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    1. Dao, HH; Moreau, P
      An update on the status of endothelin receptor antagonists for hypertension

      EXPERT OPINION ON INVESTIGATIONAL DRUGS
    2. Haefliger, IO; Flammer, J; Beny, JL; Luscher, TF
      Endothelium-dependent vasoactive modulation in the ophthalmic circulation

      PROGRESS IN RETINAL AND EYE RESEARCH
    3. Love, MP; McMurray, JJV
      Endothelin receptor antagonists and cardiovascular diseases of aging

      DRUGS & AGING
    4. Perinotto, P; Biggi, A; Carra, N; Orrico, A; Valmadre, G; Dall'Aglio, P; Novarini, A; Montanari, A
      Angiotensin II and prostaglandin interactions on systemic and renal effects of L-NAME in humans

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF NEPHROLOGY
    5. Somova, LI; Nadar, A; Gregory, M; Khan, N
      Antioxidant status of the hypertrophic heart of Dahl hypertensive rat as amodel for evaluation of antioxidants

      METHODS AND FINDINGS IN EXPERIMENTAL AND CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    6. Ballew, JR; Fink, GD
      Role of endothelin ETB receptor activation in angiotensin II-induced hypertension: effects of salt intake

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    7. Kang, DH; Kim, YG; Andoh, TF; Gordon, KL; Suga, SI; Mazzali, M; Jefferson, JA; Hughes, J; Bennett, W; Schreiner, GF; Johnson, RJ
      Post-cyclosporine-mediated hypertension and nephropathy: amelioration by vascular endothelial growth factor

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-RENAL PHYSIOLOGY
    8. Schmidt, RJ; Beierwaltes, WH; Baylis, C
      Effects of aging and alterations in dietary sodium intake on total nitric oxide production

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF KIDNEY DISEASES
    9. Ballew, JR; Fink, GD
      Characterization of the antihypertensive effect of a thiazide diuretic in angiotensin II-induced hypertension

      JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    10. Strazzullo, P; Barba, G; Cappuccio, FP; Siani, A; Trevisan, M; Farinaro, E; Pagano, E; Barbato, A; Iacone, R; Galletti, F
      Altered renal sodium handling in men with abdominal adiposity: a link to hypertension

      JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    11. Huang, Y; Wang, DH
      Role of AT1 and AT2 receptor subtypes in salt-sensitive hypertension induced by sensory nerve degeneration

      JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    12. Lou, YK; Wen, C; Li, M; Adams, DJ; Wang, MX; Yang, F; Morris, BJ; Whitworth, JA
      Decreased renal expression of nitric oxide synthase isoforms in adrenocorticotropin-induced and corticosterone-induced hypertension

      HYPERTENSION
    13. Rodriguez-Iturbe, B; Pons, H; Herrera-Acosta, J; Johnson, RJ
      Role of immunocompetent cells in nonimmune renal diseases

      KIDNEY INTERNATIONAL
    14. Ying, WZ; Xia, HL; Sanders, PW
      Nitric oxide synthase (NOS2) mutation in Dahl/Rapp rats decreases enzyme stability

      CIRCULATION RESEARCH
    15. Ruschitzka, F; Quaschning, T; Noll, G; deGottardi, A; Rossier, MF; Enseleit, F; Hurlimann, D; Luscher, TF; Shaw, SG
      Endothelin 1 type A receptor antagonism prevents vascular dysfunction and hypertension induced by 11 beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase inhibition - Role of nitric oxide

      CIRCULATION
    16. Kotelevtsev, Y; Webb, DJ
      Endothelin as a natriuretic hormone: the case for a paracrine action mediated by nitric oxide

      CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH
    17. Adam, A; Raij, L
      Nitric oxide - angiotensin II axis in renal and cardiovascular injury

      JOURNAL OF NEPHROLOGY
    18. Melo, LG; Steinhelper, ME; Pang, SC; Tse, Y; Ackermann, U
      ANP in regulation of arterial pressure and fluid-electrolyte balance: lessons from genetic mouse models

      PHYSIOLOGICAL GENOMICS
    19. Pollock, DM
      Renal endothelin in hypertension

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEPHROLOGY AND HYPERTENSION
    20. Meneton, P
      Comparative roles of the renal apical sodium transport systems in blood pressure control

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF NEPHROLOGY
    21. Bader, M; Bohnemeier, H; Zollmann, FS; Lockley-Jones, OE; Ganten, D
      Transgenic animals in cardiovascular disease research

      EXPERIMENTAL PHYSIOLOGY
    22. Contreras, F; Rivera, M; Vasquez, J; De la Parte, MA; Velasco, M
      Endothelial dysfunction in arterial hypertension

      JOURNAL OF HUMAN HYPERTENSION
    23. Zhou, MS; Kosaka, H; Yoneyama, H
      Potassium augments vascular relaxation mediated by nitric oxide in the carotid arteries of hypertensive Dahl rats

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    24. Melo, LG; Pang, SC; Ackermann, U
      Atrial natriuretic peptide: Regulator of chronic arterial blood pressure

      NEWS IN PHYSIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    25. Lind, L; Granstam, SO; Millgard, J
      Endothelium-dependent vasodilation in hypertension: A review

      BLOOD PRESSURE
    26. Wu, F; Cholewa, B; Mattson, DL
      Characterization of L-arginine transporters in rat renal inner medullary collecting duct

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    27. Zhao, XG; White, R; Van Huysse, J; Leenen, FHH
      Cardiac hypertrophy and cardiac renin-angiotensin system in Dahl rats on high salt intake

      JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    28. Kreutz, R; Kovacevic, L; Schulz, A; Rothermund, L; Ketteler, M; Paul, M
      Effect of high NaCl diet on spontaneous hypertension in a genetic rat model with reduced nephron number

      JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    29. Johnson, RJ; Gordon, KL; Giachelli, C; Kurth, T; Skelton, MM; Cowley, AW
      Tubulointerstitial injury and loss of nitric oxide synthases parallel the development of hypertension in the Dahl-SS Rat

      JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    30. Bursztyn, M; Mekler, J; Peleg, E; Bernheim, J
      Subpressor dose of L-NAME unmasks hypertensive effect of chronic hyperinsulinemia

      HYPERTENSION
    31. Ikeda, T; Ohta, H; Okada, M; Kawai, N; Nakao, R; Siegl, PKS; Kobayashi, T; Miyauchi, T; Nishikibe, M
      Antihypertensive effects of a mixed endothelin-A- and -B-receptor antagonist, J-104132, were augmented in the presence of an AT1-receptor antagonist,MK-954

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    32. Smithies, O; Kim, HS; Takahashi, N; Edgell, MH
      Importance of quantitative genetic variations in the etiology of hypertension

      KIDNEY INTERNATIONAL
    33. Ying, WZ; Wang, PX; Sanders, PW
      Induction of apoptosis during development of hypertensive nephrosclerosis

      KIDNEY INTERNATIONAL
    34. Cvetkovic, B; Sigmund, CD
      Understanding hypertension through genetic manipulation in mice

      KIDNEY INTERNATIONAL
    35. Mattson, DL; Wu, F
      Control of arterial blood pressure and renal sodium excretion by nitric oxide synthase in the renal medulla

      ACTA PHYSIOLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    36. Raij, L; Hayakawa, H
      Blood pressure, endothelial dysfunction and target organ injury

      EUROPEAN HEART JOURNAL SUPPLEMENTS
    37. Saad, Y; Garrett, MR; Lee, SJ; Dene, H; Rapp, JP
      Localization of a blood pressure QTL on rat chromosome 1 using Dahl rat congenic strains

      PHYSIOLOGICAL GENOMICS
    38. Swei, A; Lacy, F; Delano, FA; Parks, DA; Schmid-Schobein, GW
      A mechanism of oxygen free radical production in the Dahl hypertensive rat

      MICROCIRCULATION
    39. Zhou, MS; Nishida, Y; Yoneyama, H; Chen, QH; Kosaka, H
      Potassium supplementation increases sodium excretion and nitric oxide production in hypertensive Dahl rats

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL HYPERTENSION
    40. Yoshida, M; Koyama, H; Moji, K; Aoyagi, K; Takemoto, T; Suzuki, S; Satoh, H
      Daily response of blood pressure to day-to-day variation of urinary sodiumto potassium ratio

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL HYPERTENSION
    41. Weinberger, MH
      Minerals and hypertension: facts and fiction

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEPHROLOGY AND HYPERTENSION
    42. Ishani, A; Raij, L
      Hypertension, nitric oxide and end-organ damage

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEPHROLOGY AND HYPERTENSION
    43. Satoh, T; Owada, S; Ishida, M
      Recent aspects in the genetic renal mechanisms involved in hypertension

      INTERNAL MEDICINE
    44. 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
    45. Somova, LI; Kormuth, E; Moodley, K
      Chromosome abnormalities in protein-energy malnutrition of salt-sensitive hypertensive rats

      NUTRITION RESEARCH
    46. Tamura, K; Chiba, E; Yokoyama, N; Sumida, Y; Yabana, M; Tamura, N; Takasaki, I; Takagi, N; Ishii, M; Horiuchi, M; Umemura, S
      Renin-angiotensin system and fibronectin gene expression in Dahl Iwai salt-sensitive and salt-resistant rats

      JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    47. Ito, O; Roman, RJ
      Role of 20-HETE in elevating chloride transport in the thick ascending limb of Dahl SS/Jr rats

      HYPERTENSION
    48. Wang, DH; Li, JP
      Antihypertensive mechanisms underlying a novel salt-sensitive hypertensivemodel induced by sensory denervation

      HYPERTENSION
    49. Piccirillo, G; Bucca, C; Tarantini, S; Santagada, E; Viola, E; Durante, M; Raganato, P; Mariano, A; Cacciafesta, M; Marigliano, V
      Left ventricular mass and heart rate variability in middle-aged and elderly salt-sensitive hypertensive subjects

      ARCHIVES OF GERONTOLOGY AND GERIATRICS
    50. Stokes, JB; Madias, NE; Harrington, JT
      Disorders of the epithelial sodium channel: Insights into the regulation of extracellular volume and blood pressure

      KIDNEY INTERNATIONAL
    51. Garbers, DL; Dubois, SK
      The molecular basis of hypertension

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    52. van Paassen, P; Navis, GJ; de Jong, PE; de Zeeuw, D
      Pretreatment renal vascular tone predicts the effect of specific renin inhibition on natriuresis in essential hypertension

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
    53. BUHIMSCHI IA; SAADE GR; CHWALISZ K; GARFIELD RE
      THE NITRIC-OXIDE PATHWAY IN PREECLAMPSIA - PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS

      Human reproduction update
    54. STEC DE; DAVISSON RL; SIGMUND CD
      TRANSGENESIS AND GENE TARGETING IN THE MOUSE - TOOLS FOR STUDYING GENETIC-DETERMINANTS OF HYPERTENSION

      Trends in cardiovascular medicine
    55. TRESHAM JJ; MAY CN
      ROLE OF NITRIC-OXIDE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF CORTICOTROPIN-INDUCED HYPERTENSION IN SHEEP

      Clinical and experimental pharmacology and physiology
    56. MASILAMANI S; ZHANG XZ; BAYLIS C
      BLUNTED PRESSURE NATRIURETIC RESPONSE IN THE OLD RAT - PARTICIPATION OF THE RENAL NERVES

      American journal of kidney diseases
    57. KONE BC
      MOLECULAR APPROACHES TO RENAL PHYSIOLOGY AND THERAPEUTICS

      Seminars in nephrology
    58. NADAUD S; MAO C; LUVARA G; MICHEL JB; SOUBRIER F
      ISOFORM-SPECIFIC REGULATION OF NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE MESSENGER-RNA INTHE KIDNEY BY SODIUM AND BLOOD-PRESSURE

      Journal of hypertension
    59. Schiffrin, EL
      Endothelin and endothelin antagonists in hypertension

      JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    60. Nishida, Y; Ding, J; Zhou, MS; Chen, QH; Murakami, H; Wu, XZ; Kosaka, H
      Role of nitric oxide in vascular hyper-responsiveness to norepinephrine inhypertensive Dahl rats

      JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    61. AZAM M; GUPTA G; CHEN W; WELLINGTON S; WARBURTON D; DANZIGER RS
      GENETIC-MAPPING OF SOLUBLE GUANYLYL CYCLASE GENES - IMPLICATIONS FOR LINKAGE TO BLOOD-PRESSURE IN THE DAHL RAT

      Hypertension
    62. Sanders, PW; Chen, PY; Gladish, RD
      Concordant genetic and physiological data are required for candidate genes- Response

      HYPERTENSION
    63. MARKOVITZ JH; TUCKER D; LEWIS CE; SANDERS PW; WARNOCK DG
      INVERSE RELATIONSHIP OF URINARY CYCLIC CMP TO BLOOD-PRESSURE REACTIVITY IN THE CARDIA STUDY - VASODILATORY REGULATION OF SYMPATHETIC VASOCONSTRICTION

      Psychosomatic medicine
    64. SEO S; LANDRY DW; OLIVER JA
      RENIN INHIBITS THE VASORELAXATION INDUCED BY NITROSO ALBUMIN

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications (Print)
    65. HERTZANLEVY S; IAINA A; WOLLMAN Y; CHERNIHOVSKY T; YAGIL C; YAGIL Y; PEER G; SKUTELSKY E
      GLOMERULAR-BASEMENT-MEMBRANE POLYANIONIC SITES AND NITRIC-OXIDE IN GENETICALLY SALT-SENSITIVE AND RESISTANT HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Kidney & blood pressure research
    66. MERRILL DC; GRANWEHR BP; DAVIS DR; SIGMUND CD
      USE OF TRANSGENIC AND GENE-TARGETED MICE TO MODEL THE GENETIC-BASIS OF HYPERTENSIVE DISORDERS

      Proceedings of the Association of American Physicians
    67. ROMAN RJ; ALONSOGARCIA M; WILSON TW
      RENAL P450 METABOLITES OF ARACHIDONIC-ACID AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF HYPERTENSION IN DAHL SALT-SENSITIVE RATS

      American journal of hypertension
    68. LAHERA V; NAVARROCID J; CACHOFEIRO V; GARCIAESTAN J; RUILOPE LM
      NITRIC-OXIDE, THE KIDNEY, AND HYPERTENSION

      American journal of hypertension
    69. LAHERA V; NAVARROCID J; CACHOFEIRO V; GARCIAESTAN J; RUILOPE LM
      NITRIC-OXIDE, THE KIDNEY, AND HYPERTENSION

      American journal of hypertension
    70. KONE BC; BAYLIS C
      BIOSYNTHESIS AND HOMEOSTATIC ROLES OF NITRIC-OXIDE IN THE NORMAL KIDNEY

      American journal of physiology. Renal, fluid and electrolyte physiology
    71. CHOUKROUN G; SCHMITT F; MARTINEZ F; DRUEKE TB; BANKIR L
      LOW URINE FLOW REDUCES THE CAPACITY TO EXCRETE A SODIUM LOAD IN HUMANS

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    72. BROOKS VL
      INTERACTIONS BETWEEN ANGIOTENSIN-II AND THE SYMPATHETIC NERVOUS-SYSTEM IN THE THE LONG-TERM CONTROL OF ARTERIAL-PRESSURE

      Clinical and experimental pharmacology and physiology
    73. MARKOVITZ JH; LEWIS CE; SANDERS PW; TUCKER D; WARNOCK DG
      RELATIONSHIP OF DIASTOLIC BLOOD-PRESSURE WITH CYCLIC-GMP EXCRETION AMONG YOUNG-ADULTS (THE CARDIA STUDY) - INFLUENCE OF A FAMILY HISTORY OFHYPERTENSION

      Journal of hypertension
    74. DETER HC; BUCHHOLZ K; SCHORR U; SCHACHINGER H; TURAN S; SHARMA AM
      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL REACTIVITY OF SALT-SENSITIVE NORMOTENSIVE SUBJECTS

      Journal of hypertension
    75. DIMITROV Y; PETITJEAN P; HANNEDOUCHE T
      KIDNEY AND NITRIC-OXIDE

      Nephrologie
    76. SWEI A; LACY F; DELANO FA; SCHMIDSCHONBEIN GW
      OXIDATIVE STRESS IN THE DAHL HYPERTENSIVE RAT

      Hypertension
    77. MATSUOKA H; ITOH S; KIMOTO M; KOHNO K; TAMAI O; WADA Y; YASUKAWA H; IWAMI G; OKUDA S; IMAIZUMI T
      ASYMMETRICAL DIMETHYLARGININE, AN ENDOGENOUS NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE INHIBITOR, IN EXPERIMENTAL-HYPERTENSION

      Hypertension
    78. CAVENEY SW; TAYLOR DA; FLEMING WW
      EXAMINATION BY RADIOLIGAND BINDING OF THE ALPHA(1)-ADRENOCEPTORS IN THE MESENTERIC ARTERIAL VASCULATURE DURING THE DEVELOPMENT OF SALT-SENSITIVE HYPERTENSION

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    79. ELY DL
      OVERVIEW OF DIETARY-SODIUM EFFECTS ON AND INTERACTIONS WITH CARDIOVASCULAR AND NEUROENDOCRINE FUNCTIONS

      The American journal of clinical nutrition
    80. GALLE J; WANNER C
      IMPACT OF NITRIC-OXIDE ON RENAL HEMODYNAMICS AND GLOMERULAR FUNCTION - MODULATION BY ATHEROGENIC LIPOPROTEINS

      Kidney & blood pressure research
    81. KURABAYASHI M; YAZAKI Y
      MOLECULAR-GENETIC APPROACH TO THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF CARDIOVASCULAR-DISEASE

      International angiology
    82. HUSTED RF; TAKAHASHI T; STOKES JB
      IMCD CELLS CULTURED FROM DAHL-S RATS ABSORB MORE NA-R RATS( THAN DAHL)

      American journal of physiology. Renal, fluid and electrolyte physiology
    83. JOHNS C; GAVRAS I; HANDY DE; SALOMAO A; GAVRAS H
      MODELS OF EXPERIMENTAL-HYPERTENSION IN MICE

      Hypertension
    84. TURNER SW; WEN C; LI M; WHITWORTH JA
      L-ARGININE PREVENTS CORTICOTROPIN-INDUCED INCREASES IN BLOOD-PRESSUREIN THE RAT

      Hypertension
    85. FRITZ JD; ROBERTSON D
      GENE TARGETING APPROACHES TO THE AUTONOMIC NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Journal of the autonomic nervous system
    86. ITO S; CARRETERO OA; ABE K
      NITRIC-OXIDE IN THE JUXTAGLOMERULAR APPARATUS

      Kidney international
    87. GASTON RS; SCHLESSINGER SD; SANDERS PW; BARKER CV; CURTIS JJ; WARNOCK DG; WILLIAMS J; HANCOCK J
      CYCLOSPORINE INHIBITS THE RENAL RESPONSE TO L-ARGININE IN HUMAN KIDNEY-TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    88. BUTLER TV; CAMERON J; KIRCHNER KA
      DIETARY CALCIUM SUPPLEMENTATION RESTORES PRESSURE NATRIURESIS RESPONSES IN DAHL-S RATS

      American journal of hypertension
    89. ISOZAKI T; KUMAGAI H; OHURA M; HISHIDA A
      NATRIURETIC RESPONSE TO ACUTE SODIUM-CHLORIDE OR SODIUM-BICARBONATE INFUSIONS IN HUMANS

      Mineral and electrolyte metabolism
    90. HU LF; MANNING RD
      ROLE OF NITRIC-OXIDE IN REGULATION OF LONG-TERM PRESSURE-NATRIURESIS RELATIONSHIP IN DAHL RATS

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    91. NARA Y; IKEDA K; MATSUMOTO C; NABIKA T; SAWAMURA M; YAMORI Y
      IN SEARCH OF GENES CAUSING SPONTANEOUS HYPERTENSION

      Clinical and experimental pharmacology and physiology
    92. NAGAE A; KOHARA K; IWATA T; MATSUDA S; SAKANAKA M; HIWADA K
      EFFECT OF DIETARY NACL ON TYROSINE-HYDROXYLASE IN THE SUPERIOR CERVICAL-GANGLIA OF DAHL RATS

      Neuroscience letters
    93. HATTON DC; YUE Q; MCCARRON DA
      MECHANISMS OF CALCIUM EFFECTS ON BLOOD-PRESSURE

      Seminars in nephrology
    94. TERUYA H; MURATANI H; TAKISHITA S; SESOKO S; MATAYOSHI R; FUKIYAMA K
      BRAIN ANGIOTENSIN-II CONTRIBUTES TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF HYPERTENSION IN DAHL-IWAI SALT-SENSITIVE RATS

      Journal of hypertension
    95. DOMINICZAK AF; BOHR DF
      NITRIC-OXIDE AND ITS PUTATIVE ROLE IN HYPERTENSION

      Hypertension
    96. UMANS JG; LEVI R
      NITRIC-OXIDE IN THE REGULATION OF BLOOD-FLOW AND ARTERIAL-PRESSURE

      Annual review of physiology
    97. BONNARDEAUX A; NADAUD S; CHARRU A; JEUNEMAITRE X; CORVOL P; SOUBRIER F
      LACK OF EVIDENCE FOR LINKAGE OF THE ENDOTHELIAL-CELL NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE GENE TO ESSENTIAL-HYPERTENSION

      Circulation
    98. BATTLE D; REDON J; GUTTERMAN C; LAPOINTE M; SALEH A; SHARMA A; ROMBOLA G; YE MH; ALSHEIKHA W; GOMEZ L; SOBRERO M
      ACID-BASE STATUS AND INTRACELLULAR PH REGULATION IN LYMPHOCYTES FROM RATS WITH GENETIC-HYPERTENSION

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    99. HATTON DC; MCCARRON DA
      DIETARY CALCIUM AND BLOOD-PRESSURE IN EXPERIMENTAL-MODELS OF HYPERTENSION - A REVIEW

      Hypertension
    100. KAMEL KS; HALPERIN ML
      HYPERKALEMIA WITH MILD ECF VOLUME CONTRACTION - STUDIES TO PROVIDE A POSSIBLE PHYSIOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION

      Clinical and investigative medicine


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