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Postdoctoral - Predoctoral PhD students
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Rosa Suades is a PhD researcher at the Cardiovascular Research Center, created by association of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) and the Catalan Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences (ICCC). She is working at the department of Proteomics in the research area for the "Study of differential proteoma of endothelial dysfunction induced by atherosclerotic risk factors".
She is graduated in Biology for the Pompeu Fabra's University, UPF (2002-2007). She carried out an internship at Pharmacology's department of Laboratorios Almirall, SA (January - July 2007).
CD142+/CD61+, CD146+ and CD45+ microparticles predict cardiovascular events in high risk patients following a Mediterranean diet supplemented with nuts.
CD3+/CD45+ and SMA-α+ circulating microparticles are increased in individuals at high cardiovascular risk who will develop a major cardiovascular event.
Circulating microparticle signature in coronary and peripheral blood of ST elevation myocardial infarction patients in relation to pain-to-PCI elapsed time.
Microparticle Shedding from Neural Progenitor Cells and Vascular Compartment Cells Is Increased in Ischemic Stroke.
Growing thrombi release increased levels of CD235a(+) microparticles and decreased levels of activated platelet-derived microparticles. Validation in ST-elevation myocardial infarction patients.
RETOS COLABORACIÓN 2016
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