Alterations of Excitation-contraction Coupling in the Failing Human Heart

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Gerd Hasenfuss, Hanjörg Just
Steinkopff, 1998 - Medical - 197 pages
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"This book provides an approach to summarize the current knowledge on the alteration of excitation-contraction coupling processes in the failing human heart. On the basis of the most recent data, international experts in this field elaborate on the functional, biochemical, and molecular aspects of excitation-contraction coupling processes in the mammalian myocardium. In this context, alterations observed in the failing human myocardium are reviewed and critically discussed. The book contains fifteen different chapters and covers various aspects relevant to excitation-contraction coupling processes."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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Contents

Sites of regulatory interaction between calcium ATPases and phospholamban
17
Phosphorylation and regulation of the Capumping ATPase in cardiac
39
Sitespecific phosphorylation of a phospholamban peptide by cyclic
55
Expression and function of the cardiac Na+Ca exchanger in postnatal
77
Cadependent and Caindependent regulation of contractility in isolated
123
Calcium handling proteins in the failing human heart
141
Contributions of Cainflux via the Ltype Cacurrent and Carelease
169
Subject Index
195
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