Nuclear accumulation of myocyte muscle LIM protein is regulated by heme oxygenase 1 and correlates with cardiac function in the transition to failure.

@article{Paudyal2016NuclearAO,
  title={Nuclear accumulation of myocyte muscle LIM protein is regulated by heme oxygenase 1 and correlates with cardiac function in the transition to failure.},
  author={Anju Paudyal and Sukriti Dewan and Cindy Ikie and Benjamin J. Whalley and Pieter P. de Tombe and Samuel Y. Boateng},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={594 12},
  pages={3287-305}
}
KEY POINTS The present study investigated the mechanism associated with impaired cardiac mechanosensing that leads to heart failure by examining the factors regulating muscle LIM protein subcellular distribution in myocytes. In myocytes, muscle LIM protein subcellular distribution is regulated by cell contractility rather than passive stretch via heme… CONTINUE READING