Coronary Luminal Endothelial Lectinic Proteins upon Binding to N-Acetylglucosamine Become the Sensors to Flow That Induce Cardiac Paracrine-Dependent Responses

When coronary blood flow is applied to the endothelium lumen, paracrine effectors change parenchymal processes, however the mechanism of flow sensation is unknown. We and others have established that oligosaccharides and lectins in the coronary endothelial luminal membrane (CELM) are

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