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The role of the N-terminal fragment of cardiac myosin binding protein-C in the initiation of inflammation in cardiovascular diseases

Topic: Inflammation, growth factors and signal transduction-vascular

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Associate Professor Christian Troidl

Kerckhoff-Clinic, Nauheim (Germany)
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Poster session 5 - The multiple cellular facets of atherosclerosis II

Speakers: Associate Professor C. Troidl, Doctor M. D'agostino, Ms H. Hop, Doctor D. Sim, Doctor M. Ambroziak...

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27 August - 31 August 2016

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