Circadian-Regulated Cell Death in Cardiovascular Diseases

@article{RabinovichNikitin2019CircadianRegulatedCD,
  title={Circadian-Regulated Cell Death in Cardiovascular Diseases},
  author={Inna Rabinovich-Nikitin and Brooke Lieberman and Tami A Martino and Lorrie A Kirshenbaum},
  journal={Circulation},
  year={2019},
  volume={139},
  pages={965–980}
}
Background: Over the past several years, a variety of human and animal studies have shown that circadian clocks regulate biological cardiovascular rhythms in both health and disease. For example, heart rate and blood pressure fluctuate over 24-hour daily periods, such that levels are higher in the morning and progressively decline in the evening. Methods and Results: It is interesting to note that the timing of the administration of various cardiac treatments can also benefit some… 

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