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    Vascular biology : abstracts

    Catalogue medicine | 2002
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    Endocannabinoids as endothelium-derived hyperpolarizing factors: The end of the road?

    Garland, C. J. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    Phospholipid-derived epoxyeicosatrienoic acids mediate the relaxations attributed to endothelium-derived hyperpolarizing factor

    Mombouli, J.-V. / Ntsikoussalabongui, B. / Ballard, K. et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    Mechanisms of vasodilatation in human conduit arteries

    Hamilton, C. A. / Berg, G. / McArthur, K. et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    Effect of aging on the endothelium-dependent relaxation induced by acetylcholine in mesenteric resistance arteries of the rat

    de Sotomayor, M. A. / Stoclet, J.-C. / Andriantsitohaina, R. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    Pharmacological characterization of the potassium channels targetted by endothelium-derived hyperpolarizing factor

    Hogestatt, E. D. / Petersson, J. / Andersson, D. A. et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    The role of nonselective cation current in regulation of membrane potential in vascular smooth muscle cells

    Zakharov, S. L. / Cohen, R. A. / Bolotina, V. M. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    Effects of SIN-1 on potassium channels of vascular smooth muscle cells of the rabbit aorta and guinea-pig carotid artery

    Quignard, J.-F. / Chataigneau, T. / Corriu, C. et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    Epoxyeicosatrienoic acids potentiate Ca^2^+ signaling in both endothelial and vascular smooth muscle cells

    Mombouli, J.-V. / Zeldin, D. / Scott-Burden, T. et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    Hyperpolarizing factors and membrane potential in cerebral arterioles: A role for astrocytes and cytochrome P450 genes

    Harder, D. R. / Roman, R. J. / Koehler, R. C. et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    Cannabinoid receptors are present in arterial smooth muscle, are coupled to the inhibition of adenylate cyclase, but are not involved in relaxation

    Holland, M. / Challiss, R. A. J. / Standen, N. B. et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    Role of phospholipase A~2 in EDHF-mediated relaxation of the porcine coronary artery

    Weintraub, N. L. / Stephenson, A. H. / Sprague, R. S. et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    Concluding remarks: Identified and unidentified endothelium-derived hyperpolarizing factors

    Vanhoutte, P. M. / Feletou, M. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    Antihypertensive therapy improves endothelium-dependent hyperpolarization

    Onaka, U. / Fujii, K. / Abe, I. et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    Diminished cyclic GMP- and hyperpolarization-dependent relaxations to acetylcholine in rabbit carotid arteries with a neointima

    Van Hove, C. E. / Matthys, K. E. / Herman, A. G. et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999
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    Mechanisms underlying EDHF-induced relaxations

    Nagao, T. / Ibayashi, S. / Kitazono, T. et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1999

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