Exercise Training Decreases Store-operated Ca2+ Entry Associated With Metabolic Syndrome And Coronary Atherosclerosis

Title

Exercise Training Decreases Store-operated Ca2+ Entry Associated With Metabolic Syndrome And Coronary Atherosclerosis

Creator

Edwards J M; Neeb Z P; Alloosh M; Long X; Bratz I N; Peller C R; Byrd J P; Kumar S; Obukhov A G; Sturek M

Publisher

Cardiovascular Research

Date

2010
2010-02

Subject

artery-disease; calcium; calcium channel; Cardiovascular System & Cardiology; cardiovascular-disease; channels; Coronary smooth muscle; diabetic dyslipidemia; endothelial-cells; hyperplasia; Intravascular ultrasound; neointimal; Orai1; ossabaw miniature swine; ossabaw miniature swine; porcine model; smooth-muscle; STIM1; Store-operated; Transient receptor potential 1 channel

Identifier

Format

Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication

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Pages

631-640

Issue

3

Volume

85

Citation

Edwards J M; Neeb Z P; Alloosh M; Long X; Bratz I N; Peller C R; Byrd J P; Kumar S; Obukhov A G; Sturek M, “Exercise Training Decreases Store-operated Ca2+ Entry Associated With Metabolic Syndrome And Coronary Atherosclerosis,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed April 17, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/9413.

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