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The Effects of Hormonal Factors on Cardiac Protein Turnover

  • Peter H. Sugden
Part of the Advances in Myocardiology book series (ADMY)

Abstract

The purpose of this chapter is to describe some of the hormonal factors that have been suggested to influence cardiac protein turnover. Because it is easier technically and interpretatively to carry out experiments in vitro, much of the work described here is based on this approach. It is important, however, to attempt to relate phenomena observed in vitro to the in vivo situation. This can be done by attempting to simulate in vivo conditions (e.g., hormone and fuel concentrations, cardiac workload) in experiments in vitro or by examining the effects in vivo of substances known to have effects in vitro. In many cases, there has not yet been sufficient time for all these experiments to have produced conclusive results, although this omission should be rectified in the future.

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Protein Synthesis Protein Degradation Cardiac Hypertrophy Diabetic Animal Extensor Digitorum Longus Muscle 
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  • Peter H. Sugden
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  1. 1.Department of Cardiac MedicineCardiothoracic InstituteLondonEngland

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