Molecular and Nuclear Cardiology

Molecular cardiology is a fast growing discipline that focuses on employing molecular biology techniques for therapy, prevention, and diagnostics. Only a handful of the various technologies employed in molecular cardiology include transgenic models, gene therapy, parabiosis and genomics, stem cell biology, and molecular biology. The most common nuclear cardiology procedure, myocardial perfusion imaging, is used to assess blood flow in the heart muscles. Nuclear cardiology is the study of noninvasive methods for measuring myocardial blood flow and assessing the heart's pumping function. The rest scan and the stress scan are the two components of this method.


  • Transgenic models
  • Gene therapy
  • Parabiosis
  • Genomics

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