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FACS – new method and equipment

The heart contains more than 20 different cell types and sub-populations. Separating different cell types from each other allows more precise analysis of the cells.

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A steady-handed robot for faster and more precise genotyping

A new method for genotyping is now being implemented at the Laboratory and Technical sections at IEMR. It is faster, more reliable and reduces cost.

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Publications

Cardiac masses and function after expedition to extreme altitude

Extreme altitude induces divergent mass reduction of right and left ventricle in mountain climbers

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New imaging technology can shoot close-ups of myocardial function

One step closer to myocardial physiology: From PV loop analysis to state-of-the-art myocardial imaging

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Riding the Tube: Cardiac Transverse Tubules in Physiology and Heart Failure

Cardiac Transverse Tubules in Physiology and Heart Failure

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People

People at IEMR: Mani Sadredini

Mani Sadredini started at IEMR as a research curriculum student, and is now in the final stretch of his PhD.

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General

UiO blog: The heart’s rythm is the rythm of life – always changing

The heart is like a jazz bands attentive rythm section: Always responding to impulses from the rest of the body. But how?

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A potential anti-fibrotic role for ADAMTSL2 in heart failure

The extracellular matrix glycoprotein ADAMTSL2 is increased in heart failure and inhibits TGFβ signalling in cardiac fibroblasts

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Seminars and conferences

IEMR – Project meeting
Daniele Catalucci, IRGB, Milan, Italy

10. December 2021

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A new concept of CaMKII regulation and a crucial role of AKAP18δ in regulation of the heartbeat

AKAP18δ anchors and regulates CaMKII activity at phospholamban-SERCA2 and RYR

 

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