Alpha-adrenergic activation of myocardial NF kappa B during hemorrhage.


Hemorrhage and resuscitation has been recognized as an exclusively destructive process which results in multiple organ dysfunction. Although it is well established that endogenous adaptation (preconditioning) mechanisms exist, it is unknown whether hemorrhage and resuscitation induces endogenous adaptive/protective mechanisms in the heart. Furthermore… (More)


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