Keum Yee Kang

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The myocardial interstitium is important in regulating cardiac function. Between the atrial lumen and the pericardial space are transmural pathways, and movement of interstitial fluid (ISF) through these pathways is one of the main driving forces regulating translocation of substances from the interstitium into the blood. To define how ISF translocation(More)
Gap junction channels formed of connexins directly link the cytoplasm of adjacent cells and have been implicated in intercellular signaling that may regulate the functions of vascular cells. To facilitate connexin manipulation and analysis of their roles in adult endothelial cells, we developed adenoviruses containing the vascular connexins (Cx37, Cx40, and(More)
Seul, Kyung Hwan, Jeong Hee Han, Keum Yee Kang, Sung Zoo Kim, and Suhn Hee Kim. Regulation of ANP secretion by cardiac Na /Ca2 exchanger using a new controlled atrial model. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol 284: R31–R40, 2003. First published September 5, 2002; 10.1152/ajpregu.00408.2002.—The myocardial interstitium is important in regulating cardiac(More)
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