With regard to age, although the older group had larger amounts of fat both in epicardium
and myocardium, no statistical difference was found between the groups (Table 1).
demonstrated the activation of Aldh1a2 in the endocardium and epicardium
and showed that retinoic acid signaling is crucial for CM proliferation during zebrafish cardiac regeneration .
Through morphological assessment and functional assay, they found that the generated epicardium
cells were similar to epicardium
cells in living humans and those grown in the laboratory.
Figure 6 compares the normal and abnormal epicardium
action potentials, showing k, [h.sub.L], and [H.sub.R] have influences on epicardium
action potential forms.
Crystals found in lungs, esophagus, kidney, epicardium
, pericardium, and tricuspid valve at autopsy.
The pericardium was cut off at the left atrial appendage and the LAD could be showed out; then about 1.5 cm LAD was separated out from the epicardium
and adipose tissue carefully.
As by their name, these cells can be retrieved in the epicardium
and are identified by the expression of the Wilms tumor protein, codified by the gene Wt1 .
These models are meant to segment the endocardium and epicardium
areas of the left ventricle.
The process of compaction proceeds from epicardium
LGE is patchy and typically found in the myocardium and epicardium
of the basal and lateral LV walls  (Figure 6), though subendocardial or transmural hyperenhancement has also been observed, resembling an ischemic pattern .
Inflammatory cells were present throughout the organ and affected different heart structures (endocardium, myocardium and epicardium