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  • Regenerative Potential of Neonatal Porcine Hearts. [Journal Article]
  • CircCirculation 2018 Jul 20
  • Zhu W, Zhang E, … Zhang J
  • Background -Rodent hearts can regenerate myocardium lost to apical resection or myocardial infarction for up to 7 days after birth, but whether a similar window for myocardial regeneration also exis...
  • Early Regenerative Capacity in the Porcine Heart. [Journal Article]
  • CircCirculation 2018 Jul 20
  • Ye L, D'Agostino G, … Cook SA
  • Background -The adult mammalian heart has limited ability to repair itself following injury. Zebrafish, newts and neonatal mice can regenerate cardiac tissue, largely by cardiac myocyte (CM) prolife...
  • Cardiomyopathy and Preeclampsia: Shared Genetics? [Journal Article]
  • CircCirculation 2018 Jul 18
  • Gammill HS, Chettier R, … Ward K
  • Background -Preeclampsia (PE), is associated with diastolic dysfunction, peripartum cardiomyopathy (CM), and both preexisting and subsequent maternal cardiovascular disease (CVD). Gene mutations cau...
  • Temporal Trends in Contemporary Use of Ventricular Assist Devices by Race and Ethnicity. [Journal Article]
  • CHCirc Heart Fail 2018; 11(8):e005008
  • Breathett K, Allen LA, … Peterson PN
  • CONCLUSIONS: From 2012 to 2015, VAD implantation rates increased among African-Americans but not other racial/ethnic groups. The greatest increase in rate was observed among middle-aged African-American men, suggesting a decline in racial disparities. Further investigation is warranted to reduce disparities among women and older racial/ethnic minorities.
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