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    1. Yamashita, N; Baxter, GF; Yellon, DM
      Exercise directly enhances myocardial tolerance to ischaemia-reperfusion injury in the rat through a protein kinase C mediated mechanism

      HEART
    2. Miller, MJ
      Preconditioning for cardioprotection against ischemia reperfusion injury: The roles of nitric oxide, reactive oxygen species, heat shock proteins, reactive hyperemia and antioxidants - A mini review

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CARDIOLOGY
    3. Wang, WZ; Anderson, GL
      Intervention approaches against I/R-induced arterial insufficiency in reconstructive surgery

      HAND CLINICS
    4. Pavel, J; Lukacova, N; Marsala, J; Marsala, M
      The regional changes of the catalytic NOS activity in the spinal cord of the rabbit after repeated sublethal ischemia

      NEUROCHEMICAL RESEARCH
    5. Kodani, E; Shinmura, K; Xuan, YT; Takano, H; Auchampach, JA; Tang, XL; Bolli, R
      Cyclooxygenase-2 does not mediate late preconditioning induced by activation of adenosine A(1) or A(3) receptors

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    6. Fryer, RM; Hsu, AK; Gross, GJ
      ERK and p38 MAP kinase activation are components of opioid-induced delayedcardioprotection

      BASIC RESEARCH IN CARDIOLOGY
    7. Yano, S; Morioka, M; Fukunaga, K; Kawano, Y; Hara, T; Kai, Y; Hamada, K; Miyamoto, E; Ushio, Y
      Activation of Akt/protein kinase B contributes to induction of ischemic tolerance in the CA1 subfield of gerbil hippocampus

      JOURNAL OF CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW AND METABOLISM
    8. Wang, WZ; Guo, SZ; Anderson, GL; Miller, FN
      The initiating factors of late preconditioning in skeletal muscle

      JOURNAL OF SURGICAL RESEARCH
    9. Patel, HH; Hsu, A; Moore, J; Gross, GJ
      BW373U86, a delta opioid agonist, partially mediates delayed cardioprotection via a free radical mechanism that is independent of opioid receptor stimulation

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY
    10. Alsbo, CW; Wrang, ML; Moller, F; Diemer, NH
      Is the AMPA receptor subunit GluR2 mRNA an early indicator of cell fate after ischemia? A quantitative single cell RT-PCR study

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    11. Marsala, J; Jalc, P
      Short-term changes of NADPH diaphorase-exhibiting neuronal pools in the spinal cord of rabbit after repeated sublethal ischemia

      PHYSIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    12. Wang, WZ; Anderson, GL; Guo, SZ; Tsai, TM; Miller, FN
      Initiation of microvascular protection by nitric oxide in late preconditioning

      JOURNAL OF RECONSTRUCTIVE MICROSURGERY
    13. Pavel, J; Lukacova, N; Marsala, J
      Regional changes of cyclic 3 ',5 '-guanosine monophosphate in the spinal cord of the rabbit following brief repeated ischemic insults

      NEUROCHEMICAL RESEARCH
    14. Okubo, S; Bernardo, NL; Elliott, GT; Hess, ML; Kukreja, RC
      Tyrosine kinase signaling in action potential shortening and expression ofHSP72 in late preconditioning

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    15. Takano, H; Tang, XL; Kodani, E; Bolli, R
      Late preconditioning enhances recovery of myocardial function after infarction in conscious rabbits

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    16. Reshef, A; Sperling, O; Zoref-Shani, E
      The adenosine-induced mechanism for the acquisition of ischemic tolerance in primary rat neuronal cultures

      PHARMACOLOGY & THERAPEUTICS
    17. Neviere, RR; Li, FY; Singh, T; Myers, ML; Sibbald, W
      Endotoxin induces a dose-dependent myocardial cross-tolerance to ischemia-reperfusion injury

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    18. Yamashita, N; Hoshida, S; Otsu, K; Taniguchi, N; Kuzuya, T; Hori, M
      Involvement of cytokines in the mechanism of whole-body hyperthermia-induced cardioprotection

      CIRCULATION
    19. Dana, A; Jonassen, AK; Yamashita, N; Yellon, DM
      Adenosine A(1) receptor activation induces delayed preconditioning in ratsmediated by manganese superoxide dismutase

      CIRCULATION
    20. Ghosh, S; Standen, NB; Galinanes, M
      Preconditioning the human myocardium by simulated ischemia: studies on theearly and delayed protection

      CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH
    21. Yamashita, N; Hoshida, S; Otsu, K; Taniguchi, N; Kuzuya, T; Hori, M
      The involvement of cytokines in the second window of ischaemic preconditioning

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    22. Toosy, N; McMorris, ELJ; Grace, PA; Mathie, RT
      Ischaemic preconditioning protects the rat kidney from reperfusion injury

      BJU INTERNATIONAL
    23. Peralta, C; Leon, OS; Xaus, C; Prats, N; Jalil, EC; Planell, ES; Puig-Parellada, P; Gelpi, E; Rosello-Catafau, J
      Protective effect of ozone treatment on the injury associated with hepaticischemia-reperfusion: Antioxidant-prooxidant balance

      FREE RADICAL RESEARCH
    24. Ovize, M
      Preconditioning: ischemia-induced tolerance to lethal injury

      M S-MEDECINE SCIENCES
    25. Rizvi, A; Tang, XL; Qiu, YM; Xuan, YT; Takano, H; Jadoon, AK; Bolli, R
      Increased protein synthesis is necessary for the development of late preconditioning against myocardial stunning

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    26. Ping, PP; Zhang, J; Cao, XN; Li, RCX; Kong, DY; Tang, XL; Qiu, YM; Manchikalapudi, S; Auchampach, JA; Black, RG; Bolli, R
      PKC-dependent activation of p44/p42 MAPKs during myocardial ischemia-reperfusion in conscious rabbits

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    27. Bernardo, NL; D'Angelo, M; Okubo, S; Joy, A; Kukreja, RC
      Delayed ischemic preconditioning is mediated by opening of ATP-sensitive potassium channels in the rabbit heart

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    28. Ping, PP; Zhang, J; Huang, S; Cao, XN; Tang, XL; Li, RCX; Zheng, YT; Qiu, YM; Clerk, A; Sugden, P; Han, JH; Bolli, R
      PKC-dependent activation of p46/p54 JNKs during ischemic preconditioning in conscious rabbits

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    29. Shamloo, M; Wieloch, T
      Changes in protein tyrosine phosphorylation in the rat brain after cerebral ischemia in a model of ischemic tolerance

      JOURNAL OF CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW AND METABOLISM
    30. Kis, A; Vegh, A; Papp, JG; Parratt, JR
      Repeated cardiac pacing extends the time during which canine hearts are protected against ischaemia-induced arrhythmias: Role of nitric oxide

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY
    31. Miki, T; Swafford, AN; Cohen, MV; Downey, JM
      Second window of protection against infarction in conscious rabbits: Real or artifactual

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY
    32. Yamashita, N; Hoshida, S; Otsu, K; Asahi, M; Kuzuya, T; Hori, M
      Exercise provides direct biphasic cardioprotection via manganese superoxide dismutase activation

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE
    33. Ping, PP; Zhang, J; Zheng, YT; Li, RCX; Dawn, B; Tang, XL; Takano, H; Balafanova, Z; Bolli, R
      Demonstration of selective protein kinase C-dependent activation of Src and Lck tyrosine kinases during ischemic preconditioning in conscious rabbits

      CIRCULATION RESEARCH
    34. Takashi, E; Wang, YG; Ashraf, M
      Activation of mitochondrial K-ATP channel elicits late preconditioning against myocardial infarction via protein kinase C signaling pathway

      CIRCULATION RESEARCH
    35. 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
    36. Ping, PP; Takano, H; Zhang, J; Tang, XL; Qiu, YM; Li, RCX; Banerjee, S; Dawn, B; Balafonova, Z; Bolli, R
      Isoform-selective activation of protein kinase c by nitric oxide in the heart of conscious rabbits - A signaling mechanism for both nitric oxide-induced and ischemia-induced preconditioning

      CIRCULATION RESEARCH
    37. Yamashita, N; Hoshida, S; Otsu, K; Taniguchi, N; Kuzuya, T; Hori, M
      Monophosphoryl lipid A provides biphasic cardioprotection against ischaemia-reperfusion injury in rat hearts

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    38. Imagawa, J; Yellon, DM; Baxter, GF
      Pharmacological evidence that inducible nitric oxide synthase is a mediator of delayed preconditioning

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    39. Centeno, JM; Orti, MA; Salom, JB; Sick, TJ; Perez-Pinzon, MA
      Nitric oxide is involved in anoxic preconditioning neuroprotection in rat hippocampal slices

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    40. Tauskela, JS; Chakravarthy, BR; Murray, CL; Wang, YZ; Comas, T; Hogan, M; Hakim, A; Morley, P
      Evidence from cultured rat cortical neurons of differences in the mechanism of ischemic preconditioning of brain and heart

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    41. Lukacova, N
      The relevance of ischemic preconditioning and tolerance in the neuroprotectivity of ischemia-induced neuronal damage: an up-to-date review

      BIOLOGIA
    42. IGARASHI J; NISHIDA M; HOSHIDA S; YAMASHITA N; KOSAKA H; HORI M; KUZUYA T; TADA M
      INDUCIBLE NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE AUGMENTS INJURY ELICITED BY OXIDATIVESTRESS IN RAT CARDIAC MYOCYTES

      American journal of physiology. Cell physiology
    43. GUO YR; WU WJ; QIU YM; TANG XL; YANG ZQ; BOLLI R
      DEMONSTRATION OF AN EARLY AND A LATE-PHASE OF ISCHEMIC PRECONDITIONING IN MICE

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    44. KAWAI K; NAKAGOMI T; KIRINO T; TAMURA A; KAWAI N
      PRECONDITIONING IN-VIVO ISCHEMIA INHIBITS ANOXIC LONG-TERM POTENTIATION AND FUNCTIONALLY PROTECTS CA1 NEURONS IN THE GERBIL

      Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism
    45. TANAKA M; FUJIWARA H; YAMASAKI K; YOKOTA R; DOYAMA K; INADA T; OHTANI S; FUJIWARA T; SASAYAMA S
      EXPRESSION OF HEAT-SHOCK-PROTEIN AFTER ISCHEMIC PRECONDITIONING IN RABBIT HEARTS

      Japanese Circulation Journal
    46. YAMASHITA N; HOSHIDA S; TANIGUCHI N; KUZUYA T; HORI M
      A 2ND WINDOW OF PROTECTION OCCURS 24 H AFTER ISCHEMIC PRECONDITIONINGIN THE RAT-HEART

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    47. QIU YM; PING PP; TANG XL; MANCHIKALAPUDI S; RIZVI A; ZHANG J; TAKANO H; WU WJ; TESCHNER S; BOLLI R
      DIRECT EVIDENCE THAT PROTEIN-KINASE-C PLAYS AN ESSENTIAL ROLE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF LATE PRECONDITIONING AGAINST MYOCARDIAL STUNNING IN CONSCIOUS RABBITS AND THAT EPSILON IS THE ISOFORM INVOLVED

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    48. TAKANO H; TANG XL; QIU YM; GUO YR; FRENCH BA; BOLLI R
      NITRIC-OXIDE DONORS INDUCE LATE PRECONDITIONING AGAINST MYOCARDIAL STUNNING AND INFARCTION IN CONSCIOUS RABBITS VIA AN ANTIOXIDANT-SENSITIVE MECHANISM

      Circulation research
    49. TAKANO H; MANCHIKALAPUDI S; TANG XL; QIU YM; RIZVI A; JADOON AK; ZHANG Q; BOLLI R
      NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE IS THE MEDIATOR OF LATE PRECONDITIONING AGAINSTMYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION IN CONSCIOUS RABBITS

      Circulation
    50. YAMASHITA N; HOSHIDA S; TANIGUCHI N; KUZUYA T; HORI M
      WHOLE-BODY HYPERTHERMIA PROVIDES BIPHASIC CARDIOPROTECTION AGAINST ISCHEMIA REPERFUSION INJURY IN THE RAT/

      Circulation
    51. YELLON DM; BAXTER GF; GARCIADORADO D; HEUSCH G; SUMERAY MS
      ISCHEMIC PRECONDITIONING - PRESENT POSITION AND FUTURE-DIRECTIONS

      Cardiovascular Research
    52. BAXTER GF
      ISCHEMIC PRECONDITIONING OF MYOCARDIUM

      Annals of medicine
    53. QIU YM; RIZVI A; TANG XL; MANCHIKALAPUDI S; TAKANO H; JADOON AK; WU WJ; BOLLI R
      NITRIC-OXIDE TRIGGERS LATE PRECONDITIONING AGAINST MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION IN CONSCIOUS RABBITS

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    54. TANG XL; QIU YM; TURRENS JF; SUN JZ; BOLLI R
      LATE PRECONDITIONING AGAINST STUNNING IS NOT MEDIATED BY INCREASED ANTIOXIDANT DEFENSES IN CONSCIOUS PIGS

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    55. ROWLAND RT; MENG XZ; CLEVELAND JC; MELDRUM DR; HARKEN AH; BROWN JM
      LPS-INDUCED DELAYED MYOCARDIAL ADAPTATION ENHANCES ACUTE PRECONDITIONING TO OPTIMIZE POSTISCHEMIC CARDIAC-FUNCTION

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    56. BAXTER GF; GOMA FM; YELLON DM
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE INFARCT-LIMITING EFFECT OF DELAYED PRECONDITIONING - TIMECOURSE AND DOSE-DEPENDENCY STUDIES IN RABBIT MYOCARDIUM

      Basic research in cardiology
    57. BAXTER GF; YELLON DM
      TIME-COURSE OF DELAYED MYOCARDIAL PROTECTION AFTER TRANSIENT ADENOSINE A(1)-RECEPTOR ACTIVATION IN THE RABBIT

      Journal of cardiovascular pharmacology
    58. GURIN AV; MOLOSH AI; SIDORENKO GI
      INTERMITTENT ISCHEMIA AS A UNIQUE ADAPTIV E PHENOMENON - PERSPECTIVESOF NEW PHARMACOLOGICAL IMPACTS

      Kardiologia
    59. YAMASHITA N; HOSHIDA S; NISHIDA M; IGARASHI J; TANIGUCHI N; TADA M; KUZUYA T; HORI M
      HEAT SHOCK-INDUCED MANGANESE SUPEROXIDE-DISMUTASE ENHANCES THE TOLERANCE OF CARDIAC MYOCYTES TO HYPOXIA-REOXYGENATION INJURY

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    60. YAMASHITA N; HOSHIDA S; NISHIDA M; IGARASHI J; AOKI K; HORI M; KUZUYA T; TADA M
      TIME-COURSE OF TOLERANCE TO ISCHEMIA-REPERFUSION INJURY AND INDUCTIONOF HEAT-SHOCK-PROTEIN-72 BY HEAT-STRESS IN THE RAT-HEART

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    61. IMAGAWA J; BAXTER GF; YELLON DM
      GENISTEIN, A TYROSINE KINASE INHIBITOR, BLOCKS THE 2ND WINDOW OF PROTECTION 48 H AFTER ISCHEMIC PRECONDITIONING IN THE RABBIT

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    62. BAXTER GF; MOCANU MM; YELLON DM
      ATTENUATION OF MYOCARDIAL ISCHEMIC-INJURY 24 H AFTER DIACYLGLYCEROL TREATMENT IN-VIVO

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    63. BOLLI R; MANCHIKALAPUDI S; TANG XL; TAKANO H; QIU YM; GUO YR; ZHANG Q; JADOON AK
      THE PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF LATE PRECONDITIONING AGAINST MYOCARDIAL STUNNING IN CONSCIOUS RABBITS IS MEDIATED BY NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE - EVIDENCE THAT NITRIC-OXIDE ACTS BOTH AS A TRIGGER AND AS A MEDIATOR OF THE LATE-PHASE OF ISCHEMIC PRECONDITIONING

      Circulation research
    64. PING PP; ZHANG J; QIU YM; TANG XL; MANCHIKALAPUDI S; CAO XN; BOLLI R
      ISCHEMIC PRECONDITIONING INDUCES SELECTIVE TRANSLOCATION OF PROTEIN-KINASE-C ISOFORM-EPSILON AND ISOFORM-ETA IN THE HEART OF CONSCIOUS RABBITS WITHOUT SUBCELLULAR REDISTRIBUTION OF TOTAL PROTEIN-KINASE-C ACTIVITY

      Circulation research
    65. KAEFFER N; RICHARD V; THUILLEZ C
      DELAYED CORONARY ENDOTHELIAL PROTECTION 24 HOURS AFTER PRECONDITIONING - ROLE OF FREE-RADICALS

      Circulation
    66. RICHARD V; KAEFFER N; THUILLEZ C
      DELAYED PROTECTION OF THE ISCHEMIC HEART - FROM PATHOPHYSIOLOGY TO THERAPEUTIC APPLICATIONS

      Fundamental and clinical pharmacology
    67. YAMASHITA N; NISHIDA M; HOSHIDA S; IGARASHI J; HORI M; KUZUYA T; TADA M
      ALPHA(1)-ADRENERGIC STIMULATION INDUCES CARDIAC TOLERANCE TO HYPOXIA VIA INDUCTION AND ACTIVATION OF MN-SOD

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    68. OHNO M; WATANABE S
      ISCHEMIC TOLERANCE TO MEMORY IMPAIRMENT ASSOCIATED WITH HIPPOCAMPAL NEURONAL DAMAGE AFTER TRANSIENT CEREBRAL-ISCHEMIA IN RATS

      Brain research bulletin
    69. LIU Y; GAO WD; OROURKE B; MARBAN E
      CELL-TYPE SPECIFICITY OF PRECONDITIONING IN AN IN-VITRO MODEL

      Basic research in cardiology
    70. BAXTER GF; YELLON DM
      DELAYED MYOCARDIAL PROTECTION FOLLOWING ISCHEMIC PRECONDITIONING

      Basic research in cardiology
    71. MILLAR CGM; BAXTER GF; THIEMERMANN C
      PROTECTION OF THE MYOCARDIUM BY ISCHEMIC PRECONDITIONING - MECHANISMSAND THERAPEUTIC IMPLICATIONS

      Pharmacology & therapeutics
    72. YELLON DM; BAXTER GF; MARBER MS
      ANGINA REASSESSED - PAIN OR PROTECTOR

      Lancet
    73. SUN JZ; TANG XL; PARK SW; QIU YM; TURRENS JF; BOLLI R
      EVIDENCE FOR AN ESSENTIAL ROLE OF REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES IN THE GENESIS OF LATE PRECONDITIONING AGAINST MYOCARDIAL STUNNING IN CONSCIOUS PIGS

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    74. TANG XL; QIU YM; PARK SW; SUN JZ; KALYA A; BOLLI R
      TIME-COURSE OF LATE PRECONDITIONING AGAINST MYOCARDIAL STUNNING IN CONSCIOUS PIGS

      Circulation research
    75. BAXTER GF; HEADS RJ; YELLON DM
      OXIDATIVE STRESS AND THE 2ND WINDOW OF PROTECTION AFTER PRECONDITIONING

      Circulation
    76. ZHOU XB; ZHAI XL; ASHRAF M
      DIRECT EVIDENCE THAT INITIAL OXIDATIVE STRESS TRIGGERED BY PRECONDITIONING CONTRIBUTES TO 2ND WINDOW OF PROTECTION BY ENDOGENOUS ANTIOXIDANT ENZYME IN MYOCYTES

      Circulation
    77. MENG XZ; BROWN JM; AO LH; BANERJEE A; HARKEN AH
      NOREPINEPHRINE INDUCES CARDIAC HEAT-SHOCK-PROTEIN-70 AND DELAYED CARDIOPROTECTION IN THE RAT THROUGH ALPHA(1)-ADRENOCEPTORS

      Cardiovascular Research
    78. RESHEF A; SPERLING O; ZOREFSHANI E
      PRECONDITIONING OF PRIMARY RAT NEURONAL CULTURES AGAINST ISCHEMIC-INJURY - CHARACTERIZATION OF THE TIME WINDOW OF PROTECTION

      Brain research
    79. KATO H; KOGURE K; NAKATA N; ARAKI T; ITOYAMA Y
      FACILITATED RECOVERY FROM POSTISCHEMIC SUPPRESSION OF PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS IN THE GERBIL BRAIN WITH ISCHEMIC TOLERANCE

      Brain research bulletin
    80. KATO H; KOGURE K; ARAKI T; LIU XH; KATO K; ITOYAMA Y
      IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL LOCALIZATION OF SUPEROXIDE-DISMUTASE IN THE HIPPOCAMPUS FOLLOWING ISCHEMIA IN A GERBIL MODEL OF ISCHEMIC TOLERANCE

      Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism
    81. PARRATT JR
      POSSIBILITIES FOR THE PHARMACOLOGICAL EXPLOITATION OF ISCHEMIC PRECONDITIONING

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    82. YELLON DM; BAXTER GF
      A 2ND WINDOW OF PROTECTION OR DELAYED PRECONDITIONING PHENOMENON - FUTURE HORIZONS FOR MYOCARDIAL PROTECTION

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    83. STEARE SE; YELLON DM
      THE POTENTIAL FOR ENDOGENOUS MYOCARDIAL ANTIOXIDANTS TO PROTECT THE MYCOCARDIUM AGAINST ISCHEMIA-REPERFUSION INJURY - REFRESHING THE PARTS EXOGENOUS ANTIOXIDANTS CANNOT REACH

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    84. MARBER MS; MESTRIL R; CHI SH; SAYEN MR; YELLON DM; DILLMANN WH
      OVEREXPRESSION OF THE RAT INDUCIBLE 70-KD HEAT-STRESS PROTEIN IN A TRANSGENIC MOUSE INCREASES THE RESISTANCE OF THE HEART TO ISCHEMIC-INJURY

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    85. MARBER MS; BAXTER GF; YELLON DM
      PRODROMAL ANGINA LIMITS INFARCT SIZE - A ROLE FOR ISCHEMIC PRECONDITIONING

      Circulation
    86. HOSHIDA S; KUZUYA T; YAMASHITA N; NISHIDA M; KITAHARA S; HORI M; KAMADA T; TADA M
      GAMMA-GLUTAMYLCYSTEINE ETHYL-ESTER FOR MYOCARDIAL PROTECTION IN DOGS DURING ISCHEMIA AND REPERFUSION

      Journal of the American College of Cardiology
    87. HOSHIDA S; KUZUYA T; YAMASHITA N; NISHIDA M; KITAHARA S; HORI M; KAMADA T; TADA M
      GAMMA-GLUTAMYLCYSTEINE ETHYL-ESTER FOR MYOCARDIAL PROTECTION IN DOGS DURING ISCHEMIA AND REPERFUSION

      Journal of the American College of Cardiology
    88. HOSHIDA S; KUZUYA T; NISHIDA M; YAMASHITA N; HORI M; KAMADA T; TADA M
      EBSELEN PROTECTS AGAINST ISCHEMIA-REPERFUSION INJURY IN A CANINE MODEL OF MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    89. NAKATA N; KATO H; KOGURE K
      ISCHEMIC TOLERANCE AND EXTRACELLULAR AMINO-ACID-CONCENTRATIONS IN GERBIL HIPPOCAMPUS MEASURED BY INTRACEREBRAL MICRODIALYSIS

      Brain research bulletin
    90. MARBER MS
      STRESS PROTEINS AND MYOCARDIAL PROTECTION

      Clinical science
    91. YAMASHITA N; NISHIDA M; HOSHIDA S; KUZUYA T; HORI M; TANIGUCHI N; KAMADA T; TADA M
      INDUCTION OF MANGANESE SUPEROXIDE-DISMUTASE IN RAT CARDIAC MYOCYTES INCREASES TOLERANCE TO HYPOXIA 24 HOURS AFTER PRECONDITIONING

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    92. YELLON DM; MARBER MS
      HSP70 IN MYOCARDIAL-ISCHEMIA

      Experientia
    93. BAXTER GF; MARBER MS; PATEL VC; YELLON DM
      ADENOSINE RECEPTOR INVOLVEMENT IN A DELAYED PHASE OF MYOCARDIAL PROTECTION 24 HOURS AFTER ISCHEMIC PRECONDITIONING

      Circulation
    94. HOSHIDA S; KUZUYA T; NISHIDA M; YAMASHITA N; OE H; HORI M; KAMADA T; TADA M
      ADENOSINE BLOCKADE DURING REPERFUSION REVERSES THE INFARCT LIMITING EFFECT IN PRECONDITIONED CANINE HEARTS

      Cardiovascular Research
    95. KATO H; LIU Y; KOGURE K; KATO K
      INDUCTION OF 27-KDA BEAT SHOCK PROTEIN FOLLOWING CEREBRAL-ISCHEMIA INA RAT MODEL OF ISCHEMIC TOLERANCE

      Brain research
    96. HOSHIDA S; KUZUYA T; YAMASHITA N; OE H; FUJI H; HORI M; TADA M; KAMADA T
      BRIEF MYOCARDIAL-ISCHEMIA AFFECTS FREE-RADICAL GENERATING AND SCAVENGING SYSTEMS IN DOGS

      Heart and vessels
    97. KUZUYA T; HOSHIDA S; YAMASHITA N; FUJI H; OE H; HORI M; KAMADA T; TADA M
      DELAYED-EFFECTS OF SUBLETHAL ISCHEMIA ON THE ACQUISITION OF TOLERANCETO ISCHEMIA

      Circulation research
    98. KATO H; CHEN T; LIU XH; NAKATA N; KOGURE K
      IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL LOCALIZATION OF UBIQUITIN IN GERBIL HIPPOCAMPUS WITH INDUCED TOLERANCE TO ISCHEMIA

      Brain research


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