAL-MODELS IN THE STUDY OF MYOCARDIAL-ISCHEMIA AND ISCHEMIC SYNDROMES

      Cardiovascular Research
    32. KOOREMAN K; BABBS C; FESSLER J
      EFFECT OF ISCHEMIA AND REPERFUSION ON OXIDATIVE PROCESSES IN THE LARGE COLON AND JEJUNUM OF HORSES

      American journal of veterinary research
    33. INOUE OJ; FREEMAN DE; WALLIG M
      EFFECTS OF HYPOCHLOROUS ACID AND ASCORBIC-ACID ON CONDUCTANCE, PERMEABILITY, AND STRUCTURE OF EQUINE COLONIC MUCOSA IN-VITRO

      American journal of veterinary research
    34. TAEGTMEYER H; KING LM; JONES BE
      ENERGY SUBSTRATE METABOLISM, MYOCARDIAL-ISCHEMIA, AND TARGETS FOR PHARMACOTHERAPY

      The American journal of cardiology
    35. LONGO WE
      THE ENIGMA OF ISCHEMIC COLITIS FOLLOWING CARDIOVASCULAR-SURGERY

      The Italian Journal of Gastroenterology
    36. WU YM; CLUSIN WT
      CALCIUM TRANSIENT ALTERNANS IN BLOOD-PERFUSED ISCHEMIC HEARTS - OBSERVATIONS WITH FLUORESCENT INDICATOR FURA RED

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    37. OPIE LH; HESSE B
      RADIONUCLIDE TRACERS IN THE EVALUATION OF RESTING MYOCARDIAL-ISCHEMIAAND VIABILITY

      European journal of nuclear medicine
    38. VANBINSBERGEN XA; VANECHTELD CJA; FERRARI R; RUIGROK TJC
      SOME TRIGGERING MECHANISM, IN ADDITION TO PERFUSION-CONTRACTION MATCHING, MAY BE ESSENTIAL TO INITIATE HIBERNATION

      Basic research in cardiology
    39. MCANULTY JF; STONE WC; DARIEN BJ
      THE EFFECTS OF ISCHEMIA AND REPERFUSION ON MUCOSAL RESPIRATORY-FUNCTION, ADENOSINE-TRIPHOSPHATE, ELECTROLYTE, AND WATER-CONTENT IN THE ASCENDING COLON OF PONIES

      Veterinary surgery
    40. ASKENASY N; NAVON G
      INTERMITTENT ISCHEMIA - ENERGY-METABOLISM, CELLULAR-VOLUME REGULATION, ADENOSINE AND INSIGHTS INTO PRECONDITIONING

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    41. OFFSTAD J; SOMMERSCHILD H; ILEBEKK A; KIRKEBOEN KA; DOWNING SE
      REPETITIVE STRETCHING DURING LOW-FLOW ISCHEMIA IMPAIRS FUNCTION IN ISOLATED PORCINE HEARTS - A MODEL FOR SEGMENTAL DYSKINESIS

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    42. APSTEIN CS; TAEGTMEYER H
      GLUCOSE-INSULIN-POTASSIUM IN ACUTE MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION - THE TIME HAS COME FOR A LARGE, PROSPECTIVE TRIAL

      Circulation
    43. HEUSCH G; FERRARI R; HEARSE DJ; RUIGROK TJC; SCHULZ R
      MYOCARDIAL HIBERNATION - QUESTIONS AND CONTROVERSIES

      Cardiovascular Research
    44. MOORE RM
      CLINICAL RELEVANCE OF INTESTINAL REPERFUSION INJURY IN HORSES

      Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association
    45. HEUSCH G; SCHULZ R
      ENDOGENOUS PROTECTIVE MECHANISMS IN MYOCARDIAL-ISCHEMIA - HIBERNATIONADN ISCHEMIC PRECONDITIONING

      The American journal of cardiology
    46. CHANG KC; SCHREUR JHM; WEINER MW; CAMACHO SA
      IMPAIRED CA2-OVERLOAD HYPERTROPHY IN RAT HEARTS( HANDLING IS AN EARLYMANIFESTATION OF PRESSURE)

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    47. OKADA RD; NGUYEN KN; STRAUSS HW; JOHNSON G
      EFFECTS OF LOW-FLOW AND HYPOXIA ON MYOCARDIAL RETENTION OF TC-99M BMS181321

      European journal of nuclear medicine
    48. KHANDOUDI N; LAVILLE MP; BRIL A
      PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF THE SODIUM HYDROGEN EXCHANGE INHIBITORS DURING GLOBAL LOW-FLOW ISCHEMIA/

      Journal of cardiovascular pharmacology
    49. CROSS HR; OPIE LH; RADDA GK; CLARKE K
      IS A HIGH GLYCOGEN-CONTENT BENEFICIAL OR DETRIMENTAL TO THE ISCHEMIC RAT-HEART - A CONTROVERSY RESOLVED

      Circulation research
    50. SCHEUFLER E; MOZES A; GUTTMANN I; WILFFERT B
      R56865 IS ANTIFIBRILLATORY IN REPERFUSED ISCHEMIC GUINEA-PIG HEARTS, EVEN WHEN GIVEN ONLY DURING REPERFUSION

      Cardiovascular drugs and therapy
    51. BRUNET J; BOILY MJ; CORDEAU S; DESROSIERS C
      EFFECTS OF N-ACETYLCYSTEINE IN THE RAT-HEART REPERFUSED AFTER LOW-FLOW ISCHEMIA - EVIDENCE FOR A DIRECT SCAVENGING OF HYDROXYL RADICALS ANDA NITRIC OXIDE-DEPENDENT INCREASE IN CORONARY FLOW

      Free radical biology & medicine
    52. CROSS HR; RADDA GK; CLARKE K
      THE ROLE OF NA+ K+ ATPASE ACTIVITY DURING LOW-FLOW ISCHEMIA IN PREVENTING MYOCARDIAL INJURY - A P-31, NA-23 AND RB-87 NMR SPECTROSCOPIC STUDY/

      Magnetic resonance in medicine
    53. VETTERLEIN F; PRANGE M; LUBRICH D; PEDINA J; NECKEL M; SCHMIDT G
      CAPILLARY PERFUSION PATTERN AND MICROVASCULAR GEOMETRY IN HETEROGENEOUS HYPOXIC AREAS OF HYPOPERFUSED RAT MYOCARDIUM

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    54. ILEBEKK A; OFFSTAD J; LANDE K; KIRKEBOEN KA
      CONTRACTILE PATTERN IN ACUTELY HIBERNATING MYOCARDIUM

      Basic research in cardiology
    55. CROSS HR; CLARKE K; OPIE LH; RADDA GK
      IS LACTATE-INDUCED MYOCARDIAL ISCHEMIC-INJURY MEDIATED BY DECREASED PH OR INCREASED INTRACELLULAR LACTATE

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    56. OFFSTAD J; NAESS PA; AKSNES G; TONNESSEN T; ILEBEKK A; KIRKEBOEN KA
      NITRIC-OXIDE REGULATES CORONARY BLOOD-FLOW AT VARIOUS CORONARY ARTERIAL PRESSURES IN INTACT PORCINE HEARTS

      Acta Physiologica Scandinavica
    57. PIJL AJ; HENDRIKS MGC; KAM KL; PFAFFENDORF M; VANZWIETEN PA
      ANTIISCHEMIC EFFECTS OF NIFEDIPINE IN ISOLATED WORKING HEART PREPARATIONS OF HEALTHY, DIABETIC, AND HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Journal of cardiovascular pharmacology
    58. PIJL AJ; HENDRIKS MGC; KAM KL; PAFFENDORF M; VANZWIETEN PA
      EFFECTS OF R-56865 ON POSTISCHEMIC VENTRICULAR-FUNCTION IN ISOLATED RAT WORKING HEART PREPARATIONS OBTAINED FROM HEALTHY, DIABETIC AND HYPERTENSIVE ANIMALS

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    59. OFFSTAD J; KIRKEBOEN KA; ILEBEKK A; DOWNING SE
      ATP GATED POTASSIUM CHANNELS IN ACUTE MYOCARDIAL HIBERNATION AND REPERFUSION

      Cardiovascular Research
    60. PIJL AJ; PFAFFENDORF M; VANZWIETEN PA
      HEMODYNAMIC AND ANTIISCHEMIC EFFECTS OF NIFEDIPINE, LACIDIPINE, AND NISOLDIPINE IN RAT ISOLATED WORKING HEART

      Journal of cardiovascular pharmacology
    61. OFFSTAD J; KIRKEBOEN KA; LANDE K; ILEBEKK A
      CARDIAC ADAPTATION TO ONE-HOUR OF MILD REGIONAL LOW-FLOW ISCHEMIA IN THE PIG

      Cardiovascular Research
    62. VORK MM; GLATZ JFC; SURTEL DAM; VANDERVUSSE GJ
      RELEASE OF FATTY-ACID-BINDING PROTEIN AND LACTATE-DEHYDROGENASE FROM ISOLATED RAT-HEART DURING NORMOXIA, LOW-FLOW ISCHEMIA, AND REPERFUSION

      Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology


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