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Editorial - December 2019

ESC Working Group on Cardiovascular Regenerative & Reparative Medicine

The ESC Working Group on Cardiovascular Regenerative and Reparative Medicine (CARE) continues pushing to improve our knowledge and to develop therapies in this field through the synergy of basic discoveries and translational clinical efforts from dedicated centres all around the world.

During the last two months, two new ESC webinars have been developed and are available on demand:

New concepts in cardiac regeneration part I: basic concepts with Prof. Nicola Smart, Prof. Javier Diez and hosted by Dr. Anke Smits.

New concepts in cardiac regeneration part II: translational insights with Prof. Serena Zacchigna, Prof. Eduardo Marbán and hosted by Prof. Giulio Pompilio.

We highly encourage all ESC WG CARE members to view them and contact the speakers in case more information may be needed.

Key reference libraries and other articles

The ESC Working Group as compiled its key reference libraries and other articles for recommended reading and further analysis

Access articles of interest which are commented by your Working Group >

This month:

  • Long-term in vitro embryo culture to understand gastrulation

Access articles of interest for recommended reading >

This month:

  • Inflammatory Microenvironment of Acute Myocardial Infarction Prevents Regeneration of Heart with Stem Cells Therapy
  • Adaptive prospective optical gating enables day-long 3D time-lapse imaging of the beating embryonic zebrafish heart
  • Isolation of Cardiomyocytes Undergoing Mitosis with Complete Cytokinesis


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