Sharon Lequeux

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BACKGROUND Diabetes promotes progressive loss of cardiac cells, which are replaced by a fibrotic matrix, resulting in the loss of cardiac function. In the current study we sought to identify if excessive autophagy plays a major role in inducing this progressive loss. METHODS AND RESULTS Immunofluorescence and western blotting analysis of the right atrial(More)
This data article contains full list of autophagy related genes that are altered in diabetic heart. This article also shows data from in vitro cultured cardiomyocytes that are exposed the high glucose treatment to simulate hyperglycemic state in vitro. The interpretation of these data and further extensive insights into the regulation of SG biogenesis by(More)
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