Hugues Gosselin

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Sympathetic fiber innervation of the damaged region following injury represents a conserved event of wound healing. The present study tested the hypothesis that impaired scar healing in post-myocardial infarction (post-MI) rats was associated with a reduction of sympathetic fibers innervating the infarct region. In 1-wk post-MI rats,(More)
Nerve fiber innervation of the scar following myocardial damage may have occurred either via the growth of pre-existing fibers and/or the mobilization of neural stem cells. The present study examined whether neural stem cells were recruited to the infarct region of the rat heart following coronary artery ligation. The neural stem cell marker nestin was(More)
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