Functional and neurochemical evidence for partial cardiac sympathetic reinnervation after cardiac transplantation in humans.

@article{Kaye1993FunctionalAN,
  title={Functional and neurochemical evidence for partial cardiac sympathetic reinnervation after cardiac transplantation in humans.},
  author={David M. Kaye and Murray David Esler and Bronwyn Kingwell and Grant A. McPherson and Don S Esmore and Garry L Jennings},
  journal={Circulation},
  year={1993},
  volume={88 3},
  pages={1110-8}
}
BACKGROUND The presence of cardiac reinnervation in humans after cardiac transplantation has been widely debated, based on the application of differing methods for the assessment of neuronal function. Some of these techniques have been rather indirect; consequently, the time course and extent of cardiac reinnervation remains uncertain. METHODS AND RESULTS To test for the presence of cardiac reinnervation after transplantation, we examined neurochemical (radiolabeled norepinephrine [NE… CONTINUE READING
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