IMPORTANCE OF THE ENDOTHELIUM IN COORDINATING VASOMOTOR RESPONSES
THE AMP-ACTIVATED PROTEIN KINASE (AMPK) EXERTS ANTI-INFLAMMATORY EFFECTS IN THE ENDOTHELIUM BY ACTIVATING MEF2A AND INCREASING KLF2 AND eNOS EXPRESSION
BLOOD PRESSURE AND VASCULAR FUNCTION IN SHR AFTER CHRONIC TREATMENT WITH MILK PRODUCTS CONTAINING BIOACTIVE PEPTIDES
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ENDOTHELIAL-SPECIFIC OVEREXPRESSION OF LECTIN-LIKE OXIDIZED LOW-DENSITY LIPOPROTEIN RECEPTOR-1 (LOX-1) INCREASES OxLDL UPTAKE AND PLAQUE FORMATION AND LEADS TO ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION
THE CATECHOLAMINES STRIKE BACK
VISUALISATION AND SUBTYPE IDENTIFICATION OF ENDOTHELIAL ALPHA 1 ADRENOCEPTORS IN THE MURINE CAROTID ARTERY
ANGIOTENSIN II-INDUCED SENESCENCE THROUGH RAS-CASPASE 3 PATHWAY IN CARDIOVASCULAR CENTER OF BRAIN INCREASES SYMPATHETIC NERVE ACTIVITY IN HYPERTENSIVE RAT
SENSORY-MOTOR NEUROTRANSMITTER TERMINATES THE LONG-LASTING VASOCONSTRICTION INITIATED BY ENDOTHELIN-1
SEGMENTAL DILATATION OF PARENCHYMAL ARTERIOLES OF CAT CEREBRAL CORTEX FOLLOWING INITIAL CONSTRICTION DURING PASSAGE OF CORTICAL SPREADING DEPRESSION: GLIAL CONTROL?
ASTROCYTIC ENDFOOT CALCIUM AND BK CHANNELS DETERMINE CEREBROVASCULAR DILATION AND CONSTRICTION DURING NEUROVASCULAR COUPLING
14,15-EPOXYEICOSA-5(Z)-ENOIC ACID (14,15-EE5ZE) ACTS AS AN EET RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST INHIBITING 14,15-EET RECEPTOR BINDING AND G-PROTEIN ACTIVATION
RELAXATION OF PORCINE CORONARY ARTERY TO NITRIC OXIDE: DIRECT EFFECT OF HYDROGEN PEROXIDE ON PKG
NOVEL MECHANISM OF SUSTAINED RHOA ACTIVATION IN VASCULAR SMOOTH MUSCLE; ITS POSSIBLE ROLE IN VASOSPASM
THE EFFECT OF THE FEMALE HORMONE, 17β-ESTRADIOL, ON ADENYLYL CYCLASE AND PROTEIN KINASE G IN THE REGULATION OF VASCULAR FUNCTION
MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF ARTERIAL REMODELING
PULMONARY PRESSURE REDUCTION ATTENUATES EXPRESSION OF PROTEINS IDENTIFIED BY LUNG PROTEOMIC PROFILING IN PULMONARY HYPERTENSIVE RATS
CHRONIC HYPOXIA-INDUCED PULMONARY HYPERTENSION AND PULMONARY VASCULAR REMODELLING ARE LINKED TO THE DOWNREGULATION OF THE SOLUBLE EPOXIDE HYDROLASE
CHARACTERIZATION OF VASCULAR METABOLISM IN ZUCKER RAT
STATIN AMELIORATES HYPOXIA-INDUCED PULMONARY HYPERTENSION ASSOCIATED WITH DOWN-REGULATED STROMAL CELL-DERIVED FACTOR-1
THE VESSEL ON FINE
CRITICAL ROLE OF RENIN-ANGIOTENSIN-ALDOSTERONE AXIS IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION IN MICE LACKING ENTIRE NITRIC OXIDE SYNTHASE SYSTEM
ESTROGEN SUPPRESSES MITOCHONDRIAL ROS PRODUCTION IN THE CEREBRAL VASCULATURE: ROLE IN PROTECTION FROM ISCHEMIA
EFFECT OF THE SMALL GTP-BINDING PROTEINS Rho AND Rac ON PROGRESSION OF CHRONIC RENAL FAILURE IN MICE
NOX4 OXIDIZES SERCA AND INDUCES VASCULAR DYSFUNCTION IN THE PREDIABETIC ZUCKER RAT
ASTROCYTES: THE GATEKEEPERS OF THE BRAIN
ADVENTITIAL FIBROBLASTS AND VASCULAR DYSFUNCTION
ZONA GLOMERULOSA CELL REGULATION OF ADRENAL CORTICAL ARTERIAL TONE
PERIVASCULAR FAT: AN EMERGING DUAL MODULATOR OF VASCULAR FUNCTION AND ITS DYSFUNCTION IN DISEASES
ADVENTITIA-DERIVED RELAXING FACTOR
THE RELEASE OF A RELAXING FACTOR BY RETINAL TISSUE
AGING ADIPOCYTES IN VASCULAR DYSFUNCTION
ENDOTHELIAL NITRIC OXIDE SYNTHASE REGULATION IN PRESSURE OVERLOAD-INDUCED HYPERTROPHY IN OVARIECTOMIZED RATS
EVIDENCE FOR RHO-KINASE ACTIVATION IN PATIENTS WITH PULMONARY ARTERIAL HYPERTENTION
VEGF-INDUCED ENDOTHELIAL CELL MIGRATION IS MODULATED BY OXIDATIVE MODIFICATION OF THE SERCA CYSTEINE-674 REACTIVE THIOL
HYDROGEN PEROXIDE POTENTIATES THE EDHF PHENOMENON BY PROMOTING ENDOTHELIAL CALCIUM MOBILIZATION
ABSENCE OF LIPOCALIN-2 PREVENTS ENDOTHELIUM-DEPENDENT CONTRACTIONS INDUCED BY AGING AND HIGH FAT DIET FEEDING IN MICE
ORALLY ADMINISTERED EICOSAPENTAENOIC ACID REDUCES AND STABILIZES ATHEROSCLEROTIC LESIONS
PRACTICE OF HYPERTENSION IN NEAR FUTURE: PERSPECTIVE OF BLOOD PRESSURE AND HEART RATE MONITORING
ROLES OF RHO/RHO-KINASE IN CELLULAR FUNCTIONS AND DISEASES
PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE
FFA AND MOBILE RENIN-ANGIOTENSIN SYSTEM IN MAN
INFLAMMATION IN ATHEROSCLEROSIS FROM BENCH TO BEDSIDE
DYSFUNCTION OF ENDOTHELIAL DERIVED RELAXING FACTORS CAUSED BY LONG-TERM IN VIVO ADMINISTRATION OF NITRATE
MULTIFUNCTIONALILTY OF SILDENAFIL, AN PDE-5 INHIBITOR - PULMONARY VASODILATATION AND BEYOND-
CO-MEDIATED MODULATION OF H2S GENERATION VIA CBS: A PUTATIVE TONIC MECHANISM FOR NEUROVASCULAR UNITS
POSSIBLE MECHANISMS OF MULTIPLE EFFECTS OF CALCIUM CHANNEL BLOCKERS ON INHIBITION OF VASCULAR INJURY, METABOLIC SYNDROME, ISCHEMIC BRAIN DAMAGE AND COGNITIVE DECLINE
VASCULAR PROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF CALCIUM CHANNEL BLOCKERS IN VITRO AND IN VIVO
COMPREHENSIVE AND COLLECTIVE APPROACHES TO FIND NEW AND EFFECTIVE TREATMENT OF CIRCULATORY DISEASES FROM GENOMIC DATABASE
THE ROLE OF ADMA IN VASCULAR DISEASE
Cav CHANNELS AND THEIR MODIFIERS: MOLECULAR IDENTIFICATION OF THE BINDING SITES
ACE-INHIBITORS AND ENDOTHELIAL FUNCTION
THERAPEUTIC STRATEGY FOR PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL DISEASE: PHARMACOLOGICAL THERAPY AND ANGIOGENISIS-ROLES OF SEROTONIN AND NITRIC OXIDE-
EVIDENCE FOR A UNIQUE ROLE OF SEROTONIN IN THE SICK VESSEL SYNDROME
VASCULAR FAILURE AND VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL FUNCTION
LEARNING FROM THE LARGEST ARB MEGA-TRIALS: RESULTS FORM ONTARGET AND TRANSCEND
NEW MECHANISM OF CORONARY ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION IN HUMANS
25 YEARS OF ENDOTHELIAL RESEARCH IN HUMANS: WHERE WE HAVE BEEN AND WHERE WE ARE HEADING
ENHANCED ANGIOTENSIN II FORMING ACTIVITY IN MONONUCLEAR CELLS BY ELEVATED FFA: IMPLICATION IN ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION AS MOBILE RENIN-ANGIOTENSIN SYSTEM
VASCULOPROTECTIVE ROLE OF NITRIC OXIDE SYNTHASE SYSTEM AGAINST VASCULAR LESION FORMATION IN MICE IN VIVO
CYCLOPHILIN A PROMOTES VASCULAR OXIDATIVE STRESS AND ACCELERATES DEVELOPMENT OF ANGIOTENSIN II-INDUCED AORTIC ANEURYSMS
RAMP2 IS THE KEY DETERMINANT OF THE VASCULAR FUNCTIONS OF ADRENOMEDULLIN
PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL RELEVANCE OF UNCOUPLED ENDOTHELIAL NITRIC OXIDE SYNTHASE IN CARDIOMYOCYTE INJURY TRIGGERED BY PHENYLEPHRINE-INDUCED HYPERTROPHY
DIFFERENT ROLES OF BONE MARROW-DERIVED PROGENITOR CELLS IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF VASCULAR DISEASE
ROLE OF BONE MARROW STEM CELLS IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF PULMONARY HYPERTENSION AND PHARMACOLOGICAL MODULATION
ADIPONECTIN MEDIATES THE BENEFICIAL EFFECT OF PPARy AGONIST ROSIGLITAZONE ON ENDOTHELIAL FUNCTION IN TYPE II DIABETIC MICE
BLACK TEA POLYPHENOLS PROTECT ENDOTHELIAL CELL FUNCTION
INDUCTION OF CARDIAC HYPERTROPHY BY RHO-ASSOCIATED KINASE 2 IS MEDIATED BY DOWNREGULATION OF FOUR-AND-A-HALF LIM-ONLY PROTEIN 2
THE CATECHIN-INDUCED REDOX-SENSITIVE ACTIVATION OF ENDOTHELIAL NITRIC OXIDE SYNTHASE IS CRITICALLY DEPENDENT ON HYDROXYL MOIETIES
BIPHASIC EFFECTS OF INSULIN ON ENDOTHELIAL SENESCENCE
POSITIVE FEEDBACK MECHANISM OF NO BY DIMETHYLARGININE DIMETHYLAMINOHYDROLASE-2 EXPRESSION VIA CYCLIC GMP INDUCTION IN ENDOTHELIAL CELLS
MODULATION OF RENIN-ANGIOTENSIN SYSTEM BY RENIN INHIBITOR ALISKIREN IMPROVES ENDOTHELIAL FUNCTION IN SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS
LECTIN-LIKE OXIDIZED LDL RECEPTOR-1 (LOX-1) AS A NOVEL RECEPTOR FOR REMNANT-LIKE LIPOPROTEIN PARTICLES (RLP) IN VASCULAR SMOOTH MUSCLE CELLS
ANGIOPOIETIN-LIKE 2 IS A POTENT VASODILATOR AND HYPOTENSIVE PROTEIN IN MICE
NBCn1 IS THE ONLY Na+,HCO3− COTRANSPORTER IN VASCULAR SMOOTH MUSCLE AND ENDOTHELIAL CELLS IN SITU: IMPORTANCE FOR VASCULAR TONE REGULATION
ROLE OF RHO KINASE IN THE INHIBITION OF ENDOTHELIUM-DEPENDENT VASORELAXATION TO ISOPRENALINE BY TP RECEPTOR ACTIVATION
NITRIC OXIDE SYNTHASE AND SOLUBLE GUANYLYL CYCLASE ACTIVATION ARE REQUIRED FOR HYPOXIC ENDOTHELIUM-DEPENDENT CONTRACTIONS OF THE PORCINE CORONARY ARTERY
TESTOSTERONE ACTIVATES ENDOTHELIAL NITRIC OXIDE SYNTHASE THROUGH NON-GENOMIC SIGNALING OF ANDROGEN RECEPTOR
ANGIOTENSIN II IMPAIRS ENDOTHELIUM-DEPENDENT VASODILATATION VIA TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION OF THE ENDOTHELIAL NO SYNTHASE
AGING INDUCES ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION WHILE SPARING ARTERIAL THROMBOSIS
MODULATION OF CALCIUM-ACTIVATED K+ CHANNELS BY CHRONIC SHEAR STRESS ALTERATIONS IN THE RAT MESENTERIC ARTERIAL BED
VASOHIBIN-1 PREVENTS CELLULAR SENESCENCE AND MAINTAINS VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL CELLS
SMALL G PROTEIN RhoA AND Rac COORDINATELY REGULATE STROMAL CELL DERIVED FACTOR-1α-MEDIATED ANGIOGENESIS IN A NITRIC OXIDE DEPENDENT FASHION
THE STEADY-STATE EXPRESSION LEVEL OF CONNEXIN43 IS MAINTAINED BY THE PI3K/AKT PATHWAY
CALCIUM-INDEPENDENT PHOSPHOLIPASE A2 IS INVOLVED IN ENDOTHELIUM-DEPENDENT CONTRACTIONS OF THE AORTA OF THE SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS
SIRT1 PROMOTES CELL PROLIFERATION AND PREVENTS CELLULAR SENESCENCE THROUGH TARGETING LKB1 IN PRIMARY CULTURES OF PORCINE AORTIC ENDOTHELIAL CELLS
THE AKT-MEDIATED ACTIVATION OF ENDOTHELIAL NO SYNTHASE BY A RED WINE EXTRACT INVOLVES PROCYANIDIN DIMERS AND OLIGOMERS, AND CONJUGATED ANTHOCYANINS
CHRONIC INTAKE OF RED WINE POLYPHENOLS BY YOUNG RATS PREVENTS THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION
ANTI-ATHEROGENIC EFFECT OF OLEANOLIC ACID APPEARS UNRELATED TO ENDOTHELIAL RELEASE OF NITRIC OXIDE
RED WINE POLYPHENOLS IMPROVE ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION IN THE MESENTERIC ARTERY OF OLD RATS: ROLE OF OXIDATIVE STRESS
EPIGALLOCATECHIN GALLATE CAUSES ENDOTHELIUM DEPENDENT CONTRACTIONS IN THE RAT AORTA
SIRTUIN-1 AND AMP-DEPENDENT PROTEIN KINASE MEDIATE ARTERIAL RELAXATIONS CAUSED BY THE POLYPHENOL, S17834
CHRONIC ANTIOXIDANT CATECHIN PRESERVES H202-DERIVED eNOS DILATIONS AND MAINTAINS CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW IN AGING ATHEROSCLEROTIC MICE
GENETIC DELETION OF POLY (ADP-RIBOSE) POLYMERASE PROMOTES OXIDATIVE STRESS INDUCED ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION
PHARMACOLOGICAL INHIBITION OF ADIPOCYTE-FATTY ACID BINDING PROTEIN (A-FABP) IMPROVES ENDOTHELIAL FUNCTION IN MALE APOLIPOPROTEIN E-KNOCKOUT MICE
EFFECT OF NADPH OXIDASE INHIBITOR AND SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE MIMETIC ON THE EXPRESSION OF NITRIC OXIDE SYNTHASE IN SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS
QUINONE-BASED SYSTEM FOR THE CONTROLLED INDUCTION OF OXIDATIVE STRESS AND ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION IN ISOLATED ARTERIES
TOLL-LIKE RECEPTOR 4 INCREASES OXIDATIVE STRESS BY INHIBITING EXTRACELLULAR SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE IN ANGIOTENSIN II-INDUCED HYPERTENSION
LOW LUMINAL PH AGGRAVATES FATTY ACID BOUND ALBUMIN INDUCED O2•- PRODUCTION IN RENAL PROXIMAL TUBULAR CELL
GENETIC DELETION OF OX40 LIGAND SUPPRESSES THE DEVELOPMENT OF ATHEROSCLEROSIS IN APOLIPOPROTEIN E-DEFICIENT MICE
CANDESARTAN IMPROVES IMPAIRED ENDOTHELIAL FUNCTION IN HUMAN CORONARY ARTERY
ANGIOTENSIN II STIMULATES ENDOTHELIAL CELL MIGRATION VIA SIRT2-MEDIATED DEACETYLAION OF α-TUBULIN
ALDOSTERONE RAPIDLY ENHANCES ENDOTHELIUM-DEPENDENT RELAXATION OF RAT SMALL MESENTERIC ARTERIES VIA POTENTIATION OF BOTH THE NO AND EDHF COMPONENTS
IMPAIRMENT OF ENDOTHELIAL FUNCTION IN ATHEROSCLEROTIC MICE LACKING VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL ENDOTHELIN-1
ANGIOTENSIN II ATTENUATES VASODILATATION OF ANP IN HUMAN: ROLES OF CGMP BIOAVAILABILITY AND AT1 RECEPTOR
HIGH SODIUM AUGMENTS ANGIOTENSIN II-INDUCED PROLIFERATION OF RAT VASCULAR SMOOTH MUSCLE CELL THROUGH ERK1/2-DEPENDENT PATHWAY
EFFECTS OF ANGIOTENSIN II TYPE 2 RECEPTORS ON CALCITONIN GENE-RELATED PEPTIDE NEURITES OUTGROWTH IN APOLIPOPROTEINE-DEFICIENT MICE
INHIBITORY EFFECT OF VASCULAR ENDOTHELIUM ON AGONIST-INDUCED VASOCONSTRICTION IN RAT MESENTERIC RESISTANCE ARTERIES DISAPPERS WITH AGEING
CRITICAL ROLES OF V1A AND V1B VASOPRESSIN RECEPTORS IN SYSTEMIC BLOOD PRESSURE HOMEOSTASIS: STUDIES FROM GENE KNOCKOUT MICE
ROLE OF EXTRACELLULAR SIGNAL-RELATED KINASES IN THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF VASCULAR DYSFUNCTION IN AGING AND HYPERTENSION
A NEW VIEW OF ATHEROSCLEROSIS RELATED PHAMACOGENETICS BASED GENE ANALYSIS IN JAPANESE ELDERLY WOMEN
PROGRANULIN IN ADVANCED HUMAN ATHEROSCLEROTIC PLAQUE
BASIC AND CLINICAL CARDIOVASCULAR ACTIONS INDUCED BY GINKGO BILOBA EXTRACT AND ITS CONSTITUENTS IN RAT AORTA
EFFECTS OF ANTIVIRAL NUCLEOSIDE ANALOGS ON RELAXATION OF RAT BASILAR ARTERIES
CORRELATION OF THE PATENCY OF MYOENDOTHELIAL CONNECTIONS WITH ENDOTHELIAL VASODILATOR RESPONSES IN SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS
COMBINATION THERAPY WITH ANGIOTENSIN RECEPTOR BLOCKER AND CALCIUM CHANNEL BLOCKER IMPROVES EDHF-MEDIATED RESPONSES IN DIABETIC APOLIPOPROTEIN E-DEFICIENT MICE
HYPERTENSION AND EDHF-MEDIATED RESPONSES IN MESENTERIC ARTERIES OF THE RATS
ROLES OF ENDOTHELIAL OXIDASES IN ENDOTHELIUM-DERIVED HYPERPOLARIZING FACTOR RESPONSES IN MICE
DISTINCTIVE LOCALIZATION AND OPPOSED ROLES OF VASOHIBIN-1 AND VASOHIBIN-2 IN THE REGULATION OF ANGIOGENESIS
EFFECT OF DIENOGEST ON ESTROGEN-INDUCED NITRIC OXIDE PRODUCTION IN HUMAN UMBILICAL VEIN ENDOTHELIAL CELLS AND ENDOTHELIUM-DEPENDENT VASODILATATION IN POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN
AGING AND PROSTACYCLIN RESPONSES IN AORTA AND PLATELETS FROM WKY AND SHR RATS
MECHANICAL STRETCH AUGMENTS INSULIN-INDUCED VASCULAR SMOOTH MUSCLE CELL PROLIFERATION BY UPREGULATION OF INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR 1 RECEPTOR
ROLE OF RHO-KINASE IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF CORONARY HYPERCONSTRICTING RESPONSES INDUCED BY PACLITAXEL-ELUTING STENT
SERUM RAGE LIGANDS INDUCE OSTEOBLASTIC DIFFERENTIATION OF VASCULAR SMOOTH MUSCLE CELLS VIA RAGE-Notch-Msx2 PATHWAY
THE RELAXING EFFECT OF OKADAIC ACID ON CANINE BASILAR ARTERY INVOLVES PHOSPHORYLATION OF THE MYOSIN LIGHT CHAIN AT THREONINE-9
IMPORTANCE OF DUAL INDUCTION TESTS FOR CORONARY VASOSPASM AND VENTRICULAR FIBRILLATION IN PATIENTS SURVIVED FROM OUT-OF-HOSPITAL CARDIAC ARREST
RHO KINASE INHIBITORS PREVENT ENDOTHELIUM-DEPENDENT CONTRACTIONS IN THE RAT AORTA
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ENDOGENOUS UREA AS A SUBJECT AND AS AN OBJECT OF β-ADRENOCEPTOR CONTROL IN ANIMAL ORGANISM
PIOGLITAZONE OPPOSES NEUROGENIC VASCULAR DYSFUNCTION VIA ABNORMAL INNERVATION OF MESENTERIC PERIVASCULAR NERVES INDUCED BY HYPERINSULINEMIA
DEXMEDETOMIDINE RELAXES ISOLATED PORCINE CORONARY ARTERIES BY ACTIVATING ENDOTHELIAL 2A, 2B AND 2C ADRENOCEPTORS
PROTONS MEDIATE PERIVASCULAR ADRENERGIC NERVE-MEDIATED VASODILATION IN THE RAT MESENTERIC ARTERY
LOCAL-COOLING EFFECTS ON THE SKIN BLOOD FLOW IN MICE AND RATS, THE MOST MAJOR RODENTS IN EXPERIMENTAL ANIMALS
DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF ALPHA-ADRENOCEPTOR AGONISTS ON RELAXATION IN THE MESENTERIC ARTERY AND AORTA OF THE RAT
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BENEFICIAL BIPHASIC EFFECTS OF ADENOSINE ON RAT AFFERENT AND EFFERENT ARTERIOLES
ROLE OF HYDROGEN PEROXIDE, AN ENDOGENOUS EDHF DURING CORONARY OCCLUSION AND INJECTION OF ERYTHROPOIETIN IN CANINE CORONARY NATIVE COLLATERAL MICROCIRCULATION
CAPILLARY-SPECIFIC EXPRESSION OF FABP4 AND FABP5 (FATTY ACID BINDING PROTEINS): A POSSIBLE ROLE OF FATTY ACID TRANSPORT THROUGH CAPILLARY ENDOTHELIUM
IMPAIRED CORONARY METABOLIC DILATION IN METABOLIC SYNDROME
IMPACT OF THE PRESENCE OF METABOLIC SYNDROME ON CORONARY MICROVASCULAR RESPONSE
A HYPOTHESIS: VIRCHOW-ROBIN SPACE AS AN INTEGRATING “CLEFT” OF CEREBROCORTICAL LOCAL ARTERIOLAR RESPONSE
GLUCOSE METABOLISM AND ASTROGLIAL REGULATORY MECHANISM OF CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW
SYNTHETIC PROSTACYCLINE AGONIST, ONO-1301, AMELIORATE LEFT VENTRICULAR DYSFUNCTION AND CARDIAC FIBROSIS IN CARDIOMYOPATHIC HAMSTERS
EXTRACORPOREAL CARDIAC SHOCK WAVE THERAPY AMELIORATES LEFT VENTRICULAR REMODELING AFTER MYOCARDIAL ISCHEMIA-REPERFUSION INJURY IN PIGS IN VIVO
EXOGENOUS ERYTHROPOIETIN PROTECTS LEFT VENTRICLE AGAINST PRESSURE OVERLOAD-INDUCED DYSFUNCTION IN MICE
TRANSCRIPTOMIC ANALYSIS FOR CARDIAC HYPERTROPHY
ENDOTHELIN-1 LEVELS IN CHRONIC CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE
UREA AND MANGANESE AS CARDIOVASCULAR β-ADRENOCEPTORS ANTAGONISTS IN VIVO SUPPORTING DATA IN ANIMAL ORGANISM
UREA AND MANGANESE AS CARDIOVASCULAR β-ADRENOCEPTORS ANTAGONISTS - IN VITRO PROOFS IN HEART AND VASCULAR TISSUES
POLYMORPHISMS OF CYP4A11, A PRODUCING ENZYME OF 20-HETE, ARE ASSOCIATED WITH HYPERTENSION
RETINA DERIVED RELAXATIONS ARE MAINTAINED IN CAROTID AND MESENTERIC ARTERIES OF L-NAME-INDUCED HYPERTENSIVE RATS
MECHANICAL STRETCH POTENTIATES ANGIOTENSIN II-INDUCED PROLIFERATION IN SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RAT VASCULAR SMOOTH MUSCLE CELLS
NEW ADDITIONAL PROGNOSTIC FACTORS OF PULMONARY HYPERTENSION -LESSONS FROM LONG-TERM FOLLOW-UP STUDY-
ROLE OF SOLUBLE EPOXIDE HYDROLASE IN FLOW-INDUCED DILATIONS OF MOUSE MESENTERIC ARTERIES
ENDOTHELIUM-DEPENDENT VASODILATION IN AORTA FROM STROKE-PRONE SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS MADE HYPERGLYCEMIA WITH STREPTOZOCIN
EXOGENOUS BH4 IMPROVES NO PRODUCTION AND CONTROLS CYTOSOLIC CALCIUM LEVELS IN DYSFUNCTIONAL AGED ENDOTHELIAL CELLS
PROSTACYCLIN ANALOGS RAPIDLY INDUCE NITRIC OXIDE PRODUCTION THROUGH ENDOTHELIAL NITRIC OXIDE SYNTHASE PHOSPHORYLATION IN VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL CELLS
PLASMA TETRAHYDROBIOPTERIN / DIHYDROBIOPTERIN RATIO: A POSSIBLE MARKER OF ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION
CHARACTERIZATION OF VASCULAR FUNCTION IN MICE LACKING ENTIRE NITRIC OXIDE SYNTHASE SYSTEM
BLOCKAGE OF NOS EXAGGERATES OXYGEN EXTRACTION OVER BLOOD FLOW REDUCTION IN HUMAN SKELETAL MUSCLE AS MEASURED DIRECTLY WITH PET
EFFECT OF CHRONIC TREATMENT WITH ATORVASTATIN ON NITRIC OXIDE SYNTHASE, RHO-KINASE AND AKT IN THE KIDNEY OF SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS
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ATORVASTATIN REDUCES SYMPATHETIC NERVE ACTIVITY THROUGH THE INHIBITION OF RAC/NAD(P)H OXIDASE AND UPREGULATION OF Mn-SOD IN BRAIN
EFFECT OF PPAR AGONISTS ON RELAXATIONS AND CONTRACTIONS OF THE SHR AORTA
PPARγ AUGMENTS ANGIOTENSIN II-INDUCED AT2 RECEPTOR MEDIATED RELAXATION IN RAT THORACIC AORTA OF HIGH FAT DIET FED RATS
ENHANCED MACROPHAGE INFILTRATION IN EPICARDIAL ADIPOSE TISSUE IN PATIENTS WITH CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE.
METABOLIC MECHANISMS OF THIOL-MEDIATED VASODILATATION
ENDOTHELIUM-DERIVED NITRIC OXIDE INHIBITS CNP-INDUCED RELAXATION IN THE ISOLATED PORCINE CORONARY ARTERY
ROLE OF MYOSIN LIGHT CHAIN PHOSPHATASE IN DEVELOPMENT OF NITRATE TOLERANCE
VASCULAR SMOOTH MUSCLE RELAXATION IN SOLUBLE GUANYLYL CYCLASE β1 HIS 105 PHE MUTANT MICE.
BICARBONATE-DEPENDENT EFFECT OF HYDROGEN SULPHIDE ON VASCULAR CONTRACTILITY IN RAT AORTIC RINGS
HYDROGEN SULFIDE INDUCED RELAXATION OF ISOLATED RENAL ARTERY OF RABBITS
ELEVATED cGMP PLAYS IMPORTANT ROLE IN ACUTE VASODILATORY EFFECT OF SILDENAFIL
STIMULATION OR ACTIVATION OF SOLUBLE GUANYLATE CYCLASE AND RELAXATION OF ISOLATED AORTA FROM WKY RATS
QUERCETIN EXERTS A GENDER-SELECTIVE RELAXANT EFFECT ON PHENYLEPHRINE CONTRACTED NORMAL AND DIABETIC RAT AORTA.
INNOVATIVE THERAPIES OF ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION IN EXPERIMENTAL DIABETIC RATS
LOSARTAN REVERSES THIAZIDE DIURETICS-EXACERBATED INSULIN RESISTANCE THROUGH MODULATION OF MUSCULAR CAPILLARY DENSITY IN FRUCTOSE-FED RATS
DIABETES- AND HYPERTENSION-INDUCED UPREGULATION OF CONCENTRATIVE NUCLEOSIDE TRANSPORTER-2 IN ENDOTHELIAL CELLS
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METFORMIN IMPROVES IMBALANCE BETWEEN VASODILATOR AND VASOCONSTRICTOR ACTIONS OF ENDOTHELIUM-DERIVED FACTORS IN MESENTERIC ARTERIES FROM TYPE 2 DIABETIC RATS
BLOCKADE OF THE ENDOTHELIAL NF-κB PATHWAY PREVENTS OBESITY-AND AGE-RELATED INSULIN RESISTANCE AND PROLONGS LONGEVITY
RETROVIRAL GENE DELIVERY OF RECEPTOR FOR ADVANCED GLYCATION END PRODUCTS (RAGE) INTO RAT VASCULAR SMOOTH MUSCLE CELLS
COMPARISON OF CALCIUM CHANNEL BLOCKER AND AT1 RECEPTOR BLOCKER FOR THE PROTECTION OF ENDOTHELIAL FUNCTION IN DIABETES
EFFECT OF SPECIFIC T-TYPE CALCIUM CHANNEL BLOCKER R(-) EFONIDIPINE ON THE AMELIORATION OF RENAL MEDULLARY CIRCULATION IN RATS
NATRIURETIC PEPTIDES ENHANCE THE PRODUCTION OF ADIPONECTIN
RAPID, NON-GENOMIC VASCULAR ACTIONS OF GENISTEIN INVOLVES A G-PROTEIN COUPLED RECEPTOR
A VASODILATOR, BRADYKININ, PLAYS A KEY ROLE IN THE CONTRAST MEDIA INDUCED NEPHROPATHY IN MICE
A NOVEL MAS RECEPTOR IN THE EYE TISSUE
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INVOLVEMENT OF TRPV4 CHANNEL IN ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION
LONG-TERM TREATMENT WITH EICOSAPENTAENOIC ACID SUPPRESSSES ISCHEMIA-INDUCED VENTRICULAR FIBRILLATION IN PIGS IN VIVO. POSSIBLE INVOLVEMENT OF ATP-SENSITIVE POTASSIUM CHANNEL
ADENOSINE INDUCES VASODILATATION OF SMALL MESENTERIC ARTERY BY INHIBITING STORE-OPERATED CALCIUM CHANNELS
PROMINENT ROLE OF LARGE CONDUCTANCE CALCIUM-DEPENDENT POTASSIUM CHANNELS IN ENDOTHELIUM-DEPENDENT RELAXATION OF RAT SMALL MESENTERIC ARTERIES IN ALLOXANIC DIABETES
BESTROPHIN-3-ASSOCIATED CALCIUM-ACTIVATED CHLORIDE CURRENT IS IMPORTANT FOR RHYTHMIC BUT NOT TONIC ACTIVITIES IN RAT MESENTERIC SMALL ARTERIES
INSULIN INHIBITS Na+/H+-EXCHANGE IN VASCULAR SMOOTH MUSCLE AND ENDOTHELIAL CELLS IN SITU: INVOLVEMENT OF H2O2 AND TYROSINE PHOSPHATASE SHP-2
STIMULATION OR ACTIVATION OF SOLUBLE GUANYLATE CYCLASE AND AGGREGATION OF WASHED PLATELETS OF WKY RAT
THE AMP-ACTIVATED PROTEIN KINASE (AMPK) α2 SUBUNIT IS INVOLVED IN PLATELET SIGNALING, CLOT RETRACTION AND THROMBUS STABILITY
EXPRESSION OF THE CYTOCHROME P450 EPOXYGENASE CYP2J2 IN HUMAN MONOCYTIC LEUKOCYTES
ADMA, AN ENDOGENOUS NOS INHIBITOR IS METABOLIZED ACTIVELY IN RAT ERYTHROCYTES
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