Cardiovascular Proteomics

@article{White2007CardiovascularP,
  title={Cardiovascular Proteomics},
  author={Melanie Y. White and Jennifer E. Van Eyk},
  journal={Molecular Diagnosis & Therapy},
  year={2007},
  volume={11},
  pages={83-95}
}
With cardiovascular (CV)-related disorders accounting for the highest mortality rates in the world, affecting the quantity and quality of life of patients and creating an economic burden of prolonged therapeutic intervention, there is great significance in understanding the cellular and molecular alterations that influence the progression of these pathologies. The cellular genotype is regulated by the DNA component, whilst the cellular phenotype is influenced by the protein complement. By… CONTINUE READING

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