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Post-heart attack biological events provide cardioprotection

Heart attack and stroke are among the most serious threats to health. But novel research has linked two major biological processes that occur at the onset of these traumatic events and, ultimately, can lead to protection for the heart. On one end of the cascade is the so-called Unfolded Protein Response (UPR), and at the other end are numerous proteins with modified glucose molecules attached to them.
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