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Dr Anna Walaszczyk
Emily Dookun
Dr Rachael Redgrave
Dr Simon Tual-Chalot
Professor Ioakim Spyridopoulos
et al.
Pharmacological clearance of senescent cells improves survival and recovery in aged mice following acute myocardial infarction.2019
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 Anna Walaszczyk
Emily Dookun
Dr Rachael Redgrave
Dr Simon Tual-Chalot
Rhys Anderson
et al.
Senescence as a therapeutic target for myocardial ageing2018
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
Dr Marwa Mahmoud
Kathleen Allinson
Dr Rachael Redgrave
Professor Helen Arthur
et al.
Endothelial Depletion of Acvrl1 in Mice Leads to Arteriovenous Malformations Associated with Reduced Endoglin Expression2014
Dr Simon Tual-Chalot
Dr Rachael Redgrave
Professor Helen Arthur
Endothelial expression of endoglin and Acvrl1 are required for normal vascular patterning during developmental angiogenesis and for maintaining adult vessel integrity2014
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