Alteration in Phospholipidome Profile of Myoblast H9c2 Cell Line in a Model of Myocardium Starvation and Ischemia

@article{Sousa2016AlterationIP,
  title={Alteration in Phospholipidome Profile of Myoblast H9c2 Cell Line in a Model of Myocardium Starvation and Ischemia},
  author={B. Sousa and T. Melo and A. Campos and A. Moreira and E. Maciel and P. Domingues and Rita Pereira Carvalho and Teresa Ribeiro Rodrigues and H. Gir{\~a}o and M. Domingues},
  journal={Journal of Cellular Physiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={231}
}
Myocardium infarction is one of the most deathly cardiovascular diseases. It is characterized by myocardium ischemia as a result of nutrients depletion and hypoxia. The cell can respond to this injury by autophagy or apoptosis, which determines the evolution and possible recovery of the myocardium infarction. Lipids play an important role in cardiovascular disease. However reports stating lipidome variations in cardiovascular disease are scarce and the role that lipids play in this pathological… Expand
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