Molecular Basis of Cardiovascular Disease: A Companion to Braunwald's Heart Disease
The 2nd Edition of this heralded companion to Braunwald's Heart Disease explores the molecular mechanisms of cardiology and the scientific advances that are changing the practice of cardiology today. International experts discuss the role of genetics in cardiovascular disease · the molecular basis of ischemic disease, thrombosis and hypertension · genetic mapping approaches to inherited disorders · biologically targeted agents for hypertension and heart failure · and much more. Abundant figures and tables illustrate key concepts.
With 55 additional contributing experts.
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SECTION 1 11 Development of Cardiac Pacemaking
Model Organisms for Cardiac Disease Gene 13 Pharyngeal Apparatus and Cardiac Neural
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