Hanying Chen

Bai-Yan Li3
Weinian Shou2
Wen-Xiao Xu2
Jing-Long Yan2
Guo-Fen Qiao2
3Bai-Yan Li
2Weinian Shou
2Wen-Xiao Xu
2Jing-Long Yan
2Guo-Fen Qiao
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  • Mohammad Pashmforoush, Jonathan T Lu, Hanying Chen, Tara St Amand, Richard Kondo, Sylvain Pradervand +9 others
  • 2004
Human mutations in Nkx2-5 lead to progressive cardiomyopathy and conduction defects via unknown mechanisms. To define these pathways, we generated mice with a ventricular-restricted knockout of Nkx2-5, which display no structural defects but have progressive complete heart block, and massive trabecular muscle overgrowth found in some patients with Nkx2-5(More)
Developing myocardial cells respond to signals from the endocardial layer to form a network of trabeculae that characterize the ventricles of the vertebrate heart. Abnormal myocardial trabeculation results in specific cardiomyopathies in humans and yet trabecular development is poorly understood. We show that trabeculation requires Brg1, a chromatin(More)
BACKGROUND Dobutamine is commonly used for clinical management of heart failure and its pharmacological effects have long been investigated as inotropics via β-receptor activation. However, there is no electrophysiological evidence if dobutamine contributes inotropic action due at least partially to the reverse mode of Na+-Ca2+ exchanger (NCX) activation.(More)
Image classification, namely classifying thousands of images into different classes, is an important task in images organization. Although many existing methods attempt to address this task, most of those are proposed in a supervised way based on the labeled data. However, in real world the labeled data is usually hard to obtain while large amounts of(More)
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