Rats for cardiovascular research

Because of the multifactorial nature of cardiovascular diseases, there is not a single specie which is optimal for all studies. The choice of an animal model should be carefully made as it can affect the experimental outcomes and the reasonable translation of study findings to humans.

Cancer and Chemotherapy-induced Cardiotoxicity

To develop safe and effective cancer therapies, it is crucial to understand chemotherapy-induced cardiotoxicity and cancer‐related cardiac complications. This blog highlights recent discoveries in this field.

Cell-based & cell-free therapies for myocardial infarction

myocardial infarction

After myocardial infarction, the heart fails to regenerate and ischemic/reperfusion injury leads to cardiomyocyte loss and fibrosis leading to impaired heart function. The medical treatment for heart failure, for the most part, is not disease modifying, it’s simply symptomatic. Another strategy is to address the fundamental issue of a failing heart, which is the loss of cardiomyocytes after a heart attack.

e-cigarettes induce cardiac arrhythmia and conduction defects in mice


In recent years, electronic cigarettes have become rapidly popular worldwide, despite growing evidence that they adversely impact cardiopulmonary health.
Further scientific evidence is needed to clarify the risks of e-cigarettes and guide the use and regulation of these nicotine aerosol delivery devices.

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