Tag Archives: Mitochondria

Renal ischemia alters expression of mitochondria-related genes and impairs mitochondrial structure and function in swine scattered tubular-like cells

Rahele A Farahani et al. Renal ischemia alters expression of mitochondria-related genes and impairs mitochondrial structure and function in swine scattered tubular-like cells. Renal Physiology. Publication Date May 28, 2020 How Analyze was Used “Medullary hemodynamics (were evaluated) using Analyze software as previously described.” Keywords Renovascular disease, Renal artery stenosis, Mitochondria, Scattered tubular cells Author…

Renovascular disease induces mitochondrial damage in swine scattered tubular cells

Arash Aghajani Nargesi et al. Renovascular disease induces mitochondrial damage in swine scattered tubular cells. American Journal of Physiology-Renal Physiology. Publication Date August 28, 2019 How Analyze was Used “Single-kidney renal volume was calculated by planimetry (Analyze 10.0), GFR from the cortical curve slope, and RBF by multiplying kidney volume (ml of tissue) by renal…

Mitochondrial targeted peptides preserve mitochondrial organization and decrease reversible myocardial changes in early swine metabolic syndrome

Fang Yuan et al. Mitochondrial targeted peptides preserve mitochondrial organization and decrease reversible myocardial changes in early swine metabolic syndrome. Cardiovascular Research. Publication Date December 18 2017 How Analyze was Used “…images were analyzed with the Analyze™ software package, as previously described. The entire LV was scanned 20 times throughout the cardiac cycle to calculate…

Mitoprotection attenuates myocardial vascular impairment in porcine metabolic syndrome

Fang Yuan et al. Mitoprotection attenuates myocardial vascular impairment in porcine metabolic syndrome. American Journal of Physiology – Heart and Circulatory Physiology. Publication Date December 1 2017 How Analyze was Used “Images were analyzed with the Analyze™ software package” Keywords Metabolic syndrome, Mitochondria, Myocardium, Microvessels, Elamipretide Author Affiliation(s) Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, USA

Urinary Mitochondrial DNA Copy Number Identifies Chronic Renal Injury in Hypertensive Patients

Alfonso Eirin1, Ahmed Saad1, Hui Tang1, Sandra M. Herrmann1, John R. Woollard1, Amir Lerman1, Stephen C. Textor1, Lilach O. Lerman1. Urinary Mitochondrial DNA Copy Number Identifies Chronic Renal Injury in Hypertensive Patients. Hypertension. 20 June 2016. Publication Date June 2016 How Analyze was Used “Kidneys were scanned during respiratory suspension after a bolus injection of…