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The adaptive changes in the isoenzyme pattern of myosin from hypertrophied rat myocardium as a result of pressure overload and physical training
  • H. Rupp
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Basic Research in Cardiology
  • 2005
SummaryThe distribution of cardiac myosin isoenzymes is altered as a result of pressure overload and physical training. Using polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis in sodium pyrophosphate, it was foundExpand
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Polymorphic myosin as the common determinant of myofibrillar ATPase in different haemodynamic and thyroid states
  • H. Rupp
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Basic Research in Cardiology
  • 2005
SummaryChronic alterations in haemodynamic load or thyroid state affect the ATPase activity of myofibrils from the rat heart. In order to determine the limits of such an adaptational reaction, theExpand
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Modulation of tension generation at the myofibrillar level—an analysis of the effect of magnesium adenosine triphosphate, magnesium, pH, sarcomere length and state of phosphorylation
  • H. Rupp
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Basic Research in Cardiology
  • 1 March 1980
SummaryIt is well documented that changes in contractility of the heart can originate from alterations at the level of the sarcolemma and the intracellular Ca2+ stores. Less is known on theExpand
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Cooperative effects of calcium on myofibrillar ATPase of normal and hypertrophied heart
  • H. Rupp
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Basic Research in Cardiology
  • 2005
SummaryThe ATPase of myofibrils from normal and hypertrophied rat heart was studied in relation to the Ca2+-dependence of the reaction. The experimental data were fitted to theoretical curves basedExpand
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Association of ventricular myosin heavy chains in functional states which lead to isoenzyme populations encompassing the whole range of possible distribution
  • H. Rupp
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Basic Research in Cardiology
  • 1 November 1985
SummaryA statistical model is presented which describes quantitatively the distribution of ventricular myosin (VM) isoenzymes VM-1, VM-2 and VM-3. In order to account for the actual distribution ofExpand