A recent publication from Singh et al. demonstrate how taurine, an amino acid used widely throughout the body, can improve age-related health outcomes in mice, roundworms, non-human primates, and also highlight how this effect appears to be evolutionarily conserved in humans.
This episode of Share Science features Dr. Martin Young, a professor of medicine at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. In this interview he shares his journey into cardiac metabolism and chronobiology as well as some notable mentors that helped him along the way.
Since the role of GPR55 in adaptive B cell response regulation has not yet been reported in the context of atherosclerosis, Guillamat-Prats et al. have investigated how GPR55 in B cells affects atherosclerosis development. In this blog post, we highlight the main findings from this study, which was published this month in Nature Cardiovascular Research.
Join Dr. Satish Raj and Nasia Sheikh for an overview of Initial Orthostatic Hypotension (IOH), how these patients present in the clinic, the mechanisms that underly the condition, and how IOH can be managed with a non-pharmacological approach.
Dr. Matthias Nahrendorf discusses current concepts of cell supply by the hematopoietic system, highlights open questions, and describes imaging tools for studying monocytes, macrophages and their progenitors.