Transcoronary gene transfer of SERCA2a increases coronary blood flow and decreases cardiomyocyte size in a Type 2 diabetic rat model

  • S. Sakata, D. Lebeche, Y. Sakata, N. Sakata, E. R. Chemaly, L. Liang, C. Nakajima-Takenaka, T. Tsuji, N. Konishi, F. del Monte, R. J. Hajjar, M. Takaki
  • AJP Heart and Circulatory Physiology, October 2006, American Physiological Society
  • DOI: 10.1152/ajpheart.00892.2006

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