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2003A breaker of advanced Glycation end products attenuates diabetes-induced myocardial structural changesTwigg, Stephen; Burns, Wendy C; Burrell, Louise M; Candido, Riccardo; Cooper, Mark E.; Dean, Rachael G.; Forbes, Josephine M; Ritchie, Rebecca H; Thallas, Vicki; Thomas, Merlin C.; Tikellis, Christos; Central Clinical School: MedicineA breaker of advanced Glycation end products attenuates diabetes-induced myocardial structural changes, Circulation Research, vol.92,(7),2003,pp 785-792
2011Determination of the exact molecular requirements for type 1 angiotensin receptor epidermal growth factor receptor transactivation and cardiomyocyte hypertrophyWarner, Fiona; Bourne, Allison; Chan, Hsiu-Wen; Hannan, Katherine; Hannan, Ross; Pearson, Richard; Qian, Hongwei; Ritchie, Rebecca H; Smith, Nicola; Thomas, Walter; Central Clinical School: Centenary InstituteDetermination of the exact molecular requirements for type 1 angiotensin receptor epidermal growth factor receptor transactivation and cardiomyocyte hypertrophy, Hypertension, vol.57, 5, 2011,pp 973-980
2017Insulin replacement limits progression of diabetic cardiomyopathy in the low-dose streptozotocin-induced diabetic ratFigtree, Gemma Alexandra; Cao, Anh H.; Deo, Minh; Du, Xiao-Jun; Dusting, Gregory J; Hood, Sally; Huynh, Karina; Julius, Tracey L.; Kaye, David M; Kiriazis, Helen; Ritchie, Rebecca H; Tate, Mitchel; Northern Clinical School: MedicineInsulin replacement limits progression of diabetic cardiomyopathy in the low-dose streptozotocin-induced diabetic rat, Diabetes and Vascular Disease Research, vol.14, 5, 2017,pp 423-433
2013Sex Differences in Sudden Cardiac DeathAshton, Anthony; Mihailidou, Anastasia Susie; Ritchie, Rebecca H; Northern Clinical School: Obstetrics & Gynaecology; Northern Clinical School: MedicineSex Differences in Sudden Cardiac Death in Ischemic Heart Disease, InTech Publishers, 2013, pp. 61-75
2017Vasoactive actions of nitroxyl (HNO) are preserved in resistance arteries in diabetesBubb, Kristen; Boon, Wee M; Drummond, Grant; Kalidindi, R; Kemp-Harper, B; Li, Xiang; Parkington, Helena C; Ritchie, Rebecca H; Sobey, Christopher; Tare, Marianne; Northern Clinical School: Kolling InstituteVasoactive actions of nitroxyl (HNO) are preserved in resistance arteries in diabetes, Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Archives of Pharmacology, vol.390, 4, 2017,pp 397-408