Role Of Genetic Polymorphisms Of Ion Channels In The Pathophysiology Of Coronary Microvascular Dysfunction And Ischemic Heart Disease

Title

Role Of Genetic Polymorphisms Of Ion Channels In The Pathophysiology Of Coronary Microvascular Dysfunction And Ischemic Heart Disease

Creator

Fedele F; Mancone M; Chilian W M; Severino P; Canali E; Logan S; De Marchis M L; Volterrani M; Palmirotta R; Guadagni F

Publisher

Basic Research in Cardiology

Date

2013
2013-11

Subject

artery-disease; atherosclerosis; Atrial fibrillation; Cardiovascular System & Cardiology; Coronary microcirculation; dysfunction; endothelial; Endothelium; gene; Genetic polymorphisms; Ion channels; Ischemic heart disease; k-atp channels; kir6.2; late sodium current; nitric-oxide; sensitive potassium channels; smooth-muscle; type-2 diabetes-mellitus; vascular

Format

Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication

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Pages

12-12

Issue

6

Volume

108

Citation

Fedele F; Mancone M; Chilian W M; Severino P; Canali E; Logan S; De Marchis M L; Volterrani M; Palmirotta R; Guadagni F, “Role Of Genetic Polymorphisms Of Ion Channels In The Pathophysiology Of Coronary Microvascular Dysfunction And Ischemic Heart Disease,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed October 20, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/9485.

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