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Heat Shock Proteins in Myocardial Protection by Rakesh C. Kukreja

By Rakesh C. Kukreja

This e-book describes the function of warmth surprise proteins myocardial ischemia. It addresses the function of warmth surprise proteins in ischemia-reperfusion, in myocardial defense, within the functionality of protein kinase C (PKC) and potassium channels, in tumor necrosis issue functionality, and in antisense.

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