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    • Attenuation of endoplasmic reticulum stress using the chemical chaperone 4-phenylbutyric acid prevents cardiac fibrosis induced by isoproterenol 

      Ayala, Pedro; Montenegro, José; Vivar, Raúl; Letelier, Alan; Urroz, Pablo Aránguiz; Copaja, Miguel; Pivet, Deisy; Humeres, Claudio; Troncoso, Rodrigo; Vicencio, José Miguel; Lavandero González, Sergio; Díaz Araya, Guillermo (2012)
      Increasing evidence indicates that endoplasmic reticulum (ER) stress is involved in various diseases. In the human heart, ischemia/reperfusion has been correlated to ER stress, and several markers of the unfolded protein ...
    • Heart energy metabolism and its role in the treatment of heart failure Metabolismo energético del corazón y sus proyecciones en el tratamiento de la insuficiencia cardíaca 

      Castro, Pablo; Gabrielli, Luigi; Verdejo, Hugo; Greig, Douglas; Mellado, Rosemarie; Concepción, Roberto; Sepulveda, Luis; Vukasovic, José Luis; García, Lorena; Pizarro, Marcela; Pivet, Deisy; Carrillo, Constanza; Tapia, Fabiola; Navarro, Mario; Troncoso, Rodrigo; Baraon (2010)
      It is unknown why heart failure progresses even when patients are treated with the best therapy available. Evidences suggest that heart failure progression is due to loss of neurohumoral blockade in advanced stages of the ...
    • Metabolismo energético del corazón y sus proyecciones en el tratamiento de la insuficiencia cardíaca 

      Castro, Pablo; Gabrielli, Luigi A.; Verdejo, Hugo; Greig, Douglas; Mellado, Rose Marie; Concepción, Roberto; Sepúlveda Morales, Luis; Vukasovic Ramírez, José Luis; García Nannig, Lorena; Pizarro, Marcela; Pivet, Deisy; Carrillo, Constanza; Tapia, Fabiola; Navarro, Mario; Troncoso, Rodrigo; Baraona, Fernando; Llevaneras, Silvana; Hernández, Claudia; Godoy, Iván; Jalil Milad, Jorge; Quintana, Juan Carlos; Orellana, Pilar; Chiong Lay, Mario; Lavandero González, Sergio (SOC MEDICA SANTIAGO, 2010-08)
      It is unknown why heart failure progresses even when patients are treated with the best therapy available. Evidences suggest that heart failure progression is due to loss of neurohumoral blockade in advanced stages of the ...