ischemic tolerance

ischemic tolerance

increased cerebral tolerance in patients after brief transient ischemic events.
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Sharp, "Role of hypoxia-inducible factor-1 in hypoxia-induced ischemic tolerance in neonatal rat brain," Annals of Neurology, vol.
Characterization of these cells in an ischemia/reperfusion test system thus would be important, since little is known about the ischemic tolerance of hESC-derived cardiomyocytes.
To investigate if endogenous NO affects ischemic tolerance of differentiated EBs derived from hESCs, a nonspecific NOS inhibitor, L-NNA, was given during SI.
In animal models, we can perceive an ischemic tolerance, transient cerebral ischemia, which protects the brain from subsequent ischemic attacks.
NO deficiency and endothelial dysfunction due to the existence of multiple potential anti-angiogenic factors such as increased plasma ADMA level in patients with CKD has been found to impair the microvascular adaptation and ischemic tolerance of tissues (2).
Gidday, "Hypoxic preconditioning-induced cerebral ischemic tolerance: role of microvascular sphingosine kinase 2," Stroke, vol.
In our laboratory, we have recently shown that pretreatment with various dietary doses of virgin olive oil induces ischemic tolerance and confers different degrees of neuroprotection in the rat brain (Mohagheghi et al., 2009, 2010).
Mattas compression test was used to specify brain ischemic tolerance; neurologic status of the patient, linear speed of a blood-flow on a middle brain artery, and also electric activity of a brain were observed.
Some topics covered include longitudinal optical imaging for locomotor recovery after stroke, neuroimaging of depressive disorders associated with cerebrovascular disease, differences in imaging arterial infarction and venous infarction of the brain, and imaging of ischemic tolerance in the brain.
This is particularly true in the context of ischemic tolerance that includes preconditioning and postconditioning; both of which are used to prepare tissues to tolerate injuries against lethal ischemic occurrence by triggering endogenous adaptive and defensive responses [5-13].
Scientists from many parts of the world report and review recent research findings on such aspects as whether age influences ischemic tolerance in the brain, perfusion imaging in acute ischemic stroke, neuro-regeneration in the immature brain, and perinatal hypoxic brain injury.