Johns Hopkins researchers make great strides in understanding biology behind pulmonary hypertension

March 27, 2018 Working with cells that line the innermost layer of the blood vessels, Johns Hopkins investigators say they have made a leap forward in understanding the underlying biology behind pulmonary hypertension, a dangerous type of high blood pressure in lungs that ultimately leads to right heart failure and death. By conducting experiments in […]

Johns Hopkins Investigators Unravel Biological Roots of Pulmonary Hypertension

By working with cells that line the innermost layer of the blood vessels, researchers say they’ve made great strides in understanding the biology behind pulmonary hypertension. Credit: iStock Working with cells that line the innermost layer of the blood vessels, Johns Hopkins investigators say they have made a leap forward in understanding the underlying biology […]