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Role of protein ubiquitination in the regulation of cardiovascular ion channel function in response to oxidative stress.
Focus areas Regenerative medicine and stem cell biology Cardioprotection Heart failure Genetics of cardiac disease and stress tolerance Bioenergetic signaling, nucleocytoplasmic communication and ion channel biology Significance to p...
Both KATP and BK channels are profoundly modulated by oxidative stress and both superoxide and hydrogen peroxide react with specific amino acid residues on the ion channels through redox reactions.
In addition to patients, informal caregivers — whether caring for patients who are at the advanced stages of a disease or at the end of life — also deserve attention and support as they are also at risk for stress, burnou...
Thesis title: "Identification and Characterization of Stress-Activated Signaling Networks in Primary Human Keratinocytes".
The laboratory is studying one of these transcripts because it appears to be stress-responsive, and its expression is inactivated in most breast cancers studied.
Other strategies under investigation to improve patient well-being include the use of health coaching, mindfulness-based stress reduction and resilience strategies.
Bingener-Casey and her team focused on patient-reported outcomes and biomarkers of pain, inflammation and operative stress.
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The autonomic nervous system operates below the level of conscious awareness to finely tune the body's functions and response to stress.
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