Articles by Hamish C. G Prosser in JoVE
Murine Model of Wound Healing Louise Dunn1,2, Hamish C. G Prosser1,2, Joanne T. M. Tan1,2, Laura Z. Vanags1,2, Martin K. C. Ng1,2,3, Christina A. Bursill1,2 1The Heart Research Institute, 2Sydney Medical School, University of Sydney, 3Cardiology Department, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital A murine model of cutaneous wound healing that can be used to assess therapeutic compounds in physiological and pathophysiological settings.
Other articles by Hamish C. G Prosser on PubMed
Cardiac Chymase Converts Rat ProAngiotensin-12 (PA12) to Angiotensin II: Effects of PA12 Upon Cardiac Haemodynamics Cardiovascular Research. Apr, 2009 | Pubmed ID: 19147651 The aim of this study was to observe the direct physiological and biochemical cardiac effects in response to a newly identified putative component of the renin-angiotensin system, proangiotensin-12 (PA12); and investigate whether PA12 can serve as a substrate for Angiotensin II (AngII) generation.