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In hypoxia-ischemia, CaM kinase is over-activated, but hypothermia has been shown to decrease this enzyme's activation.
For the study, researchers used rabbit heart cells, which behave much like human heart cells, and demonstrated that if CaM kinase is prevented from interacting with a protein that regulates calcium channels, negative effects, including cell death, do not occur.