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Using MR elastography to measure the hearts stiffness

The effects of geometry on stiffness measurements in high-field magnetic resonance elastography: A study on rodent cardiac phantoms

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Signaling protein Syndecan-4 reveals new knowledge of the female heart

The female syndecan-4-/- heart has smaller cardiomyocytes, augmented insulin/pSer473-Akt/pSer9-GSK-3β signaling, and lowered SCOP, pThr308-Akt/Akt and GLUT4 levels

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Seminars and conferences

Strong contributions at the 20th Annual Oslo Symposium on Heart Research

This year over one-hundred cardiac researchers from around Norway ascended to the beautiful peak of Holmenkollen to take part in the 20th Annual Norwegian Symposium on Heart Research.

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Prolonged β-Adrenergic stimulation and heart failure disperses ryanodine receptor clusters

Prolonged β-adrenergic stimulation disperses ryanodine receptor clusters in cardiomyocytes and has implications for heart failure.

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Our research

Why sex is relevant: new insight into the female heart

The Carlson group at IEMR explores how men and women are different – at a molecular level!

 

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Adipose tissue distribution and cardio-metabolic syndrome in juvenile dermatomyositis

Adipose tissue distribution is associated with cardio-metabolic alterations in adult patients with juvenile-onset dermatomyositis

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In focus

New opportunities for translational electrophysiology at IEMR

Over the last two years, the core facility for large animal research at IEMR has added invasive electrophysiology to its already comprehensive technological and surgical opportunities.

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More evidence for exercise at young age in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy

Exercise training during childhood and adolescence is associated with favorable diastolic function in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.

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Treating the sick heart using the bodys own hormones

Professor at IEMR, Dr Alessandro Cataliotti, explains how he and his group have worked on innovative therapeutic and delivery systems to heal heart diseases.

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Seminars and conferences

IEMR at ESC Working Group on Cardiac Cellular Electrophysiology conference

Mathis Korseberg Stokke, Mani Sadredini and Marie Haugsten Hansen attended the 46th ESC Working Group on Cardiac Cellular Electrophysiology conference in Toledo, Spain which was held from the 4th-6th June.  Hansen presented her abstract “CaMKIIδ-oxidation is not a critical factor for the development of early-reperfusion arrhythmias in Langendorff-perfused hearts” in poster session 2.

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