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    Targeting Resolution of Inflammation Following Myocardial Infarction
    Authors: Ganesh V. Halade*
    Heart failure accounts for more than 34% of deaths in the US [1]. The pathogenesis of heart failure after myocardial infarction (MI) is served by changes in left ventricle size, shape and function, which are associated with molecular and functional changes in myocardium [2,3].
    Blood Flow with Boundaries: Wall Shear Stress and Plaque Progression
    Authors: Emad Rasoul-Arzrumly, Olivia Y. Hung, and Habib Samady*
    Shear stress results when fluids move along solid boundaries and is the tangential frictional force produced when fluid interacts with the boundary. In the human body, blood exerts shear stress on the arterial wall and its magnitude is dependent on regional geometry, blood flow, and blood viscosity.
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