Heart Failure and Stress Response

Publication Type:

Journal Article

Source:

Biomed Data J., Volume 1, Issue 3, p.33-35 (2015)

Keywords:

Cardiology Research, Heart Failure, Open Access

Abstract:

With the current special issue on HEart FAilure and STress Response (HEFAST), the Biomedical Data Journal (BMDJ) aims to introduce a holistic approach to the publication, sharing, linking, review and evaluation of heart failure (HF) studies, based on the open access to scientific information. In cardiology research this is critical in order to promote interoperability between different centres through integration of published biomedical datasets. In particular, this can serve as a source for simulation and integration of computational technologies of diseases and biological processes.

It is increasingly recognized that the integration of a variety of biological and medical research data to produce or refine disease models using advanced statistical, computational and mathematical approaches could facilitate the understanding of biological systems’ complexity.

Full text: 

Peters A, McEwen BS. Stress habituation, body shape and cardiovascular mortality. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews. 2015;56:139 - 150.
National Library of Medicine (brackets, no "et al."): Pingitore A, Mastorci F, Iervasi G. Heart Failure and Stress Response. Biomed Data J. 2015;1(3):33-35.
National Library of Medicine (grant proposals with PMCID/PMID): Pingitore A, Mastorci F, Iervasi G. Heart Failure and Stress Response. Biomed Data J. 2015;1(3):33-35.
National Library of Medicine (NLM) - Grant with PMID: Pingitore A, Mastorci F, Iervasi G. Heart Failure and Stress Response. Biomed Data J. 2015;1(3):33-35.
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