Molecular cardiology: The Molecular Cardiology involves the study of the molecular mechanisms of cardiovascular biology and human cardiovascular diseases. It focuses on discovering novel pathways that modulate cardiac hypertrophy, aging and metabolic diseases with specific attention to interpreting bench findings to new bedside approaches and strategies.
Cellular cardiology: Heart failure is the chief cause of mortality worldwide. Cardiac remodeling is the adaptive mechanism that causes ventricular dysfunction. In present article the authors explain the elements of the human heart and their examination of basic functions and their inter-communication under both normal and pathological circumstances.
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Title : Optimizing nutrition for infants with congenital heart disease
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Title : Effect of extracardial myocardial revascularization on long-term results of surgical treatment of patients with coronary heart disease
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Title : Between the brain and the heart: Effects of reward system activation on the recovery process following myocardial infarction
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Title : Targets for the prevention of comorbidity of cardiovascular and oncological diseases
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