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Dr. Marlene Rabinovitch M.D., Cardiologist (Pediatric)

Dr. Marlene Rabinovitch M.D.

Cardiologist (Pediatric) | Pediatric Cardiology

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725 Welch Rd Palo Alto CA, 94304
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Dr. Marlene Rabinovitch is a pediatric cardiologist practicing in Palo Alto, CA. Dr. Rabinovitch specializes in caring for fetuses, infants, children and adolescents with cardiovascular or cardiac abnormalities. Practiced in both inpatient and outpatient settings, the scope of conditions cared for by pediatric cardiologists is large and includes congenital heart defects, heart muscle disorders, rhythm disturbances and hypertension.

Education and Training

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McGill University Faculty of Medicine 1971

Board Certification

PediatricsAmerican Board of PediatricsABP- Pediatric Cardiology

Provider Details

FemaleEnglish 46 years of experience

Residency

  • University of Colorado Program A   

Publications

  • jourl of experimental medicineReduced BMPR2 expression induces GM2014
  • jourl of clinical investigationFK506 activates BMPR2, rescues endothelial dysfunction, and reverses pulmory hypertension.2013
  • Pulmory circulationCombining induced pluripotent stem cell with next generation sequencing technology to gain new2013
  • Circulation researchLoss of adenomatous poliposis coli2012
  • AMERICAN JOURL OF PATHOLOGYNeutrophil Elastase Is Produced by Pulmory Artery Smooth Muscle Cells2011
  • JOURL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATIONDisruption of PPAR gamma2011
  • AMERICAN JOURL OF PATHOLOGYInhibition of Transforming Growth Factor beta Worsens Elastin Degradation2011
  • JOURL OF CELL BIOLOGYBMP promotes motility and represses growth of smooth muscle cells by activation of tandem Wnt2011
  • AMERICAN JOURL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LUNG CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR PHYSIOLOGYTie2-mediated loss of peroxisome proliferator2009
  • CIRCULATION RESEARCHS100A4 and Bone Morphogenetic Protein2009
  • JOURL OF CELL BIOLOGYBone morphogenetic protein 2 induces pulmory angiogenesis via Wnt-beta-catenin2009
  • DEVELOPMENTSM22 alpha-targeted deletion of bone morphogenetic protein receptor 1A in mice impairs cardiac2008
  • JOURL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATIONAn antiproliferative BMP2008
  • Jourl of the American College of CardiologyRelevant issues in the pathology and pathobiology of pulmory hypertension.2013
  • AMERICAN JOURL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LUNG CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR PHYSIOLOGYChronic effects of pulmory artery stenosis on hemodymic and structural development of the lungs2013
  • CIRCULATION RESEARCHRegulatory T Cells Limit Vascular Endothelial Injury and Prevent Pulmory Hypertension2011
  • AMERICAN JOURL OF RESPIRATORY AND CRITICAL CARE MEDICINEInhibiting Lung Elastase Activity Ebles Lung Growth in Mechanically Ventilated Newborn Mice2011
  • Rabinovitch, M.PPAR gamma and the Pathobiology of Pulmory Arterial Hypertension2010
  • AMERICAN JOURL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LUNG CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR PHYSIOLOGYProlonged mechanical ventilation with air induces apoptosis2010
  • JOURL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRYCholinergic Modulation of Angiogenesis: Role of the 7 Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor2009
  • JOURL OF CELL SCIENCELC3-mediated fibronectin mR translation induces fibrosarcoma growth by increasing connective tissue2009
  • CARDIOLOGY IN THE YOUNGBalloon occlusion pulmory wedge angiography2009
  • EUROPEAN RESPIRATORY JOURLInsulin resistance in pulmory arterial hypertension2009
  • FASEB JOURLVEGF blockade inhibits angiogenesis and reepithelialization of endometrium2008
  • JOURL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATIONMolecular pathogenesis of pulmory arterial hypertension2008
  • JOURL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINEPulmory arterial remodeling induced by a Th2 immune response2008
  • CIRCULATION RESEARCHSmooth muscle protein 22 alpha2008
  • AMERICAN JOURL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LUNG CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR PHYSIOLOGYReactivation of gamma HV68 induces neointimal lesions in pulmory arteries of S100A42008
  • DEVELOPMENTAL DYMICSDevelopmental expression of LC3 alpha and beta2008
  • AMERICAN JOURL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LUNG CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR PHYSIOLOGYMechanical ventilation uncouples synthesis and assembly of elastin and increases apoptosis2008
  • AMERICAN JOURL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LUNG CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR PHYSIOLOGYMechanical ventilation with 40% oxygen reduces pulmory expression of genes that regulate lung2007
  • JOURL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGYPoint: Counterpoint: Chronic hypoxia-induced pulmory hypertension does2007
  • AMERICAN JOURL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LUNG CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR PHYSIOLOGYDysregulation of pulmory elastin synthesis and assembly in preterm lambs with chronic lung disease2007
  • AMERICAN JOURL OF RESPIRATORY AND CRITICAL CARE MEDICINENuclear factor-kappa B activation in neotal mouse lung protects against lipopolysaccharide2007
  • CIRCULATIONPulmory arterial hypertension is linked to insulin resistance2007
  • ANNUAL REVIEW OF PATHOLOGY-MECHANISMS OF DISEASEPathobiology of pulmory hypertension2007
  • CHESTCellular and molecular pathobiology of pulmory hypertension conference summary2005
  • CHESTMts1/S100A4 stimulates human pulmory artery2005
  • FASEB jourlCaspases from apoptotic myocytes degrade extracellular matrix: a novel remodeling paradigm.2005
  • PEDIATRIC RESEARCHGene transfer of prostaglandin synthase maintains patency of the newborn lamb arterial duct2005
  • CIRCULATION RESEARCHIncreased fibulin-5 and elastin in S100A4/Mts1 mice with pulmory hypertension2005
  • CIRCULATION RESEARCHInterdependent serotonin transporter and receptor pathways regulate S100A42005
  • CIRCULATIONEpidermal growth factor receptor blockade mediates smooth muscle cell apoptosis2005
  • PLOS BIOLOGYSubversion of cellular autophagosomal machinery by R viruses2005
  • CIRCULATION RESEARCHApolipoprotein D and platelet-derived growth factor2004
  • AMERICAN JOURL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGYElafin-overexpressing mice have improved cardiac function after myocardial infarction2004
  • CIRCULATIONPulmory arterial hypertension - Future directions - Report of a tiol Heart2004
  • JOURL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF CARDIOLOGYCellular and molecular pathobiology of pulmory arterial hypertension2004
  • CIRCULATION RESEARCHThe mouse through the looking glass - A new door into the pathophysiology of pulmory hypertension2004
  • AMERICAN JOURL OF PATHOLOGYS100A4/Mts1 produces murine pulmory2004
  • Am J PatholS100A4/Mts1 produces murine pulmory2004
  • Circ ResApolipoprotein D and PDGF-BB synergism mediates vascular smooth muscle cell migration.2004
  • ARTERIOSCLEROSIS THROMBOSIS AND VASCULAR BIOLOGYApolipoprotein D inhibits platelet-derived growth factor2003
  • CirculationLow molecular weight heparin2003
  • CIRCULATIONTemporal response and localization of integrins beta 1 and beta 32003
  • Am J Physiol Heart Circ PhysiolElafin overexpressing mice have improved cardiac function after myocardial infarction.2003
  • Arterioscler Thromb Vasc BiolApolipoprotein D inhibits PDGF induced v2003
  • JOURL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGYDexfenfluramine protects against pulmory hypertension in rats2002
  • CARDIOVASCULAR PATHOLOGYUnderstanding and treating vein graft atherosclerosis2002
  • Cardiology clinicsPulmory arterial hypertension in congenital heart disease.2002
  • TURE MEDICINENovel notions on newborn lung disease2002
  • JOURL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATIONEnhanced ERK-1/2 activation in mice susceptible to coxsackievirus-induced myocarditis2002
  • AMERICAN JOURL OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGYFetal pulmory artery diameters and their association with lung hypoplasia and posttal outcome2002
  • CIRCULATIONOverexpression of the serine elastase inhibitor elafin protects transgenic mice from hypoxic2002
  • JOURL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATIONLinking a serotonin transporter polymorphism to vascular smooth muscle proliferation2001
  • CLINICS IN CHEST MEDICINEPathobiology of pulmory hypertension - Extracellular matrix2001
  • ARTERIOSCLEROSIS THROMBOSIS AND VASCULAR BIOLOGYArterial elastase activity after balloon angioplasty and effects of elafin, an elastase inhibitor2001
  • CIRCULATION RESEARCHTumor necrosis factor2001
  • PROCEEDINGS OF THE TIOL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMConditiol and targeted overexpression of vascular chymase causes hypertension in transgenic mice2001
  • JOURL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATIONA novel vascular smooth muscle chymase is upregulated in hypertensive rats2001
  • O'Blenes, S. B., Fischer, S., McIntyre, B., Keshavjee, S., RABINOVITCHHemodymic unloading leads to regression of pulmory vascular disease in rats2001
  • CirculationGene transfer of the serine elastase inhibitor elafin protects against vein graft degeneration.2000
  • JOURL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF CARDIOLOGYIsolated ductus arteriosus aneurysm in the fetus and infant: A multi-institutiol experience2000
  • TURE MEDICINEComplete reversal of fatal pulmory hypertension in rats by a serine elastase inhibitor2000
  • JOURL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATIONSuppressed smooth muscle proliferation2000
  • FASEB JOURLNitric oxide reduces vascular smooth muscle cell elastase activity through cGMP2000
  • CIRCULATION RESEARCHUnder new magement - A six-month progress report on Circulation Research2000
  • JOURL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATIONElastase and matrix metalloproteise inhibitors induce regression2000
  • Semirs in thoracic and cardiovascular surgery. Pediatric cardiac surgePathobiology of pulmory hypertension: Impact on clinical magement.2000
  • AMERICAN JOURL OF RESPIRATORY CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGYAdventitial fibroblasts - Defining a role in vessel wall remodeling2000
  • Circulation researchCirculation research Editors' yearly report: 1999-20002000
  • JOURL OF HEART AND LUNG TRANSPLANTATIONPulmory hypertension: Pathophysiology as a basis for clinical decision making1999
  • Stiskal, J. A., Ito, S., Cox, D. W., Shenn, A. T., O'Brien, K. K., KelFunctiol and antigenic concentrations of alpha-11999
  • FASEB JOURLNitric oxide mediates LC-31999
  • Rabinovitch, M.EVE and beyond, retro and prospective insights1999
  • INFECTION AND IMMUNITYSurvival of Mycobacterium avium1999
  • CIRCULATION RESEARCHRegression of hypertrophied rat pulmory arteries1999
  • JOURL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATIONTargeted overexpression of elafin protects mice against cardiac dysfunction1999
  • JOURL OF CELL SCIENCEInduction of vascular smooth muscle cell tescin1999
  • TURE MEDICINEGene transfer in utero biologically engineers a patent ductus arteriosus in lambs by arresting1999
  • TURE MEDICINEA serine elastase inhibitor reduces inflammation and fibrosis and preserves cardiac function1998
  • PEDIATRIC RESEARCHTissue-specific and developmental regulation of transforming growth factor-beta1998
  • CIRCULATION RESEARCHMicrotubule involvement in translatiol regulation of fibronectin expression by light chain 3 of1998
  • CHESTElastase and the pathobiology of unexplained pulmory hypertension1998
  • CIRCULATION RESEARCHAML1-like transcription factor induces serine elastase activity in ovine pulmory artery smooth1998
  • AMERICAN JOURL OF RESPIRATORY AND CRITICAL CARE MEDICINEMechanisms of proliferative and obliterative vascular diseases1998
  • JOURL OF CELLULAR PHYSIOLOGYEndothelial and serum factors which include apolipoprotein A1 tether elastin to smooth muscle cells1998
  • JOURL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATIONMicrotubule-associated protein 1 light chain 3 is a fibronectin mR1997
  • JOURL OF CELL BIOLOGYRegulation of tescin-C1997
  • RABINOVITCH, M.New insights and therapeutic strategies for postcardiac transplantation corory artery disease1997
  • CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCHPulmory hypertension: Updating a mysterious disease1997
  • AMERICAN JOURL OF PATHOLOGYTescin-C, proliferation and subendothelial fibronectin in progressive pulmory vascular disease1997
  • AMERICAN JOURL OF RESPIRATORY CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGYThe committed vascular smooth muscle cell: A question of 'timing' or 'response to pressure' or both1997
  • BRITISH JOURL OF PHARMACOLOGYCarbon monoxide formation in the ductus arteriosus in the lamb1997
  • SEMIRS IN PERITOLOGYCell-extracellular matrix interactions in the ductus arteriosus and perital pulmory circulation1996
  • CIRCULATION RESEARCHTescin-C is induced with progressive pulmory vascular disease in rats1996
  • HEARTGerbode's defect associated with acute sinus node dysfunction as a complication of infective1996
  • RABINOVITCH, M.It all begins with eve (endogenous vascular elastase)1996
  • BRAZILIAN JOURL OF MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL RESEARCHFusion of Leishmania amazonensis par1996
  • JOURL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATIONElafin, a serine elastase inhibitor1996
  • EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCHFunctiol interplay between interleukin-1 receptor1996
  • TRENDS IN MICROBIOLOGYCohabitation of Leishmania amazonensis and Coxiella burnetii1996
  • JOURL OF CELLULAR PHYSIOLOGYExogenous leukocyte1996
  • Acta paediatrica Japonica; Overseas editionElastase and cell matrix interactions in the pathobiology of vascular disease.1995
  • ARTERIOSCLEROSIS THROMBOSIS AND VASCULAR BIOLOGYINCREASED ELASTIN-DEGRADING ACTIVITY AND NEOINTIMAL FORMATION IN PORCINE AORTIC ORGAN1995
  • RABINOVITCH, M., Molossi, S., Clausell, N.Cytokine-mediated fibronectin production1995
  • Coles, J. G., Yemets, I., jm, H. K., Lukanich, J. M., Perron, J., WilsEXPERIENCE WITH REPAIR OF CONGENITAL HEART-DEFECTS USING ADJUNCTIVE ENDOVASCULAR DEVICES1995
  • AMERICAN JOURL OF RESPIRATORY AND CRITICAL CARE MEDICINEINCREASED RESPIRATORY SYSTEM RESISTANCE AND BRONCHIAL SMOOTH1995
  • JOURL OF CELLULAR PHYSIOLOGYLYMPHOCYTE TRANSENDOTHELIAL MIGRATION TOWARD SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS IN INTERLEUKIN1995
  • JOURL OF THEABNORMALITIES IN INTRAMYOCARDIAL ARTERIES DETECTED IN CARDIAC TRANSPLANT BIOPSY SPECIMENS0

Dr. Marlene Rabinovitch M.D.'s Practice location

Practice At 725 Welch Rd

725 Welch Rd -
Palo Alto, CA 94304
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