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A rhythmic collaboration: Key articles from IEMR for Norwegian Cardiologists caring for patients with PVCs
Premature ventricular complexes (PVC) is one of the most common ventricular arrhythmias encountered in clinical practice, and although most often benign, may cause debilitating symptoms, risk of left ventricular dysfunction, or life-threatening arrhythmias.
PhD Defence: Tore Kristian Danielsen
Tore Kristian Danielsen from the Stokke group has defended the thesis “Arrhythmia mechanisms and effects of exercise training in CPVT and post-infarction heart failure” for the degree of PhD (Philosophiae Doctor).
November 10, 2022
IEMR at Matrix Biology Europe
This late September, IEMR researchers traveled to Italy for Matrix Biology Europe; one of the largest conferences in the world for ECM biology. Read more
IEMR – Project meeting,
21. October 2022
Using MR elastography to measure the hearts stiffness
Smith L, Skulberg V, Zhang L, Sjaastad I, Espe E (2022)
The effects of geometry on stiffness measurements in high-field magnetic resonance elastography: A study on rodent cardiac phantoms
Signaling protein Syndecan-4 reveals new knowledge of the female heart
Støle TP, Lunde M, Shen X, Martinsen M, Lunde PK, Li J, Lockwood F, Sjaastad I, Louch WE, Aronsen JM, Christensen G, Carlson CR (2022)
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
Strong contributions by IEMR 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.
Prolonged β-Adrenergic stimulation and heart failure disperses ryanodine receptor clusters
Shen X, van den Brink J, Bergan-Dahl A, Kolstad TR, Norden ES, Hou Y, Laasmaa M, Aguilar-Sanchez Y, Quick AP, Espe EKS, Sjaastad I, Wehrens XHT, Edwards AG, Soeller C, Louch WE
Prolonged β-adrenergic stimulation disperses ryanodine receptor clusters in cardiomyocytes and has implications for heart failure.
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!
Adipose tissue distribution and cardio-metabolic syndrome in juvenile dermatomyositis
Henriette S Marstein, Birgit N Witczak, Kristin Godang, Thomas Schwartz, Berit Flatø, Jens Bollerslev, Ivar Sjaastad, Helga Sanner.
Adipose tissue distribution is associated with cardio-metabolic alterations in adult patients with juvenile-onset dermatomyositis
Institute for Experimental Medical Research
Oslo University Hospital, Ullevål
PB 4956 Nydalen