• Lack of Strategic Funding and Long-Term Job Security Threaten to Have Profound Effects on Cardiovascular Researcher Retention in Australia 

      Climie, Rachel E.; Wu, Jason H.Y.; Calkin, Anna C.; Chapman, Niamh; Inglis, Sally C.; Colafella, Katrina M. Mirabito; Picone, Dean S.; Tan, Joanne T.M.; Thomas, Emma; Viola, Helena M.; Wise, Steven G.; Murphy, Andrew J.; Nelson, Mark R.; Nicholls, Stephen; Hool, Livia C.; Doyle, Kerry; Figtree, Gemma A.; Marques, Francine Z.; Alliance, Australian Cardiovascular
      Published 2020
      BACKGROUND: Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in Australia. Investment in research solutions has been demonstrated to yield health and a 9.8-fold return economic benefit. The sector, however, is severely ...
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    • Redox-dependent regulation of the Na+-K+ pump: New twists to an old target for treatment of heart failure 

      Liu, Chia-Chi; Fry, Natasha A. S.; Hamilton, Elisha J.; Chia, Karin K. M.; Garcia, Alvaro; Galougahi, Keyvan K.; Figtree, Gemma A.; Clarke, Ronald J.; Bundgaard, Henning; Rasmussen, Helge H.
      Published 2013-05-30
      By the time it was appreciated that the positive inotropic effect of cardiac glycosides is due to inhibition of the membrane Na+-K+ pump, glycosides had been used for treatment of heart failure on an empiric basis for ~200 ...
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