The cardiac repair response of Xenopus laevis tadpoles to KillerRed-induced oxidative stress

Jewhurst, Kyle.


  • Abstract: The heart is an organ of vital importance and great fragility. In humans, damage to the heart leads to scarring, dysfunction, and heart failure. In contrast, amphibian hearts have heightened reparative abilities, and an understanding of how they accomplish this feat can lead to a greater knowledge of improving human heart health. We have developed a novel optogenetic model of heart disea... read more
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