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Characterisation of a rat model of pulmonary arterial hypertensionKolettis, T.; Vlahos, A. P.; Louka, M.; Hatzistergos, K. E.; Baltogiannis, G. G.; Agelaki, M. M.; Mitsi, A.; Malamou-Mitsi, V.24-Nov-2015
Chronic skeletal muscle ischemia in rats decreases the inducibility of ventricular tachyarrhythmias after myocardial infarctionManiotis, C.; Tsalikakis, D. G.; Tzallas, A. T.; Varnavas, V.; Kontaras, K.; Glava, C.; Baltogiannis, G. G.; Papalois, A.; Kolettis, T. M.; Kyriakides, Z. S.24-Nov-2015
Chronic skeletal muscle ischemia preserves coronary flow in the ischemic rat heartVarnavas, V. C.; Kontaras, K.; Glava, C.; Maniotis, C. D.; Koutouzis, M.; Baltogiannis, G. G.; Papalois, A.; Kolettis, T. M.; Kyriakides, Z. S.24-Nov-2015
Comparative antiarrhythmic efficacy of amiodarone and dronedarone during acute myocardial infarction in ratsAgelaki, M. G.; Pantos, C.; Korantzopoulos, P.; Tsalikakis, D. G.; Baltogiannis, G. G.; Fotopoulos, A.; Kolettis, T. M.24-Nov-2015
Comparative effects of acute vs. chronic oral amiodarone treatment during acute myocardial infarction in ratsKolettis, T. M.; Agelaki, M. G.; Baltogiannis, G. G.; Vlahos, A. P.; Mourouzis, I.; Fotopoulos, A.; Pantos, C.24-Nov-2015
Do endothelin receptor antagonists have an antiarrhythmic potential during acute myocardial infarction? Evidence from experimental studiesOikonomidis, D. L.; Baltogiannis, G. G.; Kolettis, T. M.24-Nov-2015
Early, intracoronary growth hormone administration attenuates ventricular remodeling in a porcine model of myocardial infarctionMitsi, A. C.; Hatzistergos, K. E.; Niokou, D.; Pappa, L.; Baltogiannis, G. G.; Tsalikakis, D. G.; Papalois, A.; Kyriakides, Z. S.; Malamou-Mitsi, V.; Kolettis, T. M.24-Nov-2015
Early, selective growth hormone administration may ameliorate left ventricular remodeling after myocardial infarctionMitsi, A. C.; Hatzistergos, K.; Baltogiannis, G. G.; Kolettis, T. M.24-Nov-2015
Effects of dual endothelin receptor blockade on sympathetic activation and arrhythmogenesis during acute myocardial infarction in ratsKolettis, T. M.; Baltogiannis, G. G.; Tsalikakis, D. G.; Tzallas, A. T.; Agelaki, M. G.; Fotopoulos, A.; Fotiadis, D. I.; Kyriakides, Z. S.24-Nov-2015
Endothelin receptor - A blockade decreases ventricular arrhythmias after myocardial infarction in ratsBaltogiannis, G. G.; Tsalikakis, D. G.; Mitsi, A. C.; Hatzistergos, K. E.; Elaiopoulos, D.; Fotiadis, D. I.; Kyriakides, Z. S.; Kolettis, T. M.24-Nov-2015
Endothelin receptor--a blockade decreases ventricular arrhythmias after myocardial infarction in ratsBaltogiannis, G. G.; Tsalikakis, D. G.; Mitsi, A. C.; Hatzistergos, K. E.; Elaiopoulos, D.; Fotiadis, D. I.; Kyriakides, Z. S.; Kolettis, T. M.24-Nov-2015
Endothelin-B receptors and ventricular arrhythmogenesis in the rat model of acute myocardial infarctionOikonomidis, D. L.; Tsalikakis, D. G.; Baltogiannis, G. G.; Tzallas, A. T.; Xourgia, X.; Agelaki, M. G.; Megalou, A. J.; Fotopoulos, A.; Papalois, A.; Kyriakides, Z. S.; Kolettis, T. M.24-Nov-2015
Growth hormone decreases phase II ventricular tachyarrhythmias during acute myocardial infarction in ratsElaiopoulos, D. A.; Tsalikakis, D. G.; Agelaki, M. G.; Baltogiannis, G. G.; Mitsi, A. C.; Fotiadis, D. I.; Kolettis, T. M.24-Nov-2015
Improved 'cut-down' technique for transvenous pacemaker lead implantationKolettis, T. M.; Lysitsas, D. N.; Apostolidis, D.; Baltogiannis, G. G.; Sourla, E.; Michalis, L. K.24-Nov-2015
Torsade de Pointes and Persistent QTc Prolongation after Intravenous AmiodaroneKotsia, A. P.; Dimitriadis, G.; Baltogiannis, G. G.; Kolettis, T. M.24-Nov-2015
Transforming growth factor-beta inhibition attenuates pulmonary arterial hypertension in ratsMegalou, A. J.; Glava, C.; Oikonomidis, D. L.; Vilaeti, A.; Agelaki, M. G.; Baltogiannis, G. G.; Papalois, A.; Vlahos, A. P.; Kolettis, T. M.24-Nov-2015