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Emily Dookun
Dr Anna Walaszczyk
Dr Rachael Redgrave
Dr Simon Tual-Chalot
Oliver Yausep
et al.
Accumulation of cardiomyocyte senescence following ischaemia-reperfusion injury (IRI); a potential therapeutic target?2018
Dr Simon Tual-Chalot
Professor Helen Arthur
Decreased Expression of Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor Receptor 1 Contributes to the Pathogenesis of Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia Type 22018
Dr Anna Walaszczyk
Emily Dookun
Dr Rachael Redgrave
Dr Simon Tual-Chalot
Rhys Anderson
et al.
Senescence as a therapeutic target for myocardial ageing2018
Eunate Gallardo Vara
Dr Simon Tual-Chalot
Professor Helen Arthur
Soluble endoglin regulates expression of angiogenesis-related proteins and induction of arteriovenous malformations in a mouse model of hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia2018
Dr Rachael Redgrave
Dr Simon Tual-Chalot
Dr Benjamin Davison
Esha Singh
Dr Darroch Hall
et al.
Cardiosphere-Derived Cells Require Endoglin for Paracrine-Mediated Angiogenesis2017
Dr Simon Tual-Chalot
Dr Rachael Redgrave
Professor Helen Arthur
Loss of Endothelial Endoglin Leads to Heart Failure2016
Professor Bob Anderson
Dr Simon Tual-Chalot
Dr Rachael Redgrave
Rebecca Dodds
Dr Andrew Owens
et al.
The role of cardiomyocyte senescence and regeneration in Ageing2016
Dr Rachael Redgrave
Dr Simon Tual-Chalot
Dr Benjamin Davison
Liz Greally
Dr Mauro Santibanez Koref
et al.
Using MRI to predict future adverse cardiac remodelling in a male mouse model of myocardial infarction2016
Dr Simon Tual-Chalot
Dr Benjamin Davison
Dr Rachael Redgrave
Professor Helen Arthur
Endoglin is required to maintain normal cardiac function in adult life2015
Dr Simon Tual-Chalot
Professor Helen Arthur
Mouse models of hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia: recent advances and future challenges2015
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