Abstract:Williams-Beuren syndrome (WBS) is a rare neurodevelopmental disorder with hallmarks in the cardiovascular manifestations and no well-defined therapeutic strategies. We investigated the progression of cardiovascular phenotype present in CD (complete deletion) mice, a murine model of WBS, after chronic treatment with curcumin and verapamil, both compounds with positive effects on related pathologies. Treatment was administered orally dissolved in drinking water. After measuring in-vivo systolic blood pressure, a… Show more
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