Examination of Cardioprotective Effects of Fabomotizole Hydrochloride in Translational Rat Model of Chronic Heart Failure
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A translational rat model of chronic heart failure was employed to examine the cardioprotective effect of fabomotizole hydrochloride. Fabomotizole therapy for 28 days (15 mg/kg/day intraperitoneally) restored inotropic function of the left ventricle and increased ejection fraction from 54±3 to 65±3% (p=0.001). The inotropic function returned to normal against the background of significantly reduced myocardial expression of angiotensin (p=0.01) and glucocorticoid (p=0.03) receptors and significant increased expression of sigma-1 receptors (p=0.04). Inhibition of abnormal expression of angiotensin and glucocorticoid receptors responsible for activation of the pathological cascades underlying the postinfarction remodeling of the left ventricle as well as activation of the expression of cytoprotective sigma-1 receptors are viewed as the key features of the cardioprotective action of fabomotizole hydrochloride.
Key Wordsfabomotizole hydrochloride sigma-1 receptors chronic heart failure receptor expression echocardiography
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