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Advanced glycation end-products and telomere shortening contribute to cardiac aging: the relationship with myocardial strain.

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Mrs Ekaterina Plokhova

Clinical Hospital 83, Moscow (Russian Federation)
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Cardiac degeneration and senescence

Speakers: Mrs E. Plokhova, Mrs H. Shakeri, Doctor C. Werner, Doctor G. Katsuumi, Professor D. Bazyka...

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ESC Congress 2017

26 August - 30 August 2017

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