Extracellular Matrix Remodeling and Its Role in Myocardial Regeneration Following Infarction

Sullivan, Kelly Elizabeth.


  • Abstract: The extracellular matrix is no longer considered a static support structure for cells, but a dynamic signaling network with the power to influence cell, tissue and whole organ physiology. In the myocardium, the synthesis, deposition and degradation of matrix proteins are critical for the development and maintenance of functional heart tissue as well as the stabilization of the organ foll... read more
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