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Jarrad M Scarlett, Darren D Bowe, Xinxia Zhu, Ayesha K Batra, Wilmon F Grant, and Daniel L Marks

WT-Sham 0.16±0.01 g, P <0.001; Table 1 ). The HW-to-BW ratio (HW:BW), a well-established index of cardiac hypertrophy, was significantly greater for WT-MI mice compared to WT-Sham mice (WT-MI 13.7±0.54 g versus WT-Sham 6.39±0.17 g, P <0.001; Table

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Amanda E Garza, Elijah Trefts, Isis A Katayama Rangel, Danielle Brooks, Rene Baudrand, Burhanuddin Moize, Jose R Romero, Sanjay Ranjit, Thitinan Treesaranuwattana, Tham M Yao, Gail K Adler, Luminita H Pojoga, and Gordon H Williams

significantly reduced in the L-NAME/AngII treated WT mice compared to WT control mice. Striatin deficiency did not modify L-NAME/AngII induced cardiac injury As an assessment of cardiac hypertrophy, we measured the heart to body weight (BW) ratio. L

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Rachel V Richardson, Emma J Batchen, Adrian J W Thomson, Rowan Darroch, Xinlu Pan, Eva A Rog-Zielinska, Wiktoria Wyrzykowska, Kathleen Scullion, Emad A S Al-Dujaili, Mary E Diaz, Carmel M Moran, Christopher J Kenyon, Gillian A Gray, and Karen E Chapman

(VSM) MR knockout is protective against age-related hypertension and cardiac hypertrophy, it has negligible effect on blood pressure and heart size in young mice (<7 months of age) ( McCurley et al . 2012 ). The physiological role of GR in the

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Peter Kolkhof and Lars Bärfacker

1942, he reported that desoxycorticosterone (as the acetate, DOCA), a precursor of aldosterone that was crystallized a decade later, induces nephrosclerosis accompanied by cardiac hypertrophy in animals ( Selye 1942 ). Later, Selye found that