NFAT and Development of Vascular Disease in Diabetes; A Study of Endothelial Dysfunction, Inflammatory Markers and Vascular Permeability in Mice

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StatusFinished
Effective start/end date17/06/1316/02/15

Funding

  • British Heart Foundation (PG/12/58/29767): £104,955.00

Research Output

Inhibition of NFAT Signaling Restores Microvascular Endothelial Function in Diabetic Mice

Garcia-Vaz, E., McNeilly, A. D., Berglund, L. M., Ahmad, A., Gallagher, J. R., Dutius Andersson, A-M., McCrimmon, R. J., Zetterqvist, A. V., Gomez, M. F. & Khan, F., Dec 2019, In : Diabetes. 68, 12, p. 424-435 12 p., 180870.

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    In vivo inhibition of nuclear factor of activated t cells (NFAT) restores microvascular endothelial function in diabetic mice

    Garcia-Vaz, E., McNeilly, A., Gallagher, J., McCrimmon, R., Khan, F. & Gomez, M. F., Sep 2016, In : Atherosclerosis. 252, p. e244-e245 2 p., EAS16-0988.

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  • NFAT inhibition improves microvascular function in a mouse model of chronic diabetes

    McNeilly, A., Gallagher, J., McCrimmon, R., Gomez, M. F. & Khan, F., Jul 2015, In : Atherosclerosis. p. e145 10 p., EAS-0268.

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