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CARDIOMYOPATHIES AND HEART FAILURE- Biomolecular- Infectious&Immune-9781402074387
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This volume comprises the most up-to-date account of existing knowledge on the subject of cardiomyopathy and heart failure. Its multidisciplinary approach covers cardiovascular medicine biochemistry immunology molecular biology virology epidemiology and clinical medicine.
Cardiomyopathies and Heart Failure:
-Covers all major investigational and clinical aspects of the topic
-Provides syntheses as well as reviews
-Offers a unique multidisciplinary and international perspective
-Includes an extensive list of references to relevant work
-Targeted towards practicing physicians and basic researchers

I: Introductory Chapter.
Cardiomyopathies and Heart Failure: Biomolecular, Infections and Immune Mechanisms A. Matsumori.
II: Cytokines in Cardiomyopathies and Heart Failure.
1. Chemokines and Cardiovascular Diseases K. Matsushima, et al. 2. Negative Regulator of Cytokine Signaling (SOCS) Genes in Inflammation I. Kinjyo, et al. 3. The Interleukin-6 Family of Cytokines and their Receptors in Patients with Congestive Heart Failure K. Yamauchi-Takihara, et al. 4. Animal Model of Cardiomyopathy Due to Overexpression of TNF-alpha T. Kubota.
III: Autoimmunity in Cardiomyopathies and Heart Failure.
5. Myosin Autoreactive T Cells and Autoimmune Myocarditis: Lessons from the Disease Caused by Cardiac Myosin Peptide CM2 T. Izumi, et al. 6. Autoimmunity in Cardiomyopathies M. Noutsias, et al. 7. Anti-G-Protein Coupled Cardiac Receptor Autoantibodies in Dilated Cardiomyopathy M. Fu. 8. Clinical Significance of Circulating Cardiac Autoantibodies in Dilated Cardiomyopathy and Myocarditis A.L.P. Caforio, W.J. McKenna.
IV: Mast Cell Mediators and Human Diseases: Basic Aspects.
9. Development of Mast Cells: Process and Regulatory Mechanisms Y. Kitamura, et al. 10. Mast Cells in Experimental Myocardial Infarction N.G. Frangogiannis, M.L. Entman. 11. possible Involvement of Mast Cells in the Development of Fibrosis M. Kurosawa, et al. 12. Human Mast Cell Chymase and 31 Amino Acid Endothelin-1 H. Kido, et al. 13. Tryptase from Human mast Cells L.B. Schwartz. 14. Effects of the Tryptase Receptor Activating Peptide and Antibodies against the Tryptase Receptor PAR-2 on Neonatal Rat Cardiomyocytes in Culture G. Wallukat, et al.
V: Mast Cell Mediators and Human Diseases Clinical Aspects.
15. Role of Human Heart Mast Cells in Immunologic and Inflammatory Mechanisms Underlying Cardiovascular Disorders G. Marone, et al. 16. Mast Cells in Atherosclerotic Human Coronary Arteries: Implications for Coronary Fatty Streak Formation and Plaque Erosion or Rupture P.T. Kovanen, et al. 17. The Key Role of Mast Cells in the Evolution to Congestive Heart Failure M. Hara, et al.
VI: Viral Etiology of Cardiomyopathies and Heart Failure.
18. Links between Viral Infections and Heart Disease C.J. Gauntt, et al. 19. Molecular Detection and Characterization of Human Enteroviruses M.A. Pallansch, M.S. Oberste. 20. Detection and Biological Implications of Genetic Memeory in Viral Quasispecies E. Domingo, et al. 21. The Group B Coxsackieviruses as Vaccines and Vectors N.M. Chapman, et al. 22. Detection of Important Diagnostic Markers of HCV Infection H.A. Fields.
VII: Diagnosis and Treatment of Myocarditis.
23. Large Animal Model of Viral Myocarditis M.K. Njenga, et al. 24. Hepatitis C Virus and Cardiomyopathy Y. Sato, et al. 25. Diagnosis and Treatment of Myocarditis: The Role of Adenovirus Infection in Cardiomyopathy and Heart Failure J.A. Towbin, N.E. Bowles. 26. The Natural History of Viral Myocarditis: Pathogenic Role of Adrenergic System Dysfunction in the Development of Idiopathic Dilated Cardiomyopathy P.M. Seferovic, et al. 27. Clinical Diagnosis of Myocarditis G.W. Dec. 28. Recent Advances in Giant Cell Mytosis L.T. Cooper Jr. 29. Registry of Myocarditis and Heart Failure Min Nian, et al.
VIII: Molecular and Genetic Analyses in Heart Disease.
30. Molecular Etiology of Idiopathic Cardiomyopathy A. Kimura, et al. 31. Gene-Based Therapy of Long QT Syndrome J.W. Mason.
IX: The Future in the Management of Cardiomyopathies and Heart Failure.
32. How does Adenosine Mediate Cardioprotection? M. Kitkaze, et al. 33. Protection of Cell Injury by Thioredoxin K. Shioji, et al. 34. Hematopoietic Stem Cells and Angiogenesis N. Takakura. 35. Transplanting Cells for the Treatment of Cardiomyopathy K. Tambara, et al. 36. Toward an Ideal Large Animal Model of Dilated Cardiomyopathy to Study Left Ventricular Volume Reduction Surgery T. Koyama, et al. 37. Heart Transplantation: 35 Years of Progress R.J. Rodeheffer. 38. Genes of the Major Histcompatability Complex Class II Influence the Phenotype of Cardiomyopathies Associated with Hepatitis C Virus Infection A. Matsumori, et al.

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