A Translational Model of Chronic Heart Failure
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We created a translational model of chronic heart failure in rats that developed in 3 months after reproducing experimental anterior transmural myocardial infarction. The model simulated the basic clinicodiagnostic criteria of this disease: impaired contractility and dilatation of heart ventricles, signs of venous congestion, elevated plasma content of biochemical markers, and abnormal overexpression of AT1aR and β-adrenoceptors.
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