Cardiomyocyte-Targeting Exosomes From Sulforaphane-Treated Fibroblasts Affords Cardioprotection in Infarcted Rats

Long-term low-dose sulforaphane treatment of fibroblasts enhanced the release of anti-remodeling cardiomyocyte-targeted fibroblast-derived exosomes, which effectively prevented the onset of heart failure.
[Journal Of Translational Medicine]
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