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    1. McCulloch, AD; Mazhari, R
      Regional myocardial mechanics: Integrative computational models of flow-function relations

      JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR CARDIOLOGY
    2. Angelos, MG; Menegazzi, JJ; Callaway, CW
      Bench to bedside: Resuscitation from prolonged ventricular fibrillation

      ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    3. Chandrasekar, B; Nelson, JF; Colston, JT; Freeman, GL
      Calorie restriction attenuates inflammatory responses to myocardial ischemia-reperfusion injury

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    4. Chen, JJ; Henderson, GI; Freeman, GL
      Role of 4-hydroxynonenal in modification of cytochrome c oxidase in ischemia/reperfused rat heart

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY
    5. Chandrasekar, B; Smith, JB; Freeman, GL
      Ischemia-reperfusion of rat myocardium activates nuclear factor-kappa B and induces neutrophil infiltration via lipopolysaccharide-induced CXC chemokine

      CIRCULATION
    6. Myrmel, T; Korvald, C
      New aspects of myocardial oxygen consumption. Invited review

      SCANDINAVIAN CARDIOVASCULAR JOURNAL
    7. Gal, J; Smith, A; Riedel, B; Royston, D
      Preservation and protection of myocardial function

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOTHORACIC AND VASCULAR ANESTHESIA
    8. Seligmann, C; Schimmer, M; Leitsch, T; Bock, A; Simsek, Y; Tschope, C; Schultheiss, HP
      A thrombocyte-induced myocardial dysfunction in the ischemic and reperfused guinea pig heart is mediated by reactive oxygen species

      FREE RADICAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE
    9. Chandrasekar, B; Colston, JT; Geimer, J; Cortez, D; Freeman, GL
      Induction of nuclear factor kappa B but not kappa B-responsive cytokine expression during myocardial reperfusion injury after neutropenia

      FREE RADICAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE
    10. Min, JY; Hampton, TG; Wang, JF; DeAngelis, J; Morgan, JP
      Depressed tolerance to fluorocarbon-simulated ischemia in failing myocardium due to impaired [Ca2+](i) modulation

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    11. Zhang, JG; Ghosh, S; Ockleford, CD; Galinanes, M
      Characterization of an in vitro model for the study of the short and prolonged effects of myocardial ischaemia and reperfusion in man

      CLINICAL SCIENCE
    12. Li, CF; Ha, T; Liu, LP; Browder, W; Kao, RL
      Adenosine prevents activation of transcription factor NF-kappa B and enhances activator protein-1 binding activity in ischemic rat heart

      SURGERY
    13. Remondino, A; Rosenblatt-Velin, N; Montessuit, C; Tardy, I; Papageorgiou, I; Dorsaz, PA; Jorge-Costa, M; Lerch, R
      Altered expression of proteins of metabolic regulation during remodeling of the left ventricle after myocardial infarction

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY
    14. Suzuki, S; Kusano, KF; Goto, Y
      Effects of repetitive brief ischemia on contractile efficiency and oxygen cost of contractility in dog heart

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    15. Weekers, F; Van Herck, E; Isgaard, J; Van den Berghe, G
      Pretreatment with growth hormone-releasing peptide-2 directly protects against the diastolic dysfunction of myocardial stunning in an isolated, blood-perfused rabbit heart model

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    16. Kofoed, KF; Schoder, H; Knight, RJ; Buxton, DB
      Glucose metabolism in reperfused myocardium measured by [2-F-18] 2-fluorodeoxyglucose and PET

      CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH
    17. Bertolet, BD
      Calcium antagonists in the post-myocardial infarction setting

      DRUGS & AGING
    18. Chandrashekhar, Y; Prahash, AJ; Sen, S; Gupta, S; Anand, IS
      Cardiomyocytes from hearts with left ventricular dysfunction after ischemia-reperfusion do not manifest contractile abnormalities

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF CARDIOLOGY
    19. Malherbe, S; Conradie, S; Coetzee, A
      Effect of magnesium on myocardial ischaemia and reperfusion injury

      SOUTH AFRICAN MEDICAL JOURNAL
    20. Becker, BF; Mobert, J
      Low-dose calcium antagonists reduce energy demand and cellular damage of isolated hearts during both ischemia and reperfusion

      NAUNYN-SCHMIEDEBERGS ARCHIVES OF PHARMACOLOGY
    21. Jones, WK; Flaherty, MP; Tang, XL; Takano, H; Qiu, YM; Banerjee, S; Smith, T; Bolli, R
      Ischemic preconditioning increases iNOS transcript levels in conscious rabbits via a nitric oxide-dependent mechanism

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY
    22. Xuan, YT; Tang, XL; Banerjee, S; Takano, H; Li, RCX; Han, H; Qiu, YM; Li, JJ; Bolli, R
      Nuclear factor-kappa B plays an essential role in the late phase of ischemic preconditioning in conscious rabbits

      CIRCULATION RESEARCH
    23. Challapalli, S; Hendel, RC; Bonow, RO
      Clinical profile of patients with congestive heart failure due to coronaryartery disease: stunned/hibernating myocardium, ischemia, scar

      CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE
    24. DIZON J; BURKHOFF D; TAUSKELA J; WHANG J; CANNON P; KATZ J
      METABOLIC INHIBITION IN THE PERFUSED RAT-HEART - EVIDENCE FOR GLYCOLYTIC REQUIREMENT FOR NORMAL SODIUM HOMEOSTASIS

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    25. SCHIPKE JD; KORBMACHER B; SCHWANKE U; FREHEN D; SCHMIDT T; ARNOLD G
      BASAL-METABOLISM DOES NOT ACCOUNT FOR HIGH O-2 CONSUMPTION IN STUNNEDMYOCARDIUM

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    26. Hoffmeister, HM; Strobele, M; Bassler, A; Beyer, ME; Kazmaier, S; Seipel, L
      Preconditioning preserves energy metabolism in prolonged low-flow ischemia

      BASIC RESEARCH IN CARDIOLOGY
    27. DILISA F; BERNARDI P
      MITOCHONDRIAL-FUNCTION AS A DETERMINANT OF RECOVERY OR DEATH IN CELL RESPONSE TO INJURY

      Molecular and cellular biochemistry
    28. KUSUOKA H; CORRETTI MC; KORETSUNE Y; MARBAN E
      MECHANISM FOR THE CARDIOPROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF THE CALCIUM-CHANNEL BLOCKER CLENTIAZEM DURING ISCHEMIA AND REPERFUSION

      Japanese Circulation Journal
    29. AASUM E; LATHROP DA; HENDEN T; SUNDSET R; LARSEN TS
      THE ROLE OF GLYCOLYSIS IN MYOCARDIAL CALCIUM CONTROL

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    30. MONTESSUIT C; PAPAGEORGIOU I; REMONDINOMULLER A; TARDY I; LERCH R
      POST ISCHEMIC STIMULATION OF 2-DEOXYGLUCOSE UPTAKE IN RAT MYOCARDIUM - ROLE OF TRANSLOCATION OF GLUT-4

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    31. XU KY; BECKER LC
      ULTRASTRUCTURAL-LOCALIZATION OF GLYCOLYTIC-ENZYMES ON SARCOPLASMIC-RETICULUM VESICLES

      The Journal of histochemistry and cytochemistry
    32. HOFFMEISTER HM; STROBELE M; BEYER ME; KAZMAIER S; FISCHER M; BASSLER A; SEIPEL L
      INOTROPIC RESPONSE OF STUNNED HYPERTROPHIED MYOCARDIUM - RESPONSIVENESS OF HYPERTROPHIED AND NORMAL POSTISCHEMIC ISOLATED RAT HEARTS TO CALCIUM AND DOPAMINE STIMULATION

      Cardiovascular Research
    33. ROSS S; MUNOZ H; PIRIOU V; RYDER WA; FOEX P
      A COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTS OF FENTANYL AND PROPOFOL ON LEFT-VENTRICULAR CONTRACTILITY DURING MYOCARDIAL STUNNING

      Acta anaesthesiologica Scandinavica
    34. DEHERT SG; TENBROECKE PW; DEMULDER PA; RODRIGUS IE; HAENEN LR; BOECKXSTAENS CJ; VERMEYEN KM; GILLEBERT TC; MOULIJN AC
      EFFECTS OF CALCIUM ON LEFT-VENTRICULAR FUNCTION EARLY AFTER CARDIOPULMONARY BYPASS

      Journal of cardiothoracic and vascular anesthesia
    35. SHEIBAN I; TONNI S; CHIZZONI A; MARINI A; TREVI G
      RECOVERY OF LEFT-VENTRICULAR FUNCTION FOLLOWING EARLY REPERFUSION IN ACUTE MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION - A POTENTIAL ROLE FOR THE CALCIUM-ANTAGONIST NISOLDIPINE

      Cardiovascular drugs and therapy
    36. VAAGE J; ANTONELLI M; BUFI M; IRTUN O; DEBLASI RA; CORBUCCI GG; GASPARETTO A; SEMB AG
      EXOGENOUS REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES DEPLETE THE ISOLATED RAT-HEART OF ANTIOXIDANTS

      Free radical biology & medicine
    37. KALIL R; DEALBUQUERQUE CP; WEISS RG; MOCELIM A; BELLOTTI G; CERRI G; PILEGGI F
      NORMAL HIGH-ENERGY PHOSPHATE RATIOS IN STUNNED HUMAN MYOCARDIUM

      Journal of the American College of Cardiology
    38. KAPLAN P; LEHOTSKY J; RACAY P
      ROLE OF SARCOPLASMIC-RETICULUM IN THE CONTRACTILE DYSFUNCTION DURING MYOCARDIAL-ISCHEMIA AND REPERFUSION

      Physiologia bohemoslovaca
    39. HOLT E; CHRISTENSEN G
      TRANSIENT CA2- EFFECTS ON SHORTENING AND RELAXATION( OVERLOAD ALTERS CA2+ HANDLING IN RAT CARDIOMYOCYTES )

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    40. KELLER MW
      ARTERIOLAR CONSTRICTION IN SKELETAL-MUSCLE DURING VASCULAR STUNNING -ROLE OF MAST-CELLS

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    41. HASHIMOTO K; NISHIMURA T; ISHIKAWA M; KOGA K; MORI T; MATSUDA S; HORI M; KUSUOKA H
      ENHANCEMENT OF GLUCOSE-UPTAKE IN STUNNED MYOCARDIUM - ROLE OF GLUCOSE-TRANSPORTER

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    42. RIU JAB; GARCIADORADO D; MARTIN JA; CANELLA IC; TUDELA VV
      THE ROLE OF NONINVASIVE TESTS IN THE MANA GEMENT OF ISCHEMIC-HEART-DISEASE - ASSESSMENT OF MYOCARDIAL VIABILITY

      Revista espanola de cardiologia
    43. MAXWELL SRJ; LIP GYH
      REPERFUSION INJURY - A REVIEW OF THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY, CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS AND THERAPEUTIC OPTIONS

      International journal of cardiology
    44. KORBMACHER B; SUNDERDIEK U; SELCAN G; ARNOLD G; SCHIPKE JD
      DIFFERENT RESPONSES OF NONISCHEMIC AND POST ISCHEMIC MYOCARDIUM TOWARDS CA2+ SENSITIZATION

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    45. WAMBOLT RB; HENNING SL; ENGLISH DR; BONDY GP; ALLARD MF
      REGRESSION OF CARDIAC-HYPERTROPHY NORMALIZES GLUCOSE-METABOLISM AND LEFT-VENTRICULAR FUNCTION DURING REPERFUSION

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    46. KAY L; SAKS VA; ROSSI A
      EARLY ALTERATION OF THE CONTROL OF MITOCHONDRIAL-FUNCTION IN MYOCARDIAL-ISCHEMIA

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    47. TIMOUR Q; BUIXUAN B; AUPETIT JF; FREYSZ M; EVREUX JC; FAUCON G
      CALCIUM-ANTAGONISTS AND PREVENTION OF VENTRICULAR-FIBRILLATION INDUCED BY TRANSIENT OR PERSISTENT ISCHEMIA

      Japanese Heart Journal
    48. SMART SC; SAGAR KB; WARLTIER DC
      DIFFERENTIAL ROLES OF MYOCARDIAL CA2+ CHANNELS AND NA+ CA2+ EXCHANGE IN MYOCARDIAL REPERFUSION INJURY IN OPEN-CHEST DOGS - RELATIVE ROLES DURING ISCHEMIA AND REPERFUSION/

      Cardiovascular Research
    49. SMART SC; SAGAR KB; ELSCHULTZ J; WARLTIER DC; JONES LR
      INJURY TO THE CA2-RETICULUM IN ANESTHETIZED DOGS CONTRIBUTES TO MYOCARDIAL REPERFUSION INJURY( ATPASE OF THE SARCOPLASMIC)

      Cardiovascular Research
    50. YABE K; NASA Y; SATO M; IIJIMA R; TAKEO S
      PRECONDITIONING PRESERVES MITOCHONDRIAL-FUNCTION AND GLYCOLYTIC FLUX DURING AN EARLY PERIOD OF REPERFUSION IN PERFUSED RAT HEARTS

      Cardiovascular Research
    51. EHRING T; HEUSCH G
      DIHYDROPYRIDINE CALCIUM-ANTAGONISTS - BENEFICIAL OR ADVERSE-EFFECTS IN THE SETTING OF MYOCARDIAL ISCHAEMIA REPERFUSION/

      Cardiology
    52. LERCH R; TARDYCANTALUPI I; PAPAGEORGIOU I; MONTESSUIT C
      CELLULAR MECHANISMS OF MYOCARDIAL RECOVER Y AFTER ISCHEMIA

      Archives des maladies du coeur et des vaisseaux
    53. GLANTZ L; GINOSAR Y; CHEVION M; GOZAL Y; ELAMI A; NAVOT N; KITROSSKY N; DRENGER B
      HALOTHANE PREVENTS POSTISCHEMIC PRODUCTION OF HYDROXYL RADICALS IN THE CANINE HEART

      Anesthesiology
    54. SCHIPKE JD; KORBMACHER B; DORSZEWSKI A; SELCAN G; SUNDERDIEK U; ARNOLD G
      HEMODYNAMIC AND ENERGETIC PROPERTIES OF STUNNED MYOCARDIUM IN RABBIT HEARTS

      HEART
    55. STODDARD MF; WAGNER SG; IKRAM S; LONGAKER RA; PRINCE CR
      EFFECTS OF NIFEDIPINE AND NITROGLYCERIN ON LEFT-VENTRICULAR SYSTOLIC DYSFUNCTION AND IMPAIRED DIASTOLIC FILLING AFTER EXERCISE-INDUCED ISCHEMIA IN HUMANS

      Journal of the American College of Cardiology
    56. REDDY DS; SINGH M; CHOPRA K
      COMPARATIVE ANTIOXIDANT EFFECTS OF BETA-ADRENOCEPTOR BLOCKERS, CALCIUM-ANTAGONISTS AND U-74500A AGAINST IRON-DEPENDENT LIPID-PEROXIDATION IN MURINE VENTRICULAR MICROSOMAL-MEMBRANES

      Methods and findings in experimental and clinical pharmacology
    57. LIU B; ELALAOUITALIBI Z; CLANACHAN AS; SCHULZ R; LOPASCHUK GD
      UNCOUPLING OF CONTRACTILE FUNCTION FROM MITOCHONDRIAL TCA CYCLE ACTIVITY AND MVO(2) DURING REPERFUSION OF ISCHEMIC HEARTS

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    58. MOSCA SM; CARRIQUIRIBORDE M; CINGOLANI HE
      BIPHASIC CHANGES IN RELAXATION FOLLOWING REPERFUSION AFTER MYOCARDIAL-ISCHEMIA

      Molecular and cellular biochemistry
    59. KANTARTZIS M; SUNDERDIEK U; BIRCKS W; ARNOLD G; SCHIPKE JD
      CARDIAC EFFICIENCY DURING CORONARY-OCCLUSION AND DURING REPERFUSION AFTER EMERGENCY REVASCULARIZATION UNDER CARDIOPROTECTION

      The thoracic and cardiovascular surgeon
    60. HENDEL RC; CHAUDHRY FA; BONOW RO
      MYOCARDIAL VIABILITY - INTRODUCTION

      Current problems in cardiology
    61. GAZMURI RJ; WEIL MH; BISERA J; TANG WC; FUKUI M; MCKEE P
      MYOCARDIAL DYSFUNCTION AFTER SUCCESSFUL RESUSCITATION FROM CARDIAC-ARREST

      Critical care medicine
    62. DRZEWIECKI G; WANG JJ; LI JKJ; KEDEM J
      MODELING OF MECHANICAL DYSFUNCTION IN REGIONAL STUNNED MYOCARDIUM OF THE LEFT-VENTRICLE

      IEEE transactions on biomedical engineering
    63. GOUDEMANT JF; ELST LV; VANHAVERBEKE Y; MULLER RN
      P-31 NMR KINETICS STUDY OF CARDIAC METABOLISM UNDER MILD HYPOXIA

      Journal of magnetic resonance. Series B
    64. HOFFMEISTER HM; BEYER ME; SEIPEL L
      EFFECTS OF THE NA-VENTRICULAR FUNCTION OF POSTISCHEMIC HEARTS( ANTAGONIST CIBENZOLINE ON LEFT)

      Cardiovascular drugs and therapy
    65. KAPLAN LJ; BELLOWS CF; CARTER S; BLUM H; WHITMAN GJR
      THE PHOSPHOCREATINE OVERSHOOT OCCURS INDEPENDENT OF MYOCARDIAL WORK

      Biochimie
    66. MCFALLS EO; DUNCKER DJ; WARD H; FASHINGBAUER P
      IMPAIRED ENDOTHELIUM-DEPENDENT VASODILATION OF CORONARY RESISTANCE VESSELS IN SEVERELY STUNNED PORCINE MYOCARDIUM

      Basic research in cardiology
    67. LERCH R
      MYOCARDIAL STUNNING - THE ROLE OF OXIDATIVE SUBSTRATE METABOLISM

      Basic research in cardiology
    68. SCHIPKE JD; SUNDERDIEK U; KORBMACHER B; SCHWANKE U; ARNOLD G
      UTILIZATION OF OXYGEN BY THE CONTRACTILE APPARATUS IS DISTURBED DURING REPERFUSION OF POSTISCHEMIC MYOCARDIUM

      European heart journal
    69. CRESTANELLO JA; KAMELGARD J; WHITMAN GJR
      THE CUMULATIVE NATURE OF PYRUVATES DUAL MECHANISM FOR MYOCARDIAL PROTECTION

      The Journal of surgical research
    70. SCHLACK W; BIER F; SCHAFER M; UEBING A; SCHAFER S; BORCHARD U; THAMER V
      INTRACORONARY MAGNESIUM IS NOT PROTECTIVE AGAINST ACUTE REPERFUSION INJURY IN THE REGIONAL ISCHEMIC-REPERFUSED DOG HEART

      European journal of clinical investigation
    71. PIKE MM; LUO CS; YANAGIDA S; HAGEMAN GR; ANDERSON PG
      NA-23 AND P-31 NUCLEAR-MAGNETIC-RESONANCE STUDIES OF ISCHEMIA-INDUCEDVENTRICULAR-FIBRILLATION - ALTERATIONS OF INTRACELLULAR NA-ENERGY( AND CELLULAR)

      Circulation research
    72. XU KY; ZWEIER JL; BECKER LC
      FUNCTIONAL COUPLING BETWEEN GLYCOLYSIS AND SARCOPLASMIC-RETICULUM CA2+ TRANSPORT

      Circulation research
    73. GAO WD; ATAR D; BACKX PH; MARBAN E
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INTRACELLULAR CALCIUM AND CONTRACTILE-FORCE IN STUNNED MYOCARDIUM - DIRECT EVIDENCE FOR DECREASED MYOFILAMENT CA2+ RESPONSIVENESS AND ALTERED DIASTOLIC FUNCTION IN INTACT VENTRICULAR MUSCLE

      Circulation research
    74. FAULK EA; MCCULLY JD; HADLOW NC; TSUKUBE T; KRUKENKAMP IB; FEDERMAN M; LEVITSKY S
      MAGNESIUM CARDIOPLEGIA ENHANCES MESSENGER-RNA LEVELS AND THE MAXIMAL VELOCITY OF CYTOCHROME-OXIDASE-I IN THE SENESCENT MYOCARDIUM DURING GLOBAL-ISCHEMIA

      Circulation
    75. MUBAGWA K
      SARCOPLASMIC-RETICULUM FUNCTION DURING MYOCARDIAL-ISCHEMIA AND REPERFUSION

      Cardiovascular Research
    76. FAN DS; SOEI LK; SASSEN LMA; KRAMS R; VERDOUW PD
      MECHANICAL EFFICIENCY OF STUNNED MYOCARDIUM IS MODULATED BY INCREASEDAFTERLOAD DEPENDENCY

      Cardiovascular Research
    77. KANAYA N; KOBAYASHI I; NAKAYAMA M; FUJITA S; NAMIKI A
      ATP SPARING EFFECT OF ISOFLURANE DURING ISCHEMIA AND REPERFUSION OF THE CANINE HEART

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    78. FAULK EA; MCCULLY JD; TSUKUBE T; HADLOW NC; KRUKENKAMP IB; LEVITSKY S
      MYOCARDIAL MITOCHONDRIAL CALCIUM ACCUMULATION MODULATES NUCLEAR CALCIUM ACCUMULATION AND DNA FRAGMENTATION

      The Annals of thoracic surgery
    79. KNAPP WH
      POTENTIAL AND LIMITATION OF MYOCARDIAL PE RFUSION SCINTIGRAPHY FOR DETECTION OF VIABILITY

      Nuklearmedizin
    80. DUTOIT EF; OPIE LH
      INHIBITORS OF CA2-RETICULUM ATTENUATE REPERFUSION STUNNING IN ISOLATED RAT-HEART( ATPASE PUMP OF SARCOPLASMIC)

      Journal of cardiovascular pharmacology
    81. YOAHIYAMA M; ISHIKAWA M; MIURA I; TAKEUCHI K; TAKEDA T
      TIME-COURSE OF THE RECOVERY OF ADENOSINE-TRIPHOSPHATE CONTENT WITH ADENOSINE IN POSTISCHEMIC HEARTS - A P-31 MAGNETIC-RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY STUDY

      Japanese Circulation Journal
    82. SHUG AL; MADSEN D; DOBBIE R; PAULSON DJ
      PROTECTION OF MITOCHONDRIAL AND HEART FUNCTION BY AMINO-ACIDS AFTER ISCHEMIA AND CARDIOPLEGIA

      Life sciences
    83. CHANG TH; ADACHI H; MORI N; SAITO I; OKUYAMA T
      EFFECTS OF A PYRANOCOUMARIN COMPOUND ISOLATED FROM A CHINESE MEDICINAL PLANT ON ISCHEMIC MYOCARDIAL DYSFUNCTION IN ANESTHETIZED DOGS

      European journal of pharmacology
    84. SOEI LK; SASSEN LMA; FAN DS; VANVEEN T; KRAMS R; VERDOUW PD
      MYOFIBRILLAR CA2+ SENSITIZATION PREDOMINANTLY ENHANCES FUNCTION AND MECHANICAL EFFICIENCY OF STUNNED MYOCARDIUM

      Circulation
    85. SILVERMAN HS; STERN MD
      IONIC BASIS OF ISCHEMIC CARDIAC INJURY - INSIGHTS FROM CELLULAR STUDIES

      Cardiovascular Research
    86. PIPER HM; NOLL T; SIEGMUND B
      MITOCHONDRIAL-FUNCTION IN THE OXYGEN DEPLETED AND REOXYGENATED MYOCARDIAL-CELL

      Cardiovascular Research
    87. DRENGER B; GINOSAR Y; CHANDRA M; RECHES A; GOZAL Y
      HALOTHANE MODIFIES ISCHEMIA-ASSOCIATED INJURY TO THE VOLTAGE-SENSITIVE CALCIUM CHANNELS IN CANINE HEART SARCOLEMMA

      Anesthesiology
    88. LUCAS JR; BOTVINICK EH; DAE MW
      MYOCARDIAL VIABILITY - EVIDENCE PROVIDED BY THE ANALYSIS OF LEFT-VENTRICULAR SYSTOLIC FUNCTION

      Coronary artery disease
    89. OSBAKKEN MD; WROBLEWSKI K; ZHANG D; IVANICS T; WEHRLI S
      P-31 RELAXATION RATES TO EVALUATE PHYSIOLOGICAL EVENTS IN THE HEART

      Magnetic resonance in medicine
    90. SCHLACK W; SCHAFER M; UEBING A; SCHAFER S; BORCHARD U; THAMER V
      ADENOSINE-A2-RECEPTOR ACTIVATION AT REPERFUSION REDUCES INFARCT SIZE AND IMPROVES MYOCARDIAL WALL FUNCTION IN DOG HEART

      Journal of cardiovascular pharmacology
    91. BYRNE JG; MURPHY MP; SMITH WJ; COUPER GS; APPLEYARD RF; COHN LH
      PREVENTION OF CD18-MEDIATED REPERFUSION INJURY ENHANCES THE EFFICACY OF UW SOLUTION FOR 15-HR HEART PRESERVATION

      The Journal of surgical research
    92. JEREMY RW; AMBROSIO G; PIKE MM; JACOBUS WE; BECKER LC
      THE FUNCTIONAL RECOVERY OF POSTISCHEMIC MYOCARDIUM REQUIRES GLYCOLYSIS DURING EARLY REPERFUSION

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    93. BANERJEE A; LOCKEWINTER C; ROGERS KB; MITCHELL MB; BREW EC; CAIRNS CB; BENSARD DD; HARKEN AH
      PRECONDITIONING AGAINST MYOCARDIAL DYSFUNCTION AFTER ISCHEMIA AND REPERFUSION BY AN ALPHA-1-ADRENERGIC MECHANISM

      Circulation research
    94. BAUER B; SIMKHOVICH BZ; KLONER RA; PRZYKLENK K
      DOES PRECONDITIONING PROTECT THE CORONARY VASCULATURE FROM SUBSEQUENTISCHEMIA-REPERFUSION INJURY

      Circulation
    95. MATTHEUSSEN M; MUBAGWA K; RUSY BF; VANAKEN H; FLAMENG W
      POTENTIATED STATE CONTRACTIONS IN ISOLATED HEARTS - EFFECTS OF ISCHEMIA AND REPERFUSION

      The American journal of physiology


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