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Embryonic stem cell therapy shows steady benefits in rebuilding infarcted heart
...ractile function and ventricular remodeling in the infarcted
heart." Going a step further, they add that "the stable benefit of embryonic stem cell therapy on myocardial structure and function in this experimental model supports the potential for stem cell-based reparative treatment of myocardial infarction. B...
Dampened hopes for transplanting bone marrow stem cells in heart attacks
... is that the transplanted cells that remain in the infarcted
area retain their identity as blood cells. On the other hand, outside the infarcted
area a so-called fusion did occur between the transplanted cells and heart muscle cells. Such fused...
JCI Table of Contents, 1 October, 2003
...well as long term preservation of the ischemic and infarcted
heart. TITLE: A novel protective effect of erythropoietin in the infarcted
heart AUTHOR CONTACT: Walter J. Koch Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. P...
Can heart failure impair thinking?
...ain infarction sites in the sample were noted. The infarcted
site of the one subject did not overlay any of the regional areas with reduced gray matter volume. Insular cortex and basal ganglia: Significant gray matter loss occurred in both the left and right insular cortex, with the loss being substantially l...