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1. CD147 (EMMPRIN) und dessen Ligand Cyclophilin A bestimmen das Ausmaß des myokardialen Schadens nach Ischämie/Reperfusion im Mausmodell


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2. The Bispecific SDF1-GPVI Fusion Protein Preserves Myocardial Function After Transient Ischemia in Mice


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3. Disrupting the EMMPRIN-Cyclophilin A interaction reduces infarct size and preserves systolic function after myocardial ischemia and reperfusion

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4. The dimeric platelet collagen receptor GPVI-Fc reduces platelet adhesion to activated endothelium and preserves myocardial function after transient ischemia in mice


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5. The recombinant bifunctional protein alpha CD133-GPVI promotes repair of the infarcted myocardium in mice


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6. Bifunctional proteins as a therapeutic strategy for improved myocardial repair in cardiovascular diseases


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7. The recombinant bifunctional protein αCD133–GPVI promotes repair of the infarcted myocardium in mice


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8. The bispecific SDF1-GPVI fusion protein preserves myocardial function after transient ischemia in mice.


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9. Cyclophilin A affects inflammation, virus elimination and myocardial fibrosis in coxsackievirus B3-induced myocarditis


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