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Abstract Objectives: A hypothesis was tested that a reaction product between superoxide (O2 and nitric oxide (NO) mediates post-ischemic coronary endothelial dysfunction that ischemic preconditioning ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Andrzej Beręsewicz, Michał Mączewski, Monika Duda

Date : 01/07/2004
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, Original Article, Malte Kelm, Stefan Schäfer, Rüdiger Dahmann, Bahar Dolu, Stefan Perings, Ulrich K.M Decking, Jürgen Schrader, Bodo E Strauer

Date : 01/11/1997
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[...]neither the EDRF nitric oxide nor PGI2 can be considered to be the mediator of these particular increases. There are now, however, observations indicating that the coronary endothelium and the ...

European Heart Journal, Nees, S.

Date : 01/11/1989
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[...]neither the EDRF nitric oxide nor PGI2 can be considered to be the mediator of these particular increases. There are now, however, observations indicating that the coronary endothelium and the ...

European Heart Journal, Nees, S.

Date : 01/11/1989
Ehjcardiovascrec

Objective: The aim was to define: (1) whether bradykinin administration during reperfusion improves postischaemic myocardial recovery; (2) whether high energy phosphate compounds are involved in the ...

Cardiovascular Research, Zhu, Peili, Zaugg, Christian E, Simper, David, Hornstein, Pius, Allegrini, Peter R, Buser, Peter T

Date : 01/05/1995 Item size : 105073 bytes
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Objective: To evaluate the effect of l-arginine, the physiological substrate of nitric oxide (NO), upon coronary flow (CF) and mechanical function during reperfusion following cardioplegic ...

Cardiovascular Research, Amrani, M., Chester, A.H., Jayakumar, J., Schyns, C.J., Yacoub, M.H.

Date : 01/08/1995 Item size : 99357 bytes
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Objectives: The importance of NO-induced vasodilator tone in maintaining adequate coronary flow to sustain hemodynamic function in aerobically perfused heart and the role of NO in the injury ...

Cardiovascular Research, Bereȩsewicz, Andrzej, Karwatowska-Prokopczuk, Ewa, Lewartowski, Bohdan, Cedro-Ceremużyńska, Krystyna

Date : 01/12/1995
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Methods: In isolated saline perfused rabbit hearts coronary flow responses to stepwise increases in perfusion pressure were studied under control conditions, during maximum dilatation with sodium ...

Cardiovascular Research, Pohl, U, Lamontagne, D, Bassenge, E, Busse, R

Date : 01/03/1994 Item size : 104614 bytes
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Objective: The aim was to define: (1) whether bradykinin administration during reperfusion improves postischaemic myocardial recovery; (2) whether high energy phosphate compounds are involved in the ...

Cardiovascular Research, Zhu, Peili, Zaugg, Christian E, Simper, David, Hornstein, Pius, Allegrini, Peter R, Buser, Peter T

Date : 01/05/1995
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Design Using saponin to damage the endothelium and L-NMMA (NG -monomethyl-L-arginine), the selective inhibitor of nitric oxide formation, we examined the role of endothelium and nitric oxide in ...

Cardiovascular Research, Mankad, Pankaj S, Chester, Adrian H, Yacoub, Magdi H

Date : 01/03/1991 Item size : 94254 bytes