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In brief, the following mechanisms are involved:1(i) a decrease in the endogenous biotransformation of organic nitrates by aldehyde dehydrogenase-2;2(ii) desensitization of soluble guanylyl cyclase ...

European Heart Journal, Rassaf, Tienush, Kelm, Malte

Date : 01/11/2013 Item size : 150055 bytes
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Conclusion Inhibition of endogenous NO release reduces, whereas replenishment with exogenous NO increases LV function, pointing towards a positive effect of tonically released NO on LV function in ...

European Heart Journal, Rassaf, Tienush, Poll, Ludger W., Brouzos, Paris, Lauer, Thomas, Totzeck, Matthias, Kleinbongard, Petra, Gharini, Putrika, Andersen, Kjel, Schulz, Rainer, Heusch, Gerd, ...

Date : 02/07/2006
Ehjcardiovascrec

Release of endothelium derived nitric oxide in relation to pressure and flow

Cardiovascular Research, Kelm, Malte, Feelisch, Martin, Deussen, Andreas, Strauer, Bodo E, Schrader, Jürgen

Date : 01/10/1991 Item size : 84961 bytes
Ehjcardiovascrec

Abstract Objective: It has been suggested that nitric oxide (NO) is involved in the regulation of myocardial function in a variety of diseases such as dilated cardiomyopathy, myocarditis, heart ...

Cardiovascular Research, Kelm, Malte, Schäfer, Stefan, Dahmann, Rüdiger, Dolu, Bahar, Perings, Stefan, Decking, Ulrich K.M, Schrader, Jürgen, Strauer, Bodo E

Date : 01/11/1997
Ehjcardiovascrec

Design and experimental material Porcine macrovascular endothelial cells cultured on microcarrier beads were used as a model in which the rate of NO release was determined photometrically. Columns ...

Cardiovascular Research, Kelm, Malte, Feelisch, Martin, Deussen, Andreas, Strauer, Bodo E, Schrader, Jürgen

Date : 01/10/1991 Item size : 117995 bytes
Ehjournal

In brief, the following mechanisms are involved:1(i) a decrease in the endogenous biotransformation of organic nitrates by aldehyde dehydrogenase-2;2(ii) desensitization of soluble guanylyl cyclase ...

European Heart Journal, Rassaf, Tienush, Kelm, Malte

Date : 01/11/2013 Item size : 142641 bytes
Ehjournal

Conclusion Inhibition of endogenous NO release reduces, whereas replenishment with exogenous NO increases LV function, pointing towards a positive effect of tonically released NO on LV function in ...

European Heart Journal, Rassaf, Tienush, Poll, Ludger W., Brouzos, Paris, Lauer, Thomas, Totzeck, Matthias, Kleinbongard, Petra, Gharini, Putrika, Andersen, Kjel, Schulz, Rainer, Heusch, Gerd, ...

Date : 02/07/2006
Ehjcardiovascrec

Abstract Objective: It has been suggested that nitric oxide (NO) is involved in the regulation of myocardial function in a variety of diseases such as dilated cardiomyopathy, myocarditis, heart ...

Cardiovascular Research, Kelm, Malte, Schäfer, Stefan, Dahmann, Rüdiger, Dolu, Bahar, Perings, Stefan, Decking, Ulrich K.M, Schrader, Jürgen, Strauer, Bodo E

Date : 01/11/1997 Item size : 319141 bytes
Ehjcardiovascrec

Abstract Administration of nitric oxide (NO), NO donors or drugs that enhance NO realease (statins, calcium antagonists, ACE-inhibitors, dexamethasone) prior to ischemia protects the myocardium ...

Cardiovascular Research, Schulz, Rainer, Kelm, Malte, Heusch, Gerd

Date : 15/02/2004