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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 184, Number 2, June 2005

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pp. 85-85(1)

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Electrocardiographic characterization of stress-induced myocardial infarction in atherosclerotic mice
pp. 87-94(8)
Authors: Hemdahl, A.-L.; Caligiuri, G.; Hansson, G. K.; Thorén, P.

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Adaptive changes in cardiac myosin heavy chain and creatine kinase isozymic profiles in rats native of altitude
pp. 95-104(10)
Authors: Letout, A.; Solares-Espinoza, M.; Mateo, P.; Koulmann, N.; Bahi, L.; Serrurier, B.; Favier, R.; Ventura-Clapier, R.; Bigard, X.

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Expression of oestrogen receptor α and β is higher in skeletal muscle of highly endurance-trained than of moderately active men
pp. 105-112(8)
Authors: Wiik, A.; Gustafsson, T.; Esbjörnsson, M.; Johansson, O.; Ekman, M.; Sundberg, C. J.; Jansson, E.

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Effects of acute hypercalcaemia on blood pressure in subjects with and without parathyroid hormone secretion
pp. 113-119(7)
Authors: Kamycheva, E.; Jorde, R.; Haug, E.; Sager, G.; Sundsfjord, J.

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An in vivo model for gastric physiological and pathophysiological studies in the mouse
pp. 151-159(9)
Authors: Henriksnäs, J.; Phillipson, M.; Petersson, J.; Engstrand, L.; Holm, L.

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Reduced activity of 11β-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase type 2 is not responsible for sodium retention in nephrotic rats
pp. 161-169(9)
Authors: Bistrup, C.; Thiesson, H. C.; Jensen, B. L.; Skøtt, O.

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