By H. -P. Schultheiss, U. Kühl (auth.), H. -P. Schultheiss, J. -F. Kapp, G. Grötzbach (eds.)
The interconnectedness of genetics and susceptibility to illness, viral and non-viral irritation, and the position of immunity and the advance of autoimmunity is an interesting and masses mentioned subject in cardiomyopathy. This booklet constitutes the end result of an ESRF assembly held including the German examine beginning. scientific researchers, immunologists, virologists and molecular biologists give you the newest findings of their fields, advancing our figuring out of what motives continual viral and inflammatory cardiomyopathy, why it impacts a subset of people whereas sparing the bulk, how we will be able to improve larger treatments, and even if the illness will be avoided. particular emphasis is put on the position of viruses within the aetiology and pathogenesis of cardiomyopathy. The editors are confident that the large spectrum lined by means of this state of the art e-book may be of outstanding price to its readers.
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1. 1 Direct Injury of the Heart by the Virus In the recent years several viruses were established to be cardiotropic, including PVB19, HHV6, adenovirus, and enterovirus (Bowles et al. 1986; Kühl et al. 2003, 2004; Martin et al. 1994; Pauschinger et al. 1998b; Schonian et al. 1995). The pathophysiological mechanisms of direct myocardial injury by coxsackievirus B3 (CVB3) associated with acute viral myocarditis and chronic dilated cardiomyopathy have been evaluated in detail (Andreoletti et al. 2000; Li et al.
40 41 42 43 44 44 47 47 48 49 49 Abstract. Dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) is a fatal myocardial disease with an incidence of 40:100,000. In recent years, viral infection as a causative agent for myocarditis followed by DCM has become a main topic of research. On the one hand, the virus violates the myocardial integrity itself; on the other hand, the virus induces inadequate local humoral and cellular defense reaction resulting in cardiomyocyte death, ﬁbrosis, and overall cardiac dysfunction.
J Virol 70:7811–7818 Kühl U, Pauschinger M, Bock T, Klingel K, Schwimmbeck CP, Seeberg B, Krautwurm L, Poller W, Schultheiss HP, Kandolf R (2003) Parvovirus B19 infection mimicking acute myocardial infarction. Circulation 108:945–950 Kühl U, Pauschinger M, Noutsias M, Seeberg B, Bock T, Lassner D, Poller W, Kandolf R, Schultheiss H (2005) High prevalence of viral genomes and multiple viral infections in the myocardium of adults with “idiopathic” left ventricular dysfunction. Circulation 111:887–893 Li J, Schwimmbeck PL, Tschope C, Leschka S, Husmann L, Rutschow S, Reichenbach F, Noutsias M, Kobalz U, Poller W, Spillmann F, Zeichhardt H, Schultheiss HP, Pauschinger M (2002) Collagen degradation in a murine myocarditis model: relevance of matrix metalloproteinase in association with inﬂammatory induction.