Agnes Végh

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Dogs were subjected to exercise on a treadmill, using a protocol in which the speed and slope were increased every 3 min, and which elevated both heart rate (to a mean of 198+/-14 beats.min(-1)) and mean arterial blood pressure (to 150+/-4 mmHg). Then, 24 or 48 h later, the dogs were anaesthetized with a mixture of alpha-chloralose and urethane and(More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to determine whether uncoupling of gap junctions (GJ) prior to ischaemia would modify the antiarrhythmic effect of ischaemic preconditioning (PC) in a canine model of ischaemia/reperfusion. METHODS Twenty control dogs, anaesthetised with chloralose and urethane, were thoracotomised and subjected either to a 25 or a 60(More)
The aim of the present study was to identify gene expression changes in the rapid cardiac pacing-induced delayed antiarrhythmic protection in the canine, using cDNA microarrays and quantitative real-time PCR (QRT -PCR) techniques. In all dogs under light pentobarbitone anaesthesia, a pacing electrode was introduced into the right ventricle, and then the(More)
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