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Academic Article Cardiac adaptations to chronic exercise in mice.
Academic Article alpha-Adrenergic response and myofilament activity in mouse hearts lacking PKC phosphorylation sites on cardiac TnI.
Academic Article Experimental diabetes is associated with functional activation of protein kinase C epsilon and phosphorylation of troponin I in the heart, which are prevented by angiotensin II receptor blockade.
Academic Article Inhibition of PKC phosphorylation of cTnI improves cardiac performance in vivo.
Academic Article Incomplete recovery of myocyte contractile function despite improvement of myocardial architecture with left ventricular assist device support.
Academic Article Expression and regulation of mutant forms of cardiac TnI in a reconstituted actomyosin system: role of kinase dependent phosphorylation.
Academic Article Partial replacement of cardiac troponin I with a non-phosphorylatable mutant at serines 43/45 attenuates the contractile dysfunction associated with PKCepsilon phosphorylation.
Academic Article Ablation of ventricular myosin regulatory light chain phosphorylation in mice causes cardiac dysfunction in situ and affects neighboring myofilament protein phosphorylation.
Academic Article Tissue procurement strategies affect the protein biochemistry of human heart samples.
Academic Article Contractile protein phosphorylation predicts human heart disease phenotypes.
Concept Troponin
Concept Troponin I
Academic Article Characterization and validation of new tools for measuring site-specific cardiac troponin I phosphorylation.
Grant Myofilament Function in Human Heart Failure
Grant MECHANISM OF DIABETIC CARDIOMYOPATHY

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