The heart formed part of the circulatory system is a muscular organ that pumps blood through the blood vessels to nourish the body tissues and organs.
With an aim to find a natural compound for the improvement of heart health, researchers investigated the therapeutic impact of cucurbitacin I on the heart.
According to the tested assay, phenylephrine (PE)-induced muscle cell enlargement and cardiac hypertrophy was inhibited by the pretreatment of the cardiomyocytes with cucurbitacin I.
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(1) Cucurbitacin I Attenuates Cardiomyocyte Hypertrophy via Inhibition of Connective Tissue Growth Factor (CCN2) and TGF- β/Smads Signalings by Moon Hee Jeong,# 1 Shang-Jin Kim,# 2 Hara Kang, 3 Kye Won Park, 4 Woo Jin Park, 1Seung Yul Yang, 5 and Dong Kwon Yang. (PMC)
(2) Cucurbitacin B Protects Against Pressure Overload Induced Cardiac Hypertrophy by Yang Xiao, Zheng Yang, Qing-Qing Wu and Xiao-Han Jiang. (Research Gate)
(3) Cardiac Health: Primary Prevention of Heart Disease in Women by Melanie Warziski Turk, PhD, MSN, RN,a Patricia K. Tuite, MSN, RN,b and Lora E. Burke, PhD, MPH, FAHA, FAAN. (PMC)