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  • Dopexamine after heart surgery: An uncommonly used, though useful inotropic agent 

    Tagarakis, G. I.; Stylianakis, G. E.; Tsilimingas, N. B. (2010)
    A great variety of inotropic agents with different effects on peripheral vascular resistance have been employed in the endeavor to treat heart failure after cardiac surgery. Epinephrine, norepinephrine, dopamine and ...
  • Low-molecular-weight heparin for prevention of thrombosis: Inverted role 

    Dailiana, Z. H.; Malizos, K. N.; Varitimidis, S.; Hantes, M.; Basdekis, G.; Rigopoulos, N. (2007)
    BACKGROUND: Heparin induced thrombosis (HIT) after low-molecular-weight (LMWH) administration for thrombosis prevention is a limb and life threatening condition. METHODS: Two previously healthy individuals, with nonviable ...
  • Minimally invasive and selective hydrodynamic gene therapy of liver segments in the pig and human 

    Khorsandi, S. E.; Bachellier, P.; Weber, J. C.; Greget, M.; Jaeck, D.; Zacharoulis, D.; Rountas, C.; Helmy, S.; Helmy, A.; Al-Waracky, M.; Salama, H.; Jiao, L.; Nicholls, J.; Davies, A. J.; Levicar, N.; Jensen, S.; Habib, N. (2008)
    This paper highlights our experience of the transfer of hydrodynamic gene therapy (HGT) from the large animal, the pig, into clinical practice. The modification of balloon catheters and the development of a minimally ...
  • The proteasome as a target for cancer treatment: Focus on bortezomib 

    Papandreou, C. N. (2005)
    Targeted degradation of key regulatory proteins is an essential element of cell-cycle control. The proteasome plays a pivotal role in the degradation of such proteins and has, therefore, become an important therapeutic ...