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    1. Hong, HJ; Hsiao, G; Cheng, TH; Yen, MH
      Supplemention with tetrahydrobiopterin suppresses the development of hypertension in spontaneously hypertensive rats

      HYPERTENSION
    2. Seyedabadi, M; Goodchild, AK; Pilowsky, PM
      Differential role of kinases in brain stem of hypertensive and normotensive rats

      HYPERTENSION
    3. Rahmouni, K; Barthelmebs, M; Grima, M; Imbs, JL; De Jong, W
      Involvement of brain mineralocorticoid receptor in salt-enhanced hypertension in spontaneously hypertensive rats

      HYPERTENSION
    4. Rabelo, FAW; Russo, EM; Salgado, MCO; Coelho, EB
      Nonendothelial NO blunts sympathetic response of normotensive rats but notof SHR

      HYPERTENSION
    5. Ortiz, PA; Garvin, JL
      Intrarenal transport and vasoactive substances in hypertension

      HYPERTENSION
    6. Frantz, S; Clemitson, JR; Bihoreau, MT; Gauguier, D; Samani, NJ
      Genetic dissection of region around the Sa gene on rat chromosome 1 - Evidence for multiple loci affecting blood pressure

      HYPERTENSION
    7. Varagic, J; Susic, D; Frohlich, ED
      Coronary hemodynamic and ventricular responses to angiotensin type 1 receptor inhibition in SHR - Interaction with angiotensin type 2 receptors

      HYPERTENSION
    8. Reddi, AS; Nimmagadda, VR; Arora, R
      Effect of antihypertensive therapy on renal artery structure in type 2 diabetic rats with hypertension

      HYPERTENSION
    9. Heringer-Walther, S; Batista, EN; Walther, T; Khosla, MC; Santos, RAS; Campagnole-Santos, MJ
      Baroreflex improvement in SHR after ACE inhibition involves angiotensin-(1-7)

      HYPERTENSION
    10. Andresen, BT; Jackson, EK; Romero, GG
      Angiotensin II signaling to phospholipase D in renal microvascular smooth muscle cells in SHR

      HYPERTENSION
    11. Cabassi, A; Vinci, S; Quartieri, F; Moschini, L; Borghetti, A
      Norepinephrine reuptake is impaired in skeletal muscle of hypertensive rats in vivo

      HYPERTENSION
    12. Paull, JRA; Li, XC; Sampey, DB; Widdop, RE
      Pharmacodynamic contribution to the vasodilator effect of chronic AT(1) receptor blockade in SHR

      HYPERTENSION
    13. Watanabe, S; Ono, H; Ishimitsu, T; Matsuoka, H; Ono, Y; Fujimori, T
      Calcium antagonist inhibits glomerular cell apoptosis and injuries of L-NAME exacerbated nephrosclerosis in SHR

      Hypertension research
    14. Ke, YS; Cao, H; Yang, T
      Effect of combination of valsartan with benazepril on blood pressure and left ventricular hypertrophy in SHR

      ACTA PHARMACOLOGICA SINICA
    15. Wallen, WJ; Cserti, C; Belanger, MP; Wittnich, C
      Gender-differences in myocardial adaptation to afterload in normotensive and hypertensive rats

      HYPERTENSION
    16. Xu, J; Li, XX; Albrecht, FE; Hopfer, U; Carey, RM; Jose, PA
      Dopamine, receptor, G(s alpha), and Na+-H+ exchanger interactions in the kidney in hypertension

      HYPERTENSION
    17. Tsujikawa, A; Kiryu, J; Yamashiro, K; Nonaka, A; Nishijima, K; Honda, Y; Ogura, Y
      Interactions between blood cells and retinal endothelium in endotoxic sepsis

      HYPERTENSION
    18. Devlin, AM; Clark, JS; Reid, JL; Dominiczak, AF
      DNA synthesis and apoptosis in smooth muscle cells from a model of genetichypertension

      HYPERTENSION
    19. Varo, N; Iraburu, MJ; Varela, M; Lopez, B; Etayo, JC; Diez, J
      Chronic AT(1) blockade stimulates extracellular collagen type I degradation and reverses myocardial fibrosis in spontaneously hypertensive rats

      HYPERTENSION
    20. Zalba, G; Beaumont, FJ; San Jose, G; Fortuno, A; Fortuno, MA; Etayo, JC; Diez, J
      Vascular NADH/NADPH oxidase is involved in enhanced superoxide production in spontaneously hypertensive rats

      HYPERTENSION
    21. Murzenok, PP; Huang, BS; Leenen, FHH
      Sympathoinhibition by central and peripheral infusion of nifedipine in spontaneously hypertensive rats

      HYPERTENSION
    22. Jeffs, B; Negrin, CD; Graham, D; Clark, JS; Anderson, NH; Gauguier, D; Dominiczak, AF
      Applicability of a "speed" congenic strategy to dissect blood pressure quantitative trait loci on rat chromosome 2

      HYPERTENSION
    23. Lezin, ES; Liu, WZ; Wang, JM; Yang, Y; Qi, NN; Kren, V; Zidek, V; Kurtz, TW; Pravenec, M
      Genetic analysis of rat chromosome 1 and the Sa gene in spontaneous hypertension

      HYPERTENSION
    24. Ito, S; Komatsu, K; Tsukamoto, K; Sved, AF
      Excitatory amino acids in the rostral ventrolateral medulla support blood pressure in spontaneously hypertensive rats

      HYPERTENSION
    25. Majima, M; Hayashi, I; Inamura, N; Fujita, T; Ogino, M
      A nonpeptide mimic of bradykinin blunts the development of hypertension inyoung spontaneously hypertensive rats

      HYPERTENSION
    26. Lin, ZH; Xie, LD; Wu, KG; Wang, HJ; Xu, CS
      Effects of fluvastatin on structure and function of resistant vessels in spontaneously hypertensive rats

      ACTA PHARMACOLOGICA SINICA
    27. Su, JZ; Chen, SC; Wu, KG; Chen, DG; Rui, HB; Wang, XY; Wang, HJ
      Effects of perindopril, propranolol, and dihydrochlorothiazide on cardiovascular remodelling in spontaneously hypertensive rats

      ACTA PHARMACOLOGICA SINICA
    28. Honda, H; Unemoto, T; Kogo, H
      Different mechanisms for testosterone-induced relaxation of aorta between normotensive and spontaneously hypertensive rats

      HYPERTENSION
    29. Koller, A; Huang, A
      Development of nitric oxide and prostaglandin mediation of shear stress-induced arteriolar dilation with aging and hypertension

      HYPERTENSION
    30. Krieger, EM; Brum, PC; Negrao, CE
      State-of-the-art lecture - Influence of exercise training on neurogenic control of blood pressure in spontaneously hypertensive rats

      HYPERTENSION
    31. Borges, ACR; Feres, T; Vianna, LM; Paiva, TB
      Effect of cholecalciferol treatment on the relaxant responses of spontaneously hypertensive rat arteries to acetylcholine

      HYPERTENSION
    32. Widdop, RE; Sampey, DB; Jarrott, B
      Cardiovascular effects of angiotensin-(1-7) in conscious spontaneously hypertensive rats

      HYPERTENSION
    33. Hubner, N; Lee, YA; Lindpaintner, K; Ganten, D; Kreutz, R
      Congenic substitution mapping excludes Sa as a candidate gene locus for a blood pressure quantitative trait locus on rat chromosome 1

      HYPERTENSION
    34. Linz, W; Wohlfart, P; Schoelkens, BA; Becker, RHA; Malinski, T; Wiemer, G
      Late treatment with ramipril increases survival in old spontaneously hypertensive rats

      HYPERTENSION
    35. Fortuno, A; Muniz, P; Ravassa, S; Rodriguez, JA; Fortuno, MA; Zalba, G; Diez, J
      Torasemide inhibits angiotensin II-induced vasoconstriction and intracellular calcium increase in the aorta of spontaneously hypertensive rats

      HYPERTENSION
    36. Fortuno, MA; Zalba, G; Ravassa, S; D'Elom, E; Beaumont, FJ; Fortuno, A; Diez, J
      p53-mediated upregulation of BAX gene transcription is not involved in Bax-alpha protein overexpression in the left ventricle of spontaneously hypertensive rats

      HYPERTENSION
    37. Kerr, S; Brosnan, MJ; McIntyre, M; Reid, JL; Dominiczak, AF; Hamilton, CA
      Superoxide anion production is increased in a model of genetic hypertension - Role of the endothelium

      HYPERTENSION
    38. Muntzel, MS; Hamidou, I; Barrett, S
      Metformin attenuates salt-induced hypertension in spontaneously hypertensive rats

      HYPERTENSION
    39. Singh, K; Sirokman, G; Communal, C; Robinson, KG; Conrad, CH; Brooks, WW; Bing, OHL; Colucci, WS
      Myocardial osteopontin expression coincides with the development of heart failure

      HYPERTENSION
    40. Brosnan, MJ; Clark, JS; Jeffs, B; Negrin, CD; Van Vooren, P; Arribas, SM; Carswell, H; Aitman, TJ; Szpirer, C; Macrae, IM; Dominiczak, AF
      Genes encoding atrial and brain natriuretic peptides as candidates for sensitivity to brain ischemia in stroke-prone hypertensive rats

      HYPERTENSION
    41. Anderson, KM; Eckhart, AD; Willette, RN; Koch, WJ
      The myocardial beta-adrenergic system in spontaneously hypertensive heart failure (SHHF) rats

      HYPERTENSION
    42. DiBona, GF; Jones, SY; Kopp, UC
      Renal mechanoreceptor dysfunction - An intermediate phenotype in spontaneously hypertensive rats

      HYPERTENSION
    43. Huang, BS; Leenen, FHH
      Sympathoinhibitory effects of central nifedipine in spontaneously hypertensive rats on high versus regular sodium intake

      HYPERTENSION
    44. Cicogna, AC; Robinson, KG; Conrad, CH; Singh, K; Squire, R; Okoshi, MP; Bing, OHL
      Direct effects of colchicine on myocardial function - Studies in hypertrophied and failing spontaneously hypertensive rats

      HYPERTENSION
    45. GRANSTAM SO; GRANSTAM E; FELLSTROM B; LIND L
      EFFECTS OF ACETYLCHOLINE AND NITROPRUSSIDE ON SYSTEMIC AND REGIONAL HEMODYNAMICS IN HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Clinical and experimental hypertension
    46. SU JZ; CHEN DG; WU KG; CHEN SC; HU WY; WANG XY; RUI HB; WANG HJ; XU CS
      INHIBITORY EFFECTS OF CAPTOPRIL ON C-MYC EXPRESSION DURING LEFT-VENTRICULAR HYPERTROPHY

      Zhongguo yaoli xuebao
    47. LI GH; YANG GJ
      INHIBITORY EFFECT OF ANTISENSE BASIC FIBROBLAST GROWTH-FACTOR OLIGONUCLEOTIDES ON PROLIFERATION OF CULTURED AORTIC SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS INDUCED BY ANGIOTENSIN-II IN SHR RATS

      Zhongguo yaoli xuebao
    48. WANG XY; WU KG; JIN XQ; WANG HJ
      PROLIFERATION OF AORTIC SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS AND RENIN-ANGIOTENSIN SYSTEM IN SHR RATS

      Zhongguo yaoli xuebao
    49. LAAKSO J; MERVAALA E; HIMBERG JJ; TERAVAINEN TL; KARPPANEN H; VAPAATALO H; LAPATTO R
      INCREASED KIDNEY XANTHINE OXIDOREDUCTASE ACTIVITY IN SALT-INDUCED EXPERIMENTAL-HYPERTENSION

      Hypertension
    50. IWAI N; TSUJITA Y; KINOSHITA M
      ISOLATION OF A CHROMOSOME-1 REGION THAT CONTRIBUTES TO HIGH BLOOD-PRESSURE AND SALT SENSITIVITY

      Hypertension
    51. FRANTZ SA; KAISER M; GARDINER SM; GAUGUIER D; VINCENT M; THOMPSON JR; BENNETT T; SAMANI NJ
      SUCCESSFUL ISOLATION OF A RAT-CHROMOSOME-1 BLOOD-PRESSURE QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCUS IN RECIPROCAL CONGENIC STRAINS

      Hypertension
    52. RAPP J
      THE SA GENE - WHAT DOES IT MEAN

      Hypertension
    53. CHARCHAR FJ; KAPUSCINSKI MK; HARRAP SB
      NERVE GROWTH-FACTOR GENE LOCUS EXPLAINS ELEVATED RENAL NERVE GROWTH-FACTOR MESSENGER-RNA IN YOUNG SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    54. DING YX; VAZIRI ND
      CALCIUM-CHANNEL BLOCKADE ENHANCES NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE EXPRESSION BYCULTURED ENDOTHELIAL-CELLS

      Hypertension
    55. RADAELLI A; MIRCOLI L; MORI I; MANCIA G; FERRARI AU
      NITRIC OXIDE-DEPENDENT VASODILATION IN YOUNG SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    56. OTSUKA S; SUGANO M; MAKINO N; SAWADA S; HATA T; NIHO Y
      INTERACTION OF MESSENGER-RNAS FOR ANGIOTENSIN-II TYPE-1 AND TYPE-2 RECEPTORS TO VASCULAR REMODELING IN SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    57. YANG H; RAIZADA MK
      MAP KINASE-INDEPENDENT SIGNALING IN ANGIOTENSIN-II REGULATION OF NEUROMODULATION IN SHR NEURONS

      Hypertension
    58. YAMADA K; IYER SN; CHAPPELL MC; GANTEN D; FERRARIO CM
      CONVERTING-ENZYME DETERMINES PLASMA-CLEARANCE OF ANGIOTENSIN-(1-7)

      Hypertension
    59. THOMAS CJ; HEAD GA; WOODS RL
      ANP AND BRADYCARDIAC REFLEXES IN HYPERTENSIVE RATS - INFLUENCE OF CARDIAC-HYPERTROPHY

      Hypertension
    60. FORTUNO MA; RAVASSA S; ETAYO JC; DIEZ J
      OVEREXPRESSION OF BAX PROTEIN AND ENHANCED APOPTOSIS IN THE LEFT-VENTRICLE OF SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS - EFFECTS OF AT(1) BLOCKADE WITH LOSARTAN

      Hypertension
    61. BEZIE Y; LACOLLEY P; LAURENT S; GABELLA G
      CONNECTION OF SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS TO ELASTIC LAMELLAE IN AORTA OF SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    62. MAKINO N; SUGANO M; OHTSUKA S; SAWADA S
      INTRAVENOUS-INJECTION WITH ANTISENSE OLIGODEOXYNUCLEOTIDES AGAINST ANGIOTENSINOGEN DECREASES BLOOD-PRESSURE IN SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    63. MENESES A; HONG E
      SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS - A POTENTIAL MODEL TO IDENTIFY DRUGSFOR TREATMENT OF LEARNING-DISORDERS

      Hypertension
    64. BRAY P; AGROTIS A; BOBIK A
      TRANSFORMING-GROWTH-FACTOR-BETA AND RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASE-ACTIVATING GROWTH-FACTORS NEGATIVELY REGULATE COLLAGEN GENES IN SMOOTH-MUSCLE OF HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    65. BERGSTROM G; JOHANSSON I; STEVENSON KM; KETT MM; ANDERSON WP
      PERINDOPRIL TREATMENT AFFECTS BOTH PREGLOMERULAR RENAL VASCULAR LUMENDIMENSIONS AND IN-VIVO RESPONSIVENESS TO VASOCONSTRICTORS IN SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    66. INNES BA; MCLAUGHLIN MG; KAPUSCINSKI MK; JACOB HJ; HARRAP SB
      INDEPENDENT GENETIC SUSCEPTIBILITY TO CARDIAC-HYPERTROPHY IN INHERITED HYPERTENSION

      Hypertension
    67. FRANCISCHETTI A; ONO H; FROHLICH ED
      RENOPROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF FELODIPINE AND OR ENALAPRIL IN SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS WITH AND WITHOUT L-NAME/

      Hypertension
    68. KOPP UC; CICHA MZ; FARLEY DM; SMITH LA; DIXON BS
      RENAL SUBSTANCE P-CONTAINING NEURONS AND SUBSTANCE-P RECEPTORS IMPAIRED IN HYPERTENSION

      Hypertension
    69. SHEPHERD G; CAM MC; SAMBANDAM N; ABRAHANI MA; RODRIGUES B
      STREPTOZOTOCIN-INDUCED DIABETES ENHANCES CARDIAC HEPARIN-RELEASABLE LIPOPROTEIN-LIPASE ACTIVITY IN SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    70. CHOU TC; YEN MH; LI CY; DING YA
      ALTERATIONS OF NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE EXPRESSION WITH AGING AND HYPERTENSION IN RATS

      Hypertension
    71. FUKUDA N; HU WY; KUBO A; ENDOH M; KISHIOKA H; SATOH C; SOMA M; IZUMI Y; KANMATSUSE K
      ABNORMAL REGULATION OF TRANSFORMING-GROWTH-FACTOR-BETA RECEPTORS ON VASCULAR SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS FROM SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS BY ANGIOTENSIN-II

      Hypertension
    72. HAYAKAWA H; RAIJ L
      NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE ACTIVITY AND RENAL INJURY IN GENETIC-HYPERTENSION

      Hypertension
    73. GRANSTAM SO; GRANSTAM E; FELLSTROM B; LIND L
      EFFECTS OF ENDOTHELIN RECEPTOR-TYPE-A ANTAGONISM AND NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE INHIBITION ON CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW IN HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Acta Physiologica Scandinavica
    74. KUMAI T; TANAKA M; TATEISHI T; WATANABE M; NAKURA H; KOBAYASHI S
      ENHANCEMENT OF THE AFFINITY OF ANDROGEN RECEPTOR IN THE ADRENAL-MEDULLA OF SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Clinical and experimental hypertension
    75. YIN X; ZHU YH; XU SF
      EXPRESSION OF PROOPIOMELANOCORTIN MESSENGER-RNA AND PREPRODYNORPHIN MESSENGER-RNA IN BRAIN OF SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Zhongguo yaoli xuebao
    76. YIN XX; ZHANG YD; LUO JP; HUANG XP; SHEN JP; DING Y; HUANG DK
      PHARMACOKINETIC-PHARMACODYNAMIC MODELING OF METOPROLOL STEREOISOMERS IN SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RAT

      Zhongguo yaoli xuebao
    77. ARRIBAS SM; HILLIER C; GONZALEZ C; MCGRORY S; DOMINICZAK AF; MCGRATH JC
      CELLULAR ASPECTS OF VASCULAR REMODELING IN HYPERTENSION REVEALED BY CONFOCAL MICROSCOPY

      Hypertension
    78. ZUCKERMAN A; CHANDER PN; ZEBALLOS GA; STIER CT
      REGIONAL RENAL NITRIC-OXIDE RELEASE IN STROKE-PRONE SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    79. MORRIS HR; ETIENNE AT; PANICO M; TIPPINS JR; ALAGHBANDZADEH J; HOLLAND SM; MEHDIZADEH S; DEBELLEROCHE J; DAS I; KHAN NS; DEWARDENER HE
      HYPOTHALAMIC HYPERTENSIVE FACTOR - AN INHIBITOR OF NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE ACTIVITY

      Hypertension
    80. BUDZIKOWSKI AS; VAHIDANSARI F; ROBERTSON GS; LEENEN FHH
      PATTERNS OF NEURONAL ACTIVATION DURING DEVELOPMENT OF SODIUM SENSITIVE HYPERTENSION IN SHR

      Hypertension
    81. DIEZ J; PANIZO A; HERNANDEZ M; VEGA F; SOLA I; FORTUNO MA; PARDO J
      CARDIOMYOCYTE APOPTOSIS AND CARDIAC ANGIOTENSIN-CONVERTING ENZYME IN SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    82. FENG JJ; ARENDSHORST WJ
      CALCIUM SIGNALING MECHANISMS IN RENAL VASCULAR-RESPONSES TO VASOPRESSIN IN GENETIC-HYPERTENSION

      Hypertension
    83. VELASQUEZ MT; STRIFFLER JS; ABRAHAM AA; MICHAELIS OE; SCALBERT E; THIBAULT N
      PERINDOPRIL AMELIORATES GLOMERULAR AND RENAL TUBULOINTERSTITIAL INJURY IN THE SHR N-CORPULENT RAT/

      Hypertension
    84. NODA M; KATOH T; KUROKAWA K; TAKUWA Y
      INCREASED EXPRESSION OF PARATHYROID HORMONE-RELATED PEPTIDE GENE IN BLOOD-VESSELS OF SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    85. MAKINO N; SUGANO M; OTSUKA S; HATA T
      MOLECULAR MECHANISM OF ANGIOTENSIN-II TYPE-I AND TYPE-II RECEPTORS INCARDIAC-HYPERTROPHY OF SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    86. NYUI N; TAMURA K; YAMAGUCHI S; NAKAMARU M; ISHIGAMI T; YABANA M; KIHARA M; OCHIAI H; MIYAZAKI N; UMEMURA S; ISHII M
      TISSUE ANGIOTENSINOGEN GENE-EXPRESSION INDUCED BY LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE IN HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    87. LAPOINTE MS; YE MH; BACALLAO R; BATLLE D
      NHE-1 PROTEIN IN VASCULAR SMOOTH-MUSCLE AND LYMPHOCYTES FROM THE SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RAT

      Hypertension
    88. FERRARIO CM; CHAPPELL MC; TALLANT EA; BROSNIHAN KB; DIZ DI
      COUNTERREGULATORY ACTIONS OF ANGIOTENSIN-(1-7)

      Hypertension
    89. LIMA CV; PAULA RD; RESENDE FL; KHOSLA MC; SANTOS RAS
      POTENTIATION OF THE HYPOTENSIVE EFFECT OF BRADYKININ BY SHORT-TERM INFUSION OF ANGIOTENSIN-(1-7) IN NORMOTENSIVE AND HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    90. COELHO EB; BALLEJO G; SALGADO MCO
      NITRIC-OXIDE BLUNTS SYMPATHETIC RESPONSE OF PREGNANT NORMOTENSIVE ANDHYPERTENSIVE RAT ARTERIES

      Hypertension
    91. YANG H; LU D; RAIZADA MK
      ANGIOTENSIN-II-INDUCED PHOSPHORYLATION OF THE AT(1) RECEPTOR FROM RAT-BRAIN NEURONS

      Hypertension
    92. GOTO M; MUKOYAMA M; SUGA S; MATSUMOTO T; NAKAGAWA M; ISHIBASHI R; KASAHARA M; SUGAWARA A; TANAKA I; NAKAO K
      GROWTH-DEPENDENT INDUCTION OF ANGIOTENSIN-II TYPE-2 RECEPTOR IN RAT MESANGIAL CELLS

      Hypertension
    93. SHAW LM; OHANIAN J; HEAGERTY AM
      CALCIUM SENSITIVITY AND AGONIST-INDUCED CALCIUM SENSITIZATION IN SMALL ARTERIES OF YOUNG AND ADULT SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    94. WOOKEY PJ; CAO Z; VANGEENEN RCI; VOSKUIL M; DARBY IA; KOMERS R; COOPER ME
      INCREASED DENSITY OF RENAL AMYLIN BINDING-SITES IN EXPERIMENTAL-HYPERTENSION

      Hypertension
    95. ZAUGG CE; WU ST; LEE RJ; WIKMANCOFFELT J; PARMLEY WW
      INTRACELLULAR CA2-FIBRILLATION IN SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS( HANDLING AND VULNERABILITY TO VENTRICULAR)

      Hypertension
    96. SIROKMAN G; HUMPHRIES DE; BING OHL
      ENDOGENOUS RETROVIRAL TRANSCRIPTS IN MYOCYTES FROM SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    97. LOZINSKAYA IM; COX RH
      EFFECTS OF AGE ON CA2-ARTERY MYOCYTES FROM WISTAR-KYOTO AND SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS( CURRENTS IN SMALL MESENTERIC)

      Hypertension
    98. HUANG A; SUN D; KALEY G; KOLLER A
      ESTROGEN MAINTAINS NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHESIS IN ARTERIOLES OF FEMALE HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    99. LARGO R; GOMEZGARRE D; LIU XH; ALONSO J; BLANCO J; PLAZA JJ; EGIDO J
      ENDOTHELIN-1 UP-REGULATION IN THE KIDNEY OF UNINEPHRECTOMIZED SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS AND ITS MODIFICATION BY THE ANGIOTENSIN-CONVERTING ENZYME-INHIBITOR QUINAPRIL

      Hypertension
    100. CUNHA RS; DABIRE H; BEZIE I; WEISS AM; CHAOUCHETEYARA K; LAURENT S; SAFAR ME; LACOLLEY P
      MECHANICAL-STRESS OF THE CAROTID-ARTERY AT THE EARLY PHASE OF SPONTANEOUS HYPERTENSION IN RATS

      Hypertension


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