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    1. Trolliet, MR; Rudd, MA; Loscalzo, J
      Oxidative stress and renal dysfunction in salt-sensitive hypertension

      KIDNEY & BLOOD PRESSURE RESEARCH
    2. Nishiyama, A; Fujisawa, Y; Fukui, T; Rahman, M; Kondo, N; Ogawa, Y; Li, FZ; Zhang, GX; Kimura, S; Abe, Y
      Role of nitric oxide in regional blood flow in angiotensin II-induced hypertensive rats

      Hypertension research
    3. Gavras, I; Gavras, H
      Role of alpha(2)-adrenergic receptors in hypertension

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    4. Stocker, SD; Stricker, EM; Sved, AF
      Acute hypertension inhibits thirst stimulated by ANG II, hyperosmolality, or hypovolemia in rats

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    5. Kintsurashvili, E; Gavras, I; Johns, C; Gavras, H
      Effects of antisense oligodeoxynucleotide targeting of the alpha(2B)-adrenergic receptor messenger RNA in the central nervous system

      HYPERTENSION
    6. Park, JB; Schiffrin, EL
      ETA receptor antagonist prevents blood pressure elevation and vascular remodeling in aldosterone-infused rats

      HYPERTENSION
    7. Quaschning, T; d'Uscio, LV; Shaw, S; Luscher, TF
      Vasopeptidase inhibition exhibits endothelial protection in salt-induced hypertension

      HYPERTENSION
    8. Krenek, P; Salomone, S; Kyselovic, J; Wibo, M; Morel, N; Godfraind, T
      Lacidipine prevents endothelial dysfunction in salt-loaded stroke-prone hypertensive rats

      HYPERTENSION
    9. Leenen, FHH; Yuan, BX
      Prevention of hypertension by irbesartan in Dahl S rats relates to centralangiotensin II type 1 receptor blockade

      HYPERTENSION
    10. Wang, DH; Wu, W; Lookingland, KJ
      Degeneration of capsaicin-sensitive sensory nerves leads to increased saltsensitivity through enhancement of sympathoexcitatory response

      HYPERTENSION
    11. Cowley, AW; Roman, RJ; Kaldunski, ML; Dumas, P; Dickhout, JG; Greene, AS; Jacob, HJ
      Brown Norway chromosome 13 confers protection from high salt to consomic Dahl S rat

      HYPERTENSION
    12. Rothermund, L; Luckert, S; Kossmehl, P; Paul, M; Kreutz, R
      Renal endothelin ETA/ETB receptor imbalance differentiates salt-sensitive from salt-resistant spontaneous hypertension

      HYPERTENSION
    13. Frisbee, JC; Sylvester, FA; Lombard, JH
      Contribution of extrinsic factors and intrinsic vascular alterations to reduced arteriolar reactivity with high-salt diet and hypertension

      MICROCIRCULATION
    14. Sanderford, MG; Bishop, VS
      Angiotensin II acutely attenuates range of arterial baroreflex control of renal sympathetic nerve activity

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    15. Bishop, VS; Sanderford, MG
      Angiotensin II modulation of the arterial baroreflex: Role of the area postrema

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL PHARMACOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY
    16. Osborn, JW; Collister, JP; Carlson, SH
      Angiotensin and osmoreceptor inputs to the area postrema: Role in long-term control of fluid homeostasis and arterial pressure

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL PHARMACOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY
    17. Barba, G; Vallance, PJ; Strazzullo, P; MacAllister, RJ
      Effects of sodium intake on the presser and renal responses to nitric oxide synthesis inhibition in normotensive individuals with different sodium sensitivity

      JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    18. Graves, SW; Markides, KE; Hollenberg, NK
      Application of supercritical fluid chromatography to characterize a labiledigitalis-like factor

      HYPERTENSION
    19. Alderman, MH
      Salt, blood pressure, and human health

      HYPERTENSION
    20. Tomoda, F; Takata, M; Kinuno, H; Tomita, S; Yasumoto, K; Inoue, H
      Renal structural properties in prehypertensive Dahl salt-sensitive rats

      HYPERTENSION
    21. Zhang, YH; Guan, YF; Schneider, A; Brandon, S; Breyer, RM; Breyer, MD
      Characterization of murine vasopressor and vasodepressor prostaglandin E-2receptors

      HYPERTENSION
    22. Lange, DL; Haywood, JR; Hinojosa-Laborde, C
      Endothelin enhances and inhibits adrenal catecholamine release in deoxycorticosterone acetate-salt hypertensive rats

      HYPERTENSION
    23. Nishimura, M; Ohtsuka, K; Takahashi, H; Yoshimura, M
      Role of FMRFamide-activated brain sodium channel in salt-sensitive hypertension

      HYPERTENSION
    24. Fink, GD; Johnson, RJ; Galligan, J
      Mechanisms of increased venous smooth muscle tone in desoxycorticosterone acetate-salt hypertension

      HYPERTENSION
    25. Hinojosa-Laborde, C; Lange, DL; Haywood, JR
      Role of female sex hormones in the development and reversal of Dahl hypertension

      HYPERTENSION
    26. Godfraind, T
      New insights into the therapeutic mechanism of action of calcium channel blockers in salt-dependent hypertension: Their interaction with endothelin gene expression

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    27. Rudd, MA; Trolliet, M; Hope, S; Scribner, AW; Daumerie, G; Toolan, G; Cloutier, T; Loscalzo, J
      Salt-induced hypertension in Dahl salt-resistant and salt-sensitive rats with NOSII inhibition

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    28. Fraser, TB; Mangos, GJ; Turner, SW; Whitworth, JA
      Adrenocorticotrophic hormone-induced hypertension in the rat: Effects of the endothelin antagonist bosentan

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL PHARMACOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY
    29. Ni, ZM; Oveisi, F; Vaziri, ND
      Nitric oxide synthase isotype expression in salt-sensitive and salt-resistant Dahl rats

      HYPERTENSION
    30. Ambrosius, WT; Bloem, LJ; Zhou, LF; Rebhun, JF; Snyder, PM; Wagner, MA; Guo, CL; Pratt, JH
      Genetic variants in the epithelial sodium channel in relation to aldosterone and potassium excretion and risk for hypertension

      HYPERTENSION
    31. Makaritsis, KP; Johns, C; Gavras, I; Altman, JD; Handy, DE; Bresnahan, MR; Gavras, H
      Sympathoinhibitory function of the alpha(2A)-adrenergic receptor subtype

      HYPERTENSION
    32. Zhou, MS; Nishida, Y; Chen, QH; Kosaka, H
      Endothelium-derived contracting factor in carotid artery of hypertensive Dahl rats

      HYPERTENSION
    33. Facchini, FS; DoNascimento, C; Reaven, GM; Yip, JW; Ni, XP; Humphreys, MH
      Blood pressure, sodium intake, insulin resistance, and urinary nitrate excretion

      HYPERTENSION
    34. Lombardi, D; Gordon, KL; Polinsky, P; Suga, S; Schwartz, SM; Johnson, RJ
      Salt-sensitive hypertension develops after short-term exposure to angiotensin II

      HYPERTENSION
    35. Simchon, S; Manger, W; Golanov, E; Kamen, J; Sommer, G; Marshall, CH
      Handling (NaCl)-Na-22 by the blood-brain barrier and kidney - Its relevance to salt-induced hypertension in Dahl rats

      HYPERTENSION
    36. Makaritsis, KP; Handy, DE; Johns, C; Kobilka, B; Gavras, I; Gavras, H
      Role of the alpha(2B)-adrenergic receptor in the development of salt-induced hypertension

      HYPERTENSION
    37. FEDOROVA OV; ANDERSON DE; BAGROV AY
      PLASMA MARINOBUFAGENIN-LIKE AND OUABAIN-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN ADRENOCORTICOTROPIN-TREATED RATS

      American journal of hypertension
    38. COLLISTER JP; OSBORN JW
      AREA POSTREMA LESION ATTENUATES THE LONG-TERM HYPOTENSIVE EFFECTS OF LOSARTAN IN SALT-REPLETE RATS

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    39. DODT C; WALLIN G; FEHM HL; ELAM M
      THE STRESS HORMONE ADRENOCORTICOTROPIN ENHANCES SYMPATHETIC OUTFLOW TO THE MUSCLE VASCULAR BED IN HUMANS

      Journal of hypertension
    40. LI Q; SULLIVAN MJ; DALE WE; HASSER EM; BLAINE EH; CUNNINGHAM JT
      FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE MEDULLA AFTER ACUTE AND CHRONIC ANGIOTENSIN-II INFUSION

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    41. BROOKS VL; HATTON DC
      CHRONIC ANG-II INFUSION AND REFLEX CONTROL OF NOREPINEPHRINE AND CORTICOSTERONE IN CONSCIOUS RABBITS

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    42. ROWLEY KG; BEST JD; MCDERMOTT R; GREEN EA; PIERS LS; ODEA K
      INSULIN-RESISTANCE SYNDROME IN AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL PEOPLE

      Clinical and experimental pharmacology and physiology
    43. KARLSEN FM; ANDERSEN CB; LEYSSAC PP; HOLSTEINRATHLOU NH
      DYNAMIC AUTOREGULATION AND RENAL INJURY IN DAHL RATS

      Hypertension
    44. HAYWOOD JR; HINOJOSALABORDE C
      SEXUAL DIMORPHISM OF SODIUM-SENSITIVE RENAL-WRAP HYPERTENSION

      Hypertension
    45. GROSS V; LIPPOLDT A; YAGIL C; YAGIL Y; LUFT FC
      PRESSURE NATRIURESIS IN SALT-SENSITIVE AND SALT-RESISTANT SABRA RATS

      Hypertension
    46. KOHLMANN O; CESARETTI ML; GINOZA M; TAVARES A; ZANELLA MT; RIBEIRO AB; RAMOS OL; LEEMAN SE; GAVRAS I; GAVRAS H
      ROLE OF SUBSTANCE-P IN BLOOD-PRESSURE REGULATION IN SALT-DEPENDENT EXPERIMENTAL-HYPERTENSION

      Hypertension
    47. OZEKI S; SETO S; NAGAO S; KUSANO S; KITAMURA S; ODA S; AKAHOSHI M; YANO K
      ENHANCED DEPRESSOR EFFECT OF CENTRALLY ADMINISTERED HIGH-CALCIUM SOLUTION IN SALT-LOADED EXPERIMENTAL-HYPERTENSION

      Journal of cardiovascular pharmacology
    48. TANAKA M; SCHMIDLIN O; YI SL; BOLLEN AW; MORRIS RC
      GENETICALLY-DETERMINED CHLORIDE-SENSITIVE HYPERTENSION AND STROKE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    49. KOTCHEN TA; KOTCHEN JM
      DIETARY-SODIUM AND BLOOD-PRESSURE - INTERACTIONS WITH OTHER NUTRIENTS

      The American journal of clinical nutrition
    50. SHIMOKUBO T; SAKATA J; KITAMURA K; KANGAWA K; MATSUO H; ETO T
      ADRENOMEDULLIN - CHANGES IN CIRCULATING AND CARDIAC TISSUE CONCENTRATION IN DAHL SALT-SENSITIVE RATS ON A HIGH-SALT DIET

      Clinical and experimental hypertension
    51. PICCIRILLO G; BUCCA C; DURANTE M; SANTAGADA E; MUNIZZI MR; CACCIAFESTA M; MARIGLIANO V
      HEART-RATE AND BLOOD-PRESSURE VARIABILITIES IN SALT-SENSITIVE HYPERTENSION

      Hypertension
    52. CAMPESE VM; TAWADROUS M; BIGAZZI R; BIANCHI S; MANN AS; OPARIL S; RAIJ L
      SALT INTAKE AND PLASMA ATRIAL-NATRIURETIC-PEPTIDE AND NITRIC-OXIDE INHYPERTENSION

      Hypertension
    53. BARBA G; CAPPUCCIO FP; RUSSO L; STINGA F; IACONE R; STRAZZULLO P
      RENAL-FUNCTION AND BLOOD-PRESSURE RESPONSE TO DIETARY SALT RESTRICTION IN NORMOTENSIVE MEN

      Hypertension
    54. LLUCH MD; DELASIERRA A; POCH E; COCA A; AGUILERA MT; COMPTE M; URBANOMARQUEZ A
      ERYTHROCYTE SODIUM-TRANSPORT, INTRAPLATELET PH, AND CALCIUM-CONCENTRATION IN SALT-SENSITIVE HYPERTENSION

      Hypertension
    55. WEINBERGER MH
      SALT SENSITIVITY OF BLOOD-PRESSURE IN HUMANS

      Hypertension
    56. BOHLENDER J; MENARD J; WAGNER J; LUFT FC; GANTEN D
      HUMAN RENIN-DEPENDENT HYPERTENSION IN RATS TRANSGENIC FOR HUMAN ANGIOTENSINOGEN

      Hypertension
    57. COLLISTER JP; HORNFELDT BJ; OSBORN JW
      HYPOTENSIVE RESPONSE TO LOSARTAN IN NORMAL RATS - ROLE OF ANG-II AND THE AREA POSTREMA

      Hypertension
    58. HIGASHI Y; OSHIMA T; WATANABE M; MATSUURA H; KAJIYAMA G
      RENAL RESPONSE TO L-ARGININE IN SALT-SENSITIVE PATIENTS WITH ESSENTIAL-HYPERTENSION

      Hypertension
    59. BOUBY N; BANKIR L; LLORENSCORTES C
      TYPE-1 ANGIOTENSIN-II RECEPTOR SUBTYPES IN KIDNEY OF NORMAL AND SALT-SENSITIVE HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    60. OTSUKA K; SUZUKI H; SASAKI T; ISHII N; ITOH H; SARUTA T
      BLUNTED PRESSURE NATRIURESIS IN OVARIECTOMIZED DAHL-IWAI SALT-SENSITIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    61. REDONDO J; PEIRO C; RODRIGUEZMANAS L; SALAICES M; MARIN J; SANCHEZFERRER CF
      ENDOTHELIAL STIMULATION OF SODIUM-PUMP IN CULTURED VASCULAR SMOOTH-MUSCLE

      Hypertension
    62. COOK NR; CUTLER JA; HENNEKENS CH
      AN UNEXPECTED RESULT FOR SODIUM - CAUSAL OR CASUAL

      Hypertension
    63. WEIR MR; DENGEL DR; BEHRENS MT; GOLDBERG AP
      SALT-INDUCED INCREASES IN SYSTOLIC BLOOD-PRESSURE AFFECT RENAL HEMODYNAMICS AND PROTEINURIA

      Hypertension
    64. SINGER DRJ; MARKANDU ND; CAPPUCCIO FP; MILLER MA; SAGNELLA GA; MACGREGOR GA
      REDUCTION OF SALT INTAKE DURING CONVERTING-ENZYME-INHIBITOR TREATMENTCOMPARED WITH ADDITION OF A THIAZIDE

      Hypertension
    65. ALONSOGALICIA M; DWYER TM; HERRERA GA; HALL JE
      INCREASED HYALURONIC-ACID IN THE INNER RENAL MEDULLA OF OBESE DOGS

      Hypertension
    66. BENETOS A; BOUAZIZ H; ALBALADEJO P; GUEZ D; SAFAR ME
      CAROTID-ARTERY MECHANICAL-PROPERTIES OF DAHL SALT-SENSITIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    67. HUI C; GOTO A; YAMADA K; YAGI N; NAGOSHI H; SASABE M; OMATA M
      MODULATION OF VASCULAR CALCIUM-CHANNEL ACTIVITY IN RESPONSE TO ACUTE VOLUME EXPANSION IN RATS

      Life sciences
    68. YASUDA G; NAGASAWA T; UMEMURA S; SHIONOIRI H; ISHII M
      THE IMPAIRED CONTROL OF PLASMA-RENIN ACTIVITY IN HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS WITH END-STAGE RENAL-DISEASE DUE TO CHRONIC GLOMERULONEPHRITIS

      Clinical nephrology
    69. PASQUIE JL; JOVER B; DUCAILAR G; MIMRAN A
      SODIUM BUT NOT CHLORIDE-ION MODULATES LEFT-VENTRICULAR HYPERTROPHY IN2-KIDNEY, ONE-CLIP HYPERTENSION

      Journal of hypertension
    70. RUIZOPAZO N; BARANY F; HIRAYAMA K; HERRERA VLM
      CONFIRMATION OF MUTANT ALPHA(1) NA,K-ATPASE GENE AND TRANSCRIPT IN DAHL SALT-SENSITIVE JR RATS/

      Hypertension
    71. STLEZIN EM; PRAVENEC M; WONG A; WANG JM; MERRIOUNS T; NEWTON S; STEC DE; ROMAN RJ; LAU D; MORRIS RC; KURTZ TW
      GENETIC CONTAMINATION OF DAHL SS JR RATS - IMPACT ON STUDIES OF SALT-SENSITIVE HYPERTENSION/

      Hypertension
    72. WYSS JM; ROYSOMMUTI S; KING K; KADISHA I; REGAN CP; BERECEK KH
      SALT-INDUCED HYPERTENSION IN NORMOTENSIVE SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    73. TOKITA Y; FRANCOSAENZ R; REIMANN EM; MULROW PJ
      HYPERTENSION IN THE TRANSGENIC RAT TGR(MREN-2)27 MAY BE DUE TO ENHANCED KINETICS OF THE REACTION BETWEEN MOUSE RENIN AND RAT ANGIOTENSINOGEN

      Hypertension
    74. CAMPESE VM
      SALT SENSITIVITY IN HYPERTENSION - RENAL AND CARDIOVASCULAR IMPLICATIONS

      Hypertension
    75. BIGAZZI R; BIANCHI S; BALDARI D; SGHERRI G; BALDARI G; CAMPESE VM
      MICROALBUMINURIA IN SALT-SENSITIVE PATIENTS - A MARKER FOR RENAL AND CARDIOVASCULAR RISK-FACTORS

      Hypertension
    76. EGAN BM; STEPNIAKOWSKI K; NAZZARO P
      INSULIN LEVELS ARE SIMILAR IN OBESE SALT-SENSITIVE AND SALT-RESISTANTHYPERTENSIVE SUBJECTS

      Hypertension
    77. LICATA G; VOLPE M; SCAGLIONE R; RUBATTU S
      SALT-REGULATING HORMONES IN YOUNG NORMOTENSIVE OBESE SUBJECTS - EFFECTS OF SALINE LOAD

      Hypertension
    78. TEPEL M; THEILMEIER G; BACHMANN J; BARENBROCK M; SPIEKER C; GANTEN D; RAHN KH; ZIDEK W
      INCREASED CYTOSOLIC SODIUM AND REDUCED NA,K-ATPASE ACTIVITY IN TRANSGENIC RATS

      Hypertension
    79. ISHIMITSU T; UEHARA Y; NUMABE A; TSUKADA H; OGAWA Y; YAGI S
      ANTIHYPERTENSIVE EFFECT OF INTERLEUKIN-2 IN SALT-SENSITIVE DAHL RATS

      Hypertension
    80. COHEN AM; ROSENMANN E; ROSENTHAL T
      THE COHEN DIABETIC (NON-INSULIN-DEPENDENT) HYPERTENSIVE RAT MODEL - DESCRIPTION OF THE MODEL AND PATHOLOGICAL FINDINGS

      American journal of hypertension
    81. ZICHA J
      RED-CELL ION-TRANSPORT ABNORMALITIES IN EXPERIMENTAL-HYPERTENSION

      Fundamental and clinical pharmacology
    82. LIU DT; BIRCHALL I; KINCAIDSMITH P; WHITWORTH JA
      EFFECT OF DIETARY-SODIUM CHLORIDE ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF RENAL GLOMERULAR AND VASCULAR-LESIONS IN HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Clinical and experimental pharmacology and physiology
    83. CHEN PY; SANDERS PW
      ROLE OF NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHESIS IN SALT-SENSITIVE HYPERTENSION IN DAHLRAPP RATS/

      Hypertension
    84. PAWLOSKIDAHM CM; GORDON FJ
      INCREASED DIETARY SALT SENSITIZES VASOMOTOR NEURONS OF THE ROSTRAL VENTROLATERAL MEDULLA

      Hypertension
    85. MAJIMA M; YOSHIDA O; MIHARA H; MUTO T; MIZOGAMI S; KURIBAYASHI Y; KATORI M; OHISHI S
      HIGH-SENSITIVITY TO SALT IN KININOGEN-DEFICIENT BROWN-NORWAY KATHOLIEK RATS

      Hypertension
    86. BOHM M; GIERSCHIK P; KNORR A; SCHMIDT U; WEISMANN K; ERDMANN E
      CARDIAC ADENYLYL-CYCLASE, BETA-ADRENERGIC RECEPTORS, AND G-PROTEINS IN SALT-SENSITIVE HYPERTENSION

      Hypertension
    87. KUMANYIKA SK; HEBERT PR; CUTLER JA; LASSER VI; SUGARS CP; STEFFENBATEY L; BREWER AA; CAMERON M; SHEPEK LD; COOK NR; MILLER ST
      FEASIBILITY AND EFFICACY OF SODIUM REDUCTION IN THE TRIALS OF HYPERTENSION PREVENTION, PHASE-I

      Hypertension
    88. HUNT RA; TUCKER DC
      DEVELOPMENTAL SENSITIVITY TO HIGH DIETARY-SODIUM CHLORIDE IN BORDERLINE HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    89. BEVAN JA
      FLOW REGULATION OF VASCULAR TONE - ITS SENSITIVITY TO CHANGES IN SODIUM AND CALCIUM

      Hypertension
    90. NAKAMURA Y; CALHOUN DA; CHEN YF; WYSS JM; OPARIL S
      EXCITATORY SYMPATHETIC REFLEX IN NACL-SENSITIVE SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    91. SUDHIR K; KURTZ TW; YOCK PG; CONNOLLY AJ; MORRIS RC
      POTASSIUM PRESERVES ENDOTHELIAL FUNCTION AND ENHANCES AORTIC COMPLIANCE IN DAHL RATS

      Hypertension
    92. OVERLACK A; RUPPERT M; KOLLOCH R; GOBEL B; KRAFT K; DIEHL J; SCHMITT W; STUMPE KO
      DIVERGENT HEMODYNAMIC AND HORMONAL RESPONSES TO VARYING SALT INTAKE IN NORMOTENSIVE SUBJECTS

      Hypertension
    93. CLOZEL JP; FISCHLI W
      COMPARATIVE EFFECTS OF 3 DIFFERENT POTENT RENIN INHIBITORS IN PRIMATES

      Hypertension
    94. SALAZAR FJ; ALBEROLA A; PINILLA JM; ROMERO JC; QUESADA T
      SALT-INDUCED INCREASE IN ARTERIAL-PRESSURE DURING NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHESIS INHIBITION

      Hypertension
    95. OSBORN JW; PROVO BJ; MONTANA JS; TROSTEL KA
      SALT-SENSITIVE HYPERTENSION CAUSED BY LONG-TERM ALPHA-ADRENERGIC BLOCKADE IN THE RAT

      Hypertension
    96. STEKIEL WJ; CONTNEY SJ; RUSCH NJ
      ALTERED BETA-RECEPTOR CONTROL OF INSITU MEMBRANE-POTENTIAL IN HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    97. NISHI A; EKLOF AC; BERTORELLO AM; APERIA A
      DOPAMINE REGULATION OF RENAL NA-ATPASE ACTIVITY IS LACKING IN DAHL SALT-SENSITIVE RATS(,K+)

      Hypertension
    98. JOHNSON MD; ZHANG HY; KOTCHEN TA
      SUCROSE DOES NOT RAISE BLOOD-PRESSURE IN RATS MAINTAINED ON A LOW-SALT INTAKE

      Hypertension
    99. FERRI C; BELLINI C; PICCOLI A; CARLOMAGNO A; BONAVITA MS; SANTUCCI A; BALSANO F
      ENHANCED BLOOD-PRESSURE RESPONSE TO CYCLOOXYGENASE INHIBITION IN SALT-SENSITIVE HUMAN ESSENTIAL-HYPERTENSION

      Hypertension
    100. PASQUIE JL; JOVER B; DUCAILAR G; MIMRAN A
      ROLE OF DIETARY-SODIUM IN EXPERIMENTAL RE NOVASCULAR HYPERTENSION

      Archives des maladies du coeur et des vaisseaux


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