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“L-Arginine polymers enhance coronary flow and reduce oxidative stress following cardiac transplantation in rats” The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, 2003; 126:1065-1070; Murray H. Kown, Maarten A. Lijkwan, L. Jahncke, Seiichiro Murata, Jonathan B. Rothbard, Robert C. Robbins.
"Short Polymers of Arginine Rapidly Translocate Into Vascular Cells - Effects on Nitric Oxide Synthesis" Circulation Journal 2002; 66:1155-1160; Shiro Uemura, Jonathan B. Rothbard, Hidetsugu Matsushita, Philip S. Tsao, C. Garrison Fathman, John P. Cooke.
"L-Arginine Polymers Inhibit The Development Of Vein Graft Neointimal Hyperplasia" The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, 2001; 121:971-980; Murray H. Kown, Atsushi Yamaguchi, Christina L. Jahnckea, Douglas Miniati, Murata, Jurg Grunenfelder, Mark L. Koransky, Jonathan B. Rothbard, Robert C. Robbins.
"L-Arginine Polymer Mediated Inhibition of Graft Coronary Artery Disease Following Cardiac Transplantation" Transplantation, 2001; 71:1542-1548; Murray H. Kown, Tim van der Steenhoven, Shiro Uemura, Christina L. Jahncke, Grant E. Hoyt, Jonathon B. Rothbard, Robert C. Robbins.
"Rapid and Efficient Vascular Transport of Arginine Polymers Inhibits Myointimal Hyperplasia" Circulation, 2000; 102:2629-2635; Shiro Uemura, C. Garrison Fathman, Jonathan B. Rothbard, John P. Cooke.
“Inhibition of Vein Graft Intimal Hyperplasia with L-Arginine Polymers” American Heart Association Scientific Sessions, Poster Presentation; November 14, 2005; Stephen L. Hendry, Robert Robbins.
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