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Metabolic Drivers and Rescuers of Heart Failure.

Cardiac hypertrophy and heart failure involve a number of metabolic alterations. Human genetic mutations and murine genetic deficiency models of metabolic enzymes or transporters largely suggest that these alterations in metabolism are maladaptive and contribute to the cardiac remodeling and dysfunction. Here, we discuss insights into metabolic alterations identified in cardiac hypertrophy and failure, as well as dietary and pharmacologic therapies that counteract these metabolic alterations and have been shown to significantly improve heart failure.

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