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Blocking the N-terminal domain of midkine attenuates acute inflammation and prevents pathological remodelling and heart failure in experimental autoimmune myocarditis

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Professor Stefan Brunner

University Hospital of Munich, Munich (Germany)
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Poster Session 1 - Basic Science: Cardiomyopathy

Speakers: Professor S. Brunner, Doctor R. Gogiraju, Doctor G. Galati, Professor L. Zhang, Professor R. Mourilhe Rocha

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21 May - 24 May 2016

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