SYSTEMIC STEM CELL IMPROVEMENT IN CARDIAC FUNCTION AFTER ISCHAEMIC INJURY
FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY OF MAMMALIAN TYPE 2C PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE ISOFORMS
SYSTEMIC DELIVERY OF ADULT STEM CELLS IMPROVES CARDIAC FUNCTION IN SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS
INFLUENCE OF SALT ON SUBCELLULAR LOCALIZATION OF NITRIC OXIDE SYNTHASE ACTIVITY AND EXPRESSION IN THE RENAL INNER MEDULLA
ROLE OF p38-MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN KINASE IN ISCHAEMIC PRECONDITIONING IN RAT HEART
EXERCISE PERFORMANCE AND VENTILATORY EFFICIENCY IN PATIENTS WITH MILD AND MODERATE LIVER CIRRHOSIS
ANTIPROLIFERATIVE ACTIVITY OF PAEONIFLORIN IS THROUGH CELL CYCLE ARREST AND THE FAS/FAS LIGAND-MEDIATED APOPTOTIC PATHWAY IN HUMAN NON-SMALL CELL LUNG CANCER A549 CELLS
REGULATION OF ENDOTHELIAL NITRIC OXIDE SYNTHASE
INHIBITION OF THE RENIN–ANGIOTENSIN SYSTEM ATTENUATES THE DEVELOPMENT OF LIVER FIBROSIS AND OXIDATIVE STRESS IN RATS
CHANGES IN REDOX RATIO AND PROTEIN GLYCATION IN PRECATARACTOUS LENS FROM FRUCTOSE-FED RATS
RAPID EFFECT OF PROGESTERONE ON TRANSEPITHELIAL RESISTANCE OF HUMAN FETAL MEMBRANES
EFFECT OF HYDROGEN SULPHIDE ON β-AMYLOID-INDUCED DAMAGE IN PC12 CELLS
GENETIC POLYMORPHISM OF PEROXISOME PROLIFERATOR-ACTIVATED RECEPTOR-γ2 PRO12ALA ON ETHNIC SUSCEPTIBILITY TO DIABETES IN UYGUR, KAZAK AND HAN SUBJECTS
TYPE 1 DIABETES AND HYPERCHOLESTEROLAEMIA REVEAL THE CONTRIBUTION OF ENDOTHELIUM-DERIVED HYPERPOLARIZING FACTOR TO ENDOTHELIUM-DEPENDENT RELAXATION OF THE RAT AORTA
PROTECTION OF ISCHAEMIC-REPERFUSED RAT HEART BY DIMETHYLAMILORIDE IS ASSOCIATED WITH INHIBITION OF MITOCHONDRIAL PERMEABILITY TRANSITION
GABAA RECEPTOR EXPRESSION AND INHIBITORY POST-SYNAPTIC CURRENTS IN CEREBELLAR PURKINJE CELLS IN DYSTROPHIN-DEFICIENT mdx MICE
EVIDENCE THAT HYDROXYSAFFLOR YELLOW A PROTECTS THE HEART AGAINST ISCHAEMIA–REPERFUSION INJURY BY INHIBITING MITOCHONDRIAL PERMEABILITY TRANSITION PORE OPENING
CHANGES IN MUSCARINIC RECEPTORS IN THE TOAD UROTHELIAL CELL LINE TBM-54 FOLLOWING ACROLEIN TREATMENT
HYDROGEN SULPHIDE-INDUCED HYPOTHERMIA ATTENUATES STRESS-RELATED ULCERATION IN RATS
EVIDENCE FOR THE REGULATION OF L-TYPE Ca2+ CHANNELS IN THE HEART BY REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES
REGULATION OF EPITHELIAL Na+ CHANNELS BY ALDOSTERONE