Antibiotic can protect the heart New Study Shows, Virginia Commonwealth University researchers studying rapamycin, an antibiotic used to increase organ survival in transplant patients, found that the drug is to protect the heart against tissue injury following acute myocardial infarction.
Rapamycin blocks protein synthesis by inhibiting the mammalian target of rapamycin , an essential component in the way of cell cycle progression, the drug has been found that important in transplantation, especially in kidney or heart transplant addition being Kukreja because of that. Antibiotic properties of the anti – growth, rapamycin effectively reduces coronary restonosis, the abnormal narrowing of a blood vessel in coronary stents are implanted coated with rapamycin, reduce the risk of restonosis.
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