THE ROLE OF EDHF IN VASOMOTION - IMPORTANCE OF THE ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM
MECHANISMS UNDERLYING THE VASORELAXING EFFECTS OF CORM-3, A WATER-SOLUBLE CARBON MONOXIDE-RELEASING MOLECULE
SIRT1 REGULATES HYPERGLYCAEMIA-INDUCED ENDOTHELIAL SENESCENCE: EFFECTS OF METFORMIN.
NITRITE- AND NITROXYL-INDUCED RELAXATION IN PORCINE CORONARY (MICRO-) ARTERIES: UNDERLYING MECHANISMS AND ROLE AS ENDOTHELIUM-DERIVED HYPERPOLARIZING FACTOR(S)
THE (PRO)RENIN RECEPTOR BLOCKER HANDLE REGION PEPTIDE UPREGULATES ENDOTHELIUM-DERIVED CONTRACTILE FACTORS IN ALISKIREN-TREATED DIABETIC TRANSGENIC (MREN2)27 RATS.
EPOXYEICOSATRIENOIC ACIDS CONTRIBUTE WITH ALTERED NO AND ENDOTHELIN-1 PATHWAYS TO CONDUIT ARTERY ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION IN ESSENTIAL HYPERTENSION
INFLUENCE OF CGRP AND METHANANDAMIDE ON MEMBRANE POTENTIAL, K+ CURRENTS AND CALCIUM OSCILLATIONS IN MESENTERIC ARTERY SMOOTH MUSCLE
REGULATION OF VASCULAR TONE AND FLOW BY ENDOTHELIAL KCa CHANNELS: FROM ISOLATED CELLS TO INTACT TISSUES
INTACT ENDOTHELIAL AND EDHF-RESPONSES IN SUBCUTANEOUS RESISTANCE ARTERIES FROM GASTRIC BYPASS PATIENTS.
MMP-7 IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION AND ATHEROSCLEROSIS
ENDOTHELIAL 15-LIPOXYGENASE EICOSANOIDS AS EDHFS
INHIBITION OF THE CALCIUM-ACTIVATED KCA3.1 CHANNEL REDUCES NA+ ACCUMULATION AND EDEMA FORMATION IN THE EARLY STAGES OF ISCHEMIC STROKE
A CONSIDERATION OF THE RELATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF SINGLE K+ CHANNEL BLOCKERS ON THE EDHF RESPONSE
HYPERPOLARIZING AND RELAXING FACTORS DERIVED FROM PERIVASCULAR ADIPOSE TISSUE: ROLE OF NO, H2O2 AND ADIPONECTIN?
INHIBITORY EFFECT OF ENDOTHELIUM IS MEDIATED BY ENDOTHELIUM-DERIVED HYPERPOLARIZING FACTOR IN MOUSE CORONARY ARTERIES
ELEVATED 20-HETE CONTRIBUTES TO THE IMPROVED ENDOTHELIAL FUNCTION IN LIPOCALIN-2 DEFICIENT MICE
PHYSIOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS FOR BI-DIRECTIONAL COMMUNICATION AT THE NEUROVASCULAR UNIT: ROLE OF TRPV4 CHANNELS.
NOT JUST EETS! OTHER CYTOCHROME P450 PRODUCTS AND THE REGULATION OF VASCULAR FUNCTION
RYANODINE RECEPTOR INVOLVEMENT IN ENDOTHELIAL CELLS DYSFUNCTION
HYDROGEN SULFIDE INDUCES RELAXATION WITHOUT CHANGES IN SMOOTH MUSCLE CELL CALCIUM IN RAT SMALL ARTERIES
ALTERATIONS IN VASODILATORY COMPONENTS OF ENDOTHELIUM-DEPENDENT RELAXATION IN UTERINE ARTERIES FROM TYPE II DIABETIC RATS
TARGETED DISRUPTION OF T-TYPE CALCIUM CHANNELS ATTENUATE NO-DEPENDENT RECOVERY AFTER DEPOLARIZATION
RHYTHMIC EXPRESSION OF VASOACTIVE COMPOUNDS IN THE RAT BRAIN AND CEREBRAL VASCULATURE
SIGNIFICANCE OF EDHF IN THE HUMAN BLOOD VESSEL
CONDUCTION OF VASODILATION IN THE MICROCIRCULATION: IMPACT OF ELECTROMECHANICAL COUPLING
TISSUE HETEROGENEITY IN REGULATION OF BKCa BY PHOSPHORYLATION
BONE MORPHOGENIC PROTEIN-4 IMPAIRS ENDOTHELIAL FUNCTION
GRAPE-DERIVED POLYPHENOLS PERSISTENTLY IMPROVE THE AGING-RELATED ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION, PARTICULARLY THE EDHF COMPONENT, IN THE RAT MESENTERIC ARTERY: ROLE OF ROS, SKCa, IKCa AND THE ANGIOTENSIN SYSTEM
CARDIOVASCULAR ALTERATIONS IN KCA3.1/KCA2.3 -DEFICIENT MICE AND AFTER ACUTE TREATMENT WITH KCA3.1/KCA2.3 ACTIVATORS.
1,25-DIHYDROXYVITAMIN D3 ACUTELY REDUCES ACETYLCHOLINE-INDUCED ENDOTHELIUM-DEPENDENT CONTRACTION IN HYPERTENSIVE RAT AORTA THROUGH ACTIVATION OF PROTEIN KINASE C
EFFECT OF ISOFLAVONES ON THE VASCULAR ACTIONS OF PHOSPHODIESTERASE INHIBITORS
ENDOTHELIUM-SELECTIVE ACTIVATION OF AMP-ACTIVATED PROTEIN KINASE IMPROVES RE-ENDOTHELIALIZATION AND VASCULAR FUNCTION VIA INDUCTION OF HEME OXYGENASE-1 IN DIABETIC MICE
THE EFFECT OF ANTIRETROVIRAL DRUGS ON INFLAMMATION OF ENDOTHELIAL CELLS
FUNCTIONAL ROLE OF TRPV4-SKCA3 COUPLING IN VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL CELLS IN NORMAL AND STREPTOZOTOCIN-INDUCED DIABETIC RATS
MECHANISMS OF ENDOTHELIUM-DEPENDENT VASODILATION IN MALE AND FEMALE, YOUNG AND AGED OFFSPRING BORN GROWTH RESTRICTED.
EVIDENCE FOR THE IMPORTANT ROLE OF THE BONE MARROW IN MODULATING MICROVASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL AND METABOLIC FUNCTIONS IN MICE
ANTIRETROVIRAL TREATMENT CAN AFFECT THE RELEASE OF NO AND EDCF, BUT NOT EDH IN RAT ARTERIES
ANTENATAL MELATONIN ON VASCULAR FUNCTION IN NORMALLY GROWN, GROWTH RESTRICTED & ALCOHOL EXPOSED SHEEP FETUSES
ATTENUATED EDHF-RESPONSE UNDERLIES HYPERTENSION IN REDOX-DEAD CYS42SER PKGIα KNOCK-IN MOUSE
VASCULAR HYPOXIC-PRECONDITIONING RELIES ON TRPV4-DEPENDENT CALCIUM INFLUX AND PROPER INTERCELLULAR GAP-JUNCTIONS COMMUNICATION. A PROTECTIVE ROLE FOR EDHF?
VASODILATION OF MICROVESSELS BY THE AMP-ACTIVATED PROTEIN KINASE (AMPK) INVOLVES ACTIVATION OF BKCA CHANNELS
IKCA CHANNELS PRESERVE ENDOTHELIUM-DEPENDENT VASODILATATION IN ISOLATED PERFUSED KIDNEYS OF SHR SUBMITTED TO CHRONIC NO-SYNTHASE INHIBITION
GENETIC DEFICIT IN SK3 AND IK1 CHANNELS AND DEVELOPMENT OF HYPOXIC PULMONARY HYPERTENSION IN MICE
PUTATIVE ROLE OF CYSTATHIONINE-γ-LYASE-DEPENDENT H2S IN ENDOTHELIAL VASODILATION
Differential effect of CYP 2C9-dependent pathway on vascular tone or fibrinolysis regulation in healthy humans and patients with essential hypertension
PROSTAGLANDIN E2-EP4 SIGNALING REDUCES INFLAMMATION IN MOUSE ADIPOSE TISSUE
ENDOTHELIAL CELL HYPERPOLARIZATION AND EDHF: LOCAL AND REGIONAL INFLUENCE OF DIABETES
CHRONIC TREATMENT WITH SKA-31, AN ACTIVATOR OF ENDOTHELIAL K+ CHANNELS, IN A SEVERE MURINE MODEL OF HYPERTENSION ASSOCIATED WITH STROKE, AORTIC ANEURYSMS AND RENAL FAILURE
OBESITY-ACCELERATED ARTERIAL AGING: INTERPLAY BETWEEN FREE FATTY ACIDS AND LIPOCALIN-2
THE CONTRIBUTION OF ENDOTHELIUM-DERIVED HYPERPOLARIZING FACTOR IS DECREASED IN MESENTERIC ARTERIES FROM RATS BRED FOR LOW INTRINSIC RUNNING CAPACITY.
UPDATE ON KCA3.1 (IK) AND KCA2.3 (SK) CHANNEL PHARMACOLOGY
ALTERATION OF EDHF UNDER HYPOXIA-REOXYGENATION AND POSSIBLE REVERSING METHODS
PERFUSION OF ISOLATED CAROTID SINUS WITH HYDROGEN SULFIDE ATTENUATED THE RENAL SYMPATHETIC NERVE ACTIVITY IN ANESTHETIZED MALE RATS