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Recent studies have demonstrated that aging or senescence constitutes a potential limitation to the ability of endothelial progenitor cells (EPCs) to sustain ischemic tissue repair. Excess amount of reactive oxygen species (ROS) is involved in senescence, causing defective neovascularization....
Accumulating clinical and experimental evidence indicates that stem cells from various sources are promising in the treatment of cardiac dysfunction. They may be incorporated into neovascular foci and thus contribute to postnatal physiological and pathological vasculogenesis and/or produce a...
Objective: Hypertension affects 73 million Americans and costs the US healthcare system over $73 billion annually. Despite increasing awareness of the consequences of uncontrolled hypertension, numerous antihypertensive pharmacologic clinical studies and consistent updates to hypertension...
With the growing worldwide obesity epidemic, obesity, type 2 diabetes mellitus and hypertension leading to premature cardiovascular events, are increasingly prevalent. Diabetes mellitus is a significant public health concern and more aggressive management of the condition and its complications,...
Objective: Angiotensin II has a critical role in the regulation of blood pressure and cell growth and excess activity of the peptide is implicated in the pathogenesis of salt-induced cardiovascular injury. On the other hand, the role of counteracting angiotensin-(1-7) in cardiac structural and...
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