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Ehjcardiovascrec

Congestive heart failure (CHF), a clinical syndrome with characteristic signs and symptoms, is a salt-avid state whose origins are rooted in neurohormonal activation, including the circulating ...

Cardiovascular Research, Weber, Karl T.

Date : 01/12/2004
Ehjcardiovascrec

Treated animals were compared to untreated controls and to groups receiving AngII together with either an NO-synthase inhibitor [NG-nitro-L-arginine methyl ester (L-NAME) 10 mg/kg/day in drinking ...

Cardiovascular Research, Sigusch, Holger H., Campbell, Scott E., Weber, Karl T.

Date : 01/04/1996 Item size : 102591 bytes
Ehjcardiovascrec

Aldosteronism, an integral component of the neurohormonal profile found in CHF, plays a permissive role in leading to an altered redox state. Because of augmented urinary and fecal excretion of Ca2+ ...

Cardiovascular Research, Sun, Yao, Ahokas, Robert A., Bhattacharya, Syamal K., Gerling, Ivan C., Carbone, Laura D., Weber, Karl T.

Date : 15/07/2006 Item size : 532183 bytes
Ehjcardiovascrec

Aldosteronism, an integral component of the neurohormonal profile found in CHF, plays a permissive role in leading to an altered redox state. Because of augmented urinary and fecal excretion of Ca2+ ...

Cardiovascular Research, Sun, Yao, Ahokas, Robert A., Bhattacharya, Syamal K., Gerling, Ivan C., Carbone, Laura D., Weber, Karl T.

Date : 15/07/2006 Item size : 486335 bytes
Ehjcardiovascrec

Congestive heart failure (CHF), a clinical syndrome with characteristic signs and symptoms, is a salt-avid state whose origins are rooted in neurohormonal activation, including the circulating ...

Cardiovascular Research, Weber, Karl T.

Date : 01/12/2004 Item size : 144523 bytes
Ehjcardiovascrec

Treated animals were compared to untreated controls and to groups receiving AngII together with either an NO-synthase inhibitor [NG-nitro-L-arginine methyl ester (L-NAME) 10 mg/kg/day in drinking ...

Cardiovascular Research, Sigusch, Holger H., Campbell, Scott E., Weber, Karl T.

Date : 01/04/1996 Item size : 102191 bytes