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Through the metabolic breakdown of ingested nutrients, subsequent production of the electron carriers NADH and FADH2 in the citric acid cycle and the transfer of electrons through the electron ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Alexander W. Lohman, Marie Billaud, Brant E. Isakson

Date : 01/08/2012 Item size : 637634 bytes
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The increased stiffening is believed to originate from a gradual mechanical senescence of the elastic network, alterations in cross-linking of extracellular matrix components, fibrosis and ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Huy Hao Dao, Rachida Essalihi, Céline Bouvet, Pierre Moreau

Date : 01/05/2005 Item size : 477038 bytes
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KeywordsBlood pressureCell communicationEndothelial factorsRenal functionTime for primary review 26 days. 1 Introduction There is a widely held view that function of the kidney is the key to ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Yuri Kotelevtsev, David J Webb

Date : 15/08/2001 Item size : 344637 bytes
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In essential hypertension some evidence for decreased systemic and skin activity of 11β-HSD1 and/or 11β-HSD2 has been found, while renal activity of both isozymes appears to be normal. ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Stan H.M. van Uum, Ad R.M.M. Hermus, Paul Smits, Theo Thien, Jacques W.M. Lenders

Date : 01/04/1998 Item size : 477532 bytes
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Introduction Aortic stiffening is strongly associated with hypertension, as well as aging, and has been proved to be of critical importance as an early predictor of subsequent cardiovascular ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Ning Zhou, Jia-Jye Lee, Shaunrick Stoll, Ben Ma, Robert Wiener, Charles Wang, Kevin D. Costa, Hongyu Qiu

Date : 23/10/2016 Item size : 300132 bytes
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Introduction Cerebrovascular remodelling during hypertension, which decreases or interrupts cerebral blood flow, is considered as a major risk factor for stroke.1 While the precise mechanisms of ...

Cardiovascular Research, Vascular biology, Ling-Yun Zheng, Lei Li, Ming-Ming Ma, Yun Liu, Guan-Lei Wang, Yong-Bo Tang, Jia-Guo Zhou, Xiao-Fei Lv, Yan-Hua Du, Yong-Yuan Guan

Date : 01/10/2013 Item size : 311097 bytes
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Time for primary review 30 days It is generally accepted that the vascular endothelium is not a simple barrier between the blood stream and vascular bed. Fortunately, many new experimental ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Tomoh Masaki

Date : 01/09/1998 Item size : 167248 bytes
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Abstract Aims Thrombospondin-1 (TSP1), via its necessary receptor CD47, inhibits nitric oxide (NO)-stimulated soluble guanylate cyclase activation in vascular smooth muscle cells, and TSP1-null mice ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Eileen M. Bauer, Yan Qin, Thomas W. Miller, Russell W. Bandle, Gabor Csanyi, Patrick J. Pagano, Philip M. Bauer, Jurgen Schnermann, David D. Roberts, Jeff ...

Date : 01/12/2010 Item size : 332259 bytes
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Introduction Non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are some of the most frequently prescribed drugs worldwide that exert their therapeutic effects by the inhibition of cyclooxygenase (COX).1 ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Zhekang Ying, Fernanda R.C. Giachini, Rita C. Tostes, Robert Clinton Webb

Date : 01/07/2009 Item size : 259819 bytes
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Abstract Diseases such as hypertension, atherosclerosis and diabetes are associated with vascular functional and structural changes including endothelial dysfunction, altered contractility and ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Tamara M. Paravicini, Rhian M. Touyz

Date : 15/07/2006 Item size : 519535 bytes