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Mikhail Kolpakov, MD, PhD

Instructor (Research), Cardiovascular Research Center

Mikhail Kolpakov
Contact Information

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Email

mikhail.kolpakov@temple.edu
About Me

Research Interests

Protease activated receptors in heart disease

Understanding the role of protease-activated receptor 4 in insulin resistance and cardiac dysfunction progression to uncover new disease mechanisms and therapeutic approaches, to correct the metabolic dysfunction and to reduce the thrombotic risk and cardiovascular complications of metabolic syndrome (AHA 15SDG22650004).

Inflammatory serine proteases and cardiac repair

Understanding effects of inflammatory serine protease on cardiomyocyte signaling, attachment and survival to develop new approaches to enhance cardiac repair, improve angiogenesis and reduce adverse cardiac remodeling after myocardial injury.

 

Publications

PubMed Publications

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Additional Publications

Kolpakov MA, Hooshdaran B, Guo X, Wang T, Rafiq K, Vlasenko L, Qi Z, Garikipati VNS, Kishore R, Houser SR, Sabri A. DPPI Deficiency Enhances Both Angiogenesis and Arteriogenesis and Improves Cardiac Function after Myocardial Infarction. FASEB J, April 2016; 30:1211.2

Guo X, Hooshdaran B, Rafiq K, Xi H, Kolpakov MA, Houser SR, Koch W, Liggett S, Sabri A. Death-associated protein kinase mediates myofibril degeneration and myocyte apoptosis induced by beta-adrenergic receptors. FASEB J, April 2014; 28:404.3.

Hooshdaran B, Kolpakov MA, Rafiq K, Guo X, Kiani M, Sabri A. Targeting inflammatory serine proteases for cardiac repair after Ischemia Reperfusion injury. FASEB J. April 2014; 28:1080.10... Expand