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Cartledge, JE, Kane, C, Dias, P, Tesfom, M, Clarke, L, Mckee, B, Al Ayoubi, S, Chester, A, Yacoub, MH, Camelliti, P and Terracciano, CM (2015) Functional crosstalk between cardiac fibroblasts and adult cardiomyocytes by soluble mediators. Cardiovasc Res, 105 (3). pp. 260-270.

Kane, C, Dias, P, Helen, N, Trantidou, T, Camelliti, P, Gorelik, J and Terracciano, CM (2014) 267Direct contact between human cardiac fibroblasts and human induced pluripotent stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes counteracts changes in calcium cycling induced by soluble mediators. Cardiovasc Res, 103 Su.

Alayoubi, S, Al-Aidarous, S, Pinto Ricardo, C, Dias, P, Zaman, J, Kane, C, Camelliti, P, Peters, N, Yacoub, M and Terracciano, C (2014) P379Slowed conduction velocity in spontaneously hypertensive rat hearts is due to disease related remodelling. Cardiovasc Res, 103 Su.

Kane, C, Cartledge, J, Dias, P, Camelliti, P, Yacoub, M and Terracciano, C (2014) 17 Cardiomyocytes Influence Fibroblast Proliferation and α-Smooth Muscle Actin Expression via the Secretion of Paracrine Mediators. Heart, 100 Su. A6-A7.

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Kane, C, Hellen, N, Trantidou, T, Camelliti, P and Terracciano, C (2014) DIRECT CONTACT BETWEEN HUMAN CARDIAC FIBROBLASTS AND HUMAN INDUCED PLURIPOTENT STEM CELL-DERIVED CARDIOMYOCYTES COUNTERACTS CHANGES IN CALCIUM CYCLING INDUCED BY SOLUBLE MEDIATORS

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