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Laboratory of cardiovascular biochemistry, CRCHUM
Department of medicine, Université de Montréal
Faculty of experimental medicine, McGill University
Natriuretic peptides, oxytocin, cell differentiation, heart failure, exercise, cardiovascular diseases, cardiovascular system, cell therapy, physiology.
The role of natriuretic peptides, oxytocin and nitric oxide in stem cell differentiation into functional cardiomyocytes and applications in cardiac regeneration.
The effect of exercise on cardioprotective hormonal systems during menopause and diabetes.
The mechanism of the cardioprotective role of oxytocin.
The effect of oxytocin on mitochondrial function.
The beneficial role of oxytocin in type 2 diabetes.