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    1. Maier, KG; Roman, RJ
      Cytochrome P450 metabolites of arachidonic acid in the control of renal function

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEPHROLOGY AND HYPERTENSION
    2. Deng, AY; Dutil, J; Sivo, Z
      Utilization of marker-assisted congenics to map two blood pressure quantitative trait loci in Dahl rats

      MAMMALIAN GENOME
    3. Moreno, C; Maier, KG; Hoagland, KM; Yu, M; Roman, RJ
      Abnormal pressure-natriuresis in hypertension: Role of cytochrome P450 metabolites of arachidonic acid

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    4. Dutil, J; Moujahidine, M; Lemieux, C; Jankowski, M; Gutkowska, J; Deng, AY
      Chromosomal and comparative mapping of rat oxytocin, oxytocin receptor andvasopressin genes

      CYTOGENETICS AND CELL GENETICS
    5. Phillips, MI
      Gene therapy for hypertension - The preclinical data

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

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

      HYPERTENSION
    8. Pachori, AS; Huentelman, MJ; Francis, SC; Gelband, CH; Katovich, MJ; Raizada, MK
      The future of hypertension therapy: Sense, antisense, or nonsense?

      HYPERTENSION
    9. Yuan, B; Cowley, AW
      Evidence that reduced renal medullary nitric oxide synthase activity of Dahl S rats enables small elevations of arginine vasopressin to produce sustained hypertension

      HYPERTENSION
    10. Huang, BS; Ganten, D; Leenen, FHH
      Responses to central Na+ and ouabain are attenuated in transgenic rats deficient in brain angiotensinogen

      HYPERTENSION
    11. Ando, K; Omi, N; Shimosawa, T; Takahashi, K; Fujita, T
      Effects of ouabain on the growth and DNA synthesis of PC 12 cells

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    12. Otsuka, F; Ogura, T; Yamauchi, T; Sato, M; Kataoka, H; Kageyama, J; Makino, H
      Chronic treatment with angiotensin II type 1 receptor antagonist suppresses glomerular activator protein-1 activity in salt-sensitive hypertensive rats

      KIDNEY & BLOOD PRESSURE RESEARCH
    13. 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
    14. Nagase, M; Kaname, S; Nagase, T; Wang, G; Ando, K; Sawamura, T; Fujita, T
      Expression of LOX-1, an oxidized low-density lipoprotein receptor, in experimental hypertensive glomerulosclerosis

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF NEPHROLOGY
    15. Lee, WK; Padmanabhan, S; Dominiczak, AF
      Genetics of hypertension: from experimental models to clinical applications

      JOURNAL OF HUMAN HYPERTENSION
    16. Maeda, H; Sasaguri, M; Sakai, T; Kinoshita, A; Koga, M; Noda, K; Tsuji, E; Ideishi, M; Arakawa, E
      Roles of renal dopamine and kallikrein-kinin systems in antihypertensive mechanisms of exercise in rats

      Hypertension research
    17. Kohzuki, M; Wu, XM; Kamimoto, M; Yoshida, K; Nagasaka, M; Kanazawa, M; Yasujima, M; Saito, T; Sato, T
      Renal-protective effect of nondepressor dose of cicletanine in diabetic rats with hypertension

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    18. Wattanapitayakul, SK; Bauer, JA
      Recent developments in gene therapy for cardiac disease

      BIOMEDICINE & PHARMACOTHERAPY
    19. Li, DL; Belusa, R; Nowicki, S; Aperia, A
      Arachidonic acid metabolic pathways regulating activity of renal Na+-K+-ATPase are age dependent

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-RENAL PHYSIOLOGY
    20. Wang, DZ; Yoshida, H; Song, Q; Chao, L; Chao, J
      Enhanced renal function in bradykinin B-2 receptor transgenic mice

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-RENAL PHYSIOLOGY
    21. Katz, SA; Opsahl, JA; Wernsing, SE; Forbis, LM; Smith, J; Heller, LJ
      Myocardial renin is neither necessary nor sufficient to initiate or maintain ventricular hypertrophy

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    22. Oyekan, AO
      Cytochrome P450-dependent metabolites of arachidonic acid and renal function in the rat

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL PHARMACOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY
    23. Nabika, T; Kobayashi, Y; Yamori, Y
      Congenic rats for hypertension: How useful are they for the hunting of hypertension genes?

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL PHARMACOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY
    24. Swynghedauw, B; Baillard, C
      Biology of hypertensive cardiopathy

      CURRENT OPINION IN CARDIOLOGY
    25. Sasaki, T; Ohno, Y; Otsuka, K; Suzawa, T; Suzuki, H; Saruta, T
      Oestrogen attenuates the increases in blood pressure and platelet aggregation in ovariectomized and salt-loaded Dahl salt-sensitive rats

      JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    26. Raizada, MK; Francis, SC; Wang, HW; Gelband, CH; Reaves, PY; Katovich, MJ
      Targeting of the renin-angiotensin system by antisense gene therapy: a possible strategy for the long-term control of hypertension

      JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    27. Dominiczak, AF; Negrin, DC; Clark, JS; Brosnan, MJ; McBride, MW; Alexander, MY
      Genes and hypertension - From gene mapping in experimental models to vascular gene transfer strategies

      HYPERTENSION
    28. 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
    29. Hinojosa-Laborde, C; Lange, DL; Haywood, JR
      Role of female sex hormones in the development and reversal of Dahl hypertension

      HYPERTENSION
    30. 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
    31. Wolf, WC; Yoshida, H; Agata, J; Chao, L; Chao, J
      Human tissue kallikrein gene delivery attenuates hypertension, renal injury, and cardiac remodeling in chronic renal failure

      KIDNEY INTERNATIONAL
    32. Gross, V; Schunck, WH; Honeck, H; Milia, AF; Kargel, E; Walther, T; Bader, M; Inagami, T; Schneider, W; Luft, FC
      Inhibition of pressure natriuresis in mice lacking the AT(2) receptor

      KIDNEY INTERNATIONAL
    33. Hayashida, W; Kihara, Y; Yasaka, A; Sasayama, S
      Cardiac calcineurin during transition from hypertrophy to heart failure inrats

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    34. Felder, RA; Eisner, GM; Jose, PA
      D-1 dopamine receptor signalling defect in spontaneous hypertension

      ACTA PHYSIOLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    35. Miura, N; Suzuki, S; Hamada, Y; Kamimura, R; Fujiki, M; Misumi, K; Sakamoto, H
      Salt water promotes hypertension in Dahl-S rats

      EXPERIMENTAL ANIMALS
    36. 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
    37. Ponder, KP
      Systemic gene therapy for cardiovascular disease

      TRENDS IN CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINE
    38. Raizada, MK; Katovich, MJ; Wang, HW; Berecek, KH; Gelband, CH
      Is antisense gene therapy a step in the right direction in the control of hypertension?

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    39. McGiff, JC; Quilley, J
      20-HETE and the kidney: resolution of old problems and new beginnings

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    40. van Dokkum, RPE; Alonso-Galicia, M; Provoost, AP; Jacob, HJ; Roman, RJ
      Impaired autoregulation of renal blood flow in the fawn-hooded rat

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    41. Kalinowski, L; Szczepanska-Konkel, M; Jankowski, M; Angielski, S
      Cicletanine - New insights into its pharmacological actions

      GENERAL PHARMACOLOGY
    42. Jacob, HJ
      Physiological genetics: Application to hypertension research

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL PHARMACOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY
    43. Nakamoto, H; Suzuki, H; Ohishi, A; Katsumata, H; Sakaguchi, H; Saruta, T
      Effects of cicletanine on the progression of renal failure in 5/6 nephrectomized hypertensive rats

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL PHARMACOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY
    44. Kasuya, A; Satoh, S; Yoshida, M; Hisa, H; Suzuki-Kusaba, M; Satoh, S
      Inhibitory effect of nitric oxide on the renin-angiotensin system in Dahl salt-sensitive rats

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL PHARMACOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY
    45. Kohzuki, M; Wu, XM; Kamimoto, M; Yoshida, K; Watanabe, M; Hashimoto, M; Kanazawa, M; Saito, T; Yasujima, M; Sato, T
      Renal-protective effect of non-depressor dose of cicletanine in streptozotocin diabetic rats

      JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    46. Hirawa, N; Uehara, Y; Kawabata, Y; Numabe, A; Comi, T; Ikeda, T; Suzuki, T; Goto, A; Toyo-Oka, T; Omata, M
      Long-term inhibition of renin-angiotensin system sustains memory function in aged Dahl rats

      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. Nakagawa, H; Daihara, M; Tamakawa, H; Nozue, T; Kawahara, K
      Effects of quinapril and losartan on insulin sensitivity in genetic hypertensive rats with different metabolic abnormalities

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    49. Mozaffari, MS; Wyss, JM
      Dietary NaCl-induced hypertension in uninephrectomized Wistar-Kyoto rats: Role of kidney function

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    50. Zicha, J; Kunes, J
      Ontogenetic aspects of hypertension development: Analysis in the rat

      PHYSIOLOGICAL REVIEWS
    51. Hirawa, N; Uehara, Y; Suzuki, T; Kawabata, Y; Numabe, A; Gomi, T; Ikeda, T; Kizuki, K; Omata, M
      Regression of glomerular injury by kallikrein infusion in Dahl salt-sensitive rats is a bradykinin B-2-receptor-mediated event

      NEPHRON
    52. Kubisch, HM; Gomez-Sanchez, EP
      Embryo transfer in the rat as a tool to determine genetic components of the gestational environment

      LABORATORY ANIMAL SCIENCE
    53. Makhanova, NA; Markel, AL; Yakobson, GS
      Conditions of early ontogeny and blood pressure (data of experimental studies)

      KARDIOLOGIYA
    54. GARAY RP; ALVAREZGUERRA M; ALDA JO; NAZARET C; SOLER A; VARGAS F
      REGULATION OF RENAL NA-K-CL COTRANSPORTER NKCC2 BY HUMORAL NATRIURETIC FACTORS - RELEVANCE IN HYPERTENSION

      Clinical and experimental hypertension
    55. NISHIKAWA K
      ANGIOTENSIN AT(1) RECEPTOR ANTAGONISM AND PROTECTION AGAINST CARDIOVASCULAR END-ORGAN DAMAGE

      Journal of human hypertension
    56. Cicila, GT; Lee, SJ
      Identifying candidate genes for blood pressure quantitative trait loci using differential gene expression and a panel of congenic strains

      Hypertension research
    57. HUANG BS; VEERASINGHAM SJ; LEENEN FHH
      BRAIN OUABAIN, ANG-II, AND SYMPATHOEXCITATION BY CHRONIC CENTRAL SODIUM LOADING IN RATS

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    58. ZHOU MS; NISHIDA Y; CHEN QH; MURAKAMI H; HOSOMI H; KOSAKA H
      IS A HYPERTENSINOGENIC FACTOR PRESENT IN THE KIDNEY OF HYPERTENSIVE DAHL RATS

      Clinical and experimental pharmacology and physiology
    59. KATO K; SAITA M; ISHIZUKA Y; NOSE K; KUNITAKE T; HANAMORI T; KANNAN H
      DIFFERENCE IN WATER-INTAKE BUT NOT IN RENAL SYMPATHETIC-NERVE ACTIVITY IN RESPONSE TO CENTRAL SALT-LOADING OR ANGIOTENSIN-II IN AWAKE DAHL SALT-SENSITIVE AND SALT-RESISTANT RATS

      Neuroscience letters
    60. HAMET P; PAUSOVA Z; ADARICHEV V; ADARICHEVA K; TREMBLAY J
      HYPERTENSION - GENES AND ENVIRONMENT

      Journal of hypertension
    61. NYQUISTBATTIE C; COCHRAN P; CHRONWALL BM
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF HIGH-SALT INTAKE ON NEUROPEPTIDE-Y AND ADRENERGIC MARKERS IN HEARTS OF DAHL RATS

      Peptides (New York, N.Y. 1980)
    62. 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
    63. HUSSAIN T; LOKHANDWALA MF
      RENAL DOPAMINE-RECEPTOR FUNCTION IN HYPERTENSION

      Hypertension
    64. HUSTED RF; RAPP JP; STOKES JB
      CANDIDATE GENES IN THE REGULATION OF NA+ TRANSPORT BY INNER MEDULLARYCOLLECTING DUCT CELLS FROM DAHL RATS

      Hypertension
    65. ALONSOGALICIA M; FROHLICH B; ROMAN RJ
      INDUCTION OF P4504A ACTIVITY IMPROVES PRESSURE-NATRIURESIS IN DAHL S RATS

      Hypertension
    66. KUBISCH HM; MATHIALAGAN S; GOMEZSANCHEZ EP
      MODULATION OF BLOOD-PRESSURE IN THE DAHL SS JR RAT BY EMBRYO-TRANSFER/

      Hypertension
    67. Takenaka, T; Suzuki, H; Okada, H; Hayashi, K; Ozawa, Y; Saruta, T
      Biophysical signals underlying myogenic responses in rat interlobular artery

      HYPERTENSION
    68. CHEN QH; NISHIDA Y; ZHOU MS; MURAKAMI H; MORITA H; HOSOMI H; KOSAKA H
      ORGAN AND DEVELOPMENT RELATED DIFFERENCE IN TISSUE NOREPINEPHRINE CONCENTRATIONS IN DAHL RATS

      Journal of the autonomic nervous system
    69. JOSE PA; EISNER GM; FELDER RA
      RENAL DOPAMINE-RECEPTORS IN HEALTH AND HYPERTENSION

      Pharmacology & therapeutics (Oxford)
    70. CHAO JL; ZHANG JJ; LIN KF; CHAO L
      ADENOVIRUS-MEDIATED KALLIKREIN GENE DELIVERY REVERSES SALT-INDUCED RENAL INJURY IN DAHL SALT-SENSITIVE RATS

      Kidney international
    71. DENG AY
      IS THE NITRIC-OXIDE SYSTEM INVOLVED IN GENETIC-HYPERTENSION IN DAHL RATS

      Kidney international
    72. BRISMAR H; ASGHAR M; CAREY RM; GREENGARD P; APERIA A
      DOPAMINE-INDUCED RECRUITMENT OF DOPAMINE D1 RECEPTORS TO THE PLASMA-MEMBRANE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    73. PINTO YM; PAUL M; GANTEN D
      LESSONS FROM RAT MODELS OF HYPERTENSION - FROM GOLDBLATT TO GENETIC-ENGINEERING

      Cardiovascular Research
    74. ALVAREZGUERRA M; FERAY JC; ALDA JO; SOLER A; GARAY RP
      CIF (COTRANSPORT INHIBITORY FACTOR) - A NEW NATRIURETIC FACTOR SIMILARLY TO LOOP DIURETIC DRUGS

      NMCD. Nutrition Metabolism and Cardiovascular Diseases
    75. CHAO J; CHAO L
      NEW EXPERIMENTAL-EVIDENCE FOR A ROLE OF TISSUE KALLIKREIN IN HYPERTENSION

      Nephrology, dialysis, transplantation
    76. UEHARA Y; HIRAWA N; NUMABE A; KAWABATA Y; IKEDA T; GOMI T; GOTOH A; OMATA M
      LONG-TERM INFUSION OF KALLIKREIN ATTENUATES RENAL INJURY IN DAHL SALT-SENSITIVE RATS

      American journal of hypertension
    77. HE H; KIMURA S; FUJISAWA Y; TOMOHIRO A; KIYOMOTO K; AKI Y; ABE Y
      DIETARY L-ARGININE SUPPLEMENTATION NORMALIZES REGIONAL BLOOD-FLOW IN DAHL-IWAI SALT-SENSITIVE RATS

      American journal of hypertension
    78. HIRAWA N; UEHARA Y; NUMABE A; KAWABATA Y; GOMI T; IKEDA T; OHNISHI T; ISHII M; OMATA M
      THE IMPLICATION OF RENIN-ANGIOTENSIN SYSTEM ON RENAL INJURY SEEN IN DAHL SALT-SENSITIVE RATS

      American journal of hypertension
    79. ASHIDA T; YOSHIMI H; KAWANO Y; MATSUOKA H; OMAE T
      EFFECT OF CILAZAPRIL AND SALT ON CA2-MUSCLE OF DAHL RATS( EXTRUSION IN ARTERIAL SMOOTH)

      American journal of hypertension
    80. OSBORN JW
      HORMONES AS LONG-TERM ERROR SIGNALS FOR THE SYMPATHETIC NERVOUS-SYSTEM - IMPORTANCE OF A NEW PERSPECTIVE

      Clinical and experimental pharmacology and physiology
    81. KONE BC
      NITRIC-OXIDE IN RENAL HEALTH AND DISEASE

      American journal of kidney diseases
    82. JIANG J; ROMAN RJ
      LOVASTATIN PREVENTS DEVELOPMENT OF HYPERTENSION IN SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    83. KARLSEN FM; ANDERSEN CB; LEYSSAC PP; HOLSTEINRATHLOU NH
      DYNAMIC AUTOREGULATION AND RENAL INJURY IN DAHL RATS

      Hypertension
    84. NAGASE M; ANDO K; KATAFUCHI T; KATO A; HIROSE S; FUJITA T
      ROLE OF NATRIURETIC PEPTIDE RECEPTOR-TYPE-C IN DAHL SALT-SENSITIVE HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    85. DENG AY; DENE H; RAPP JP
      CONGENIC STRAINS FOR THE BLOOD-PRESSURE QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCUS ON RAT CHROMOSOME-2

      Hypertension
    86. STEC DE; MATTSON DL; ROMAN RJ
      INHIBITION OF RENAL OUTER MEDULLARY 20-HETE PRODUCTION PRODUCES HYPERTENSION IN LEWIS RATS

      Hypertension
    87. SUTOO D; AKIYAMA K
      REGULATION OF BLOOD-PRESSURE WITH CALCIUM-DEPENDENT DOPAMINE SYNTHESIZING SYSTEM IN THE BRAIN AND ITS RELATED PHENOMENA

      Brain research reviews
    88. VASQUEZ EC; MEYRELLES SS; MAUAD H; CABRAL AM
      NEURAL REFLEX REGULATION OF ARTERIAL-PRESSURE IN PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL CONDITIONS - INTERPLAY AMONG THE BAROREFLEX, THE CARDIOPULMONARY REFLEXES AND THE CHEMOREFLEX

      Brazilian journal of medical and biological research
    89. DIBONA GF; KOPP UC
      NEURAL CONTROL OF RENAL-FUNCTION

      Physiological reviews
    90. VANECKOVA I; HELLER J; THURAU K
      POSSIBLE CONTRIBUTION OF IMPAIRED SODIUM-EXCRETION TO THE DEVELOPMENTAND MAINTENANCE OF HYPERTENSION - A STUDY OF THE ISOLATED KIDNEYS OF THE PRAGUE HYPERTENSIVE RAT

      Pflugers Archiv
    91. VERSEPUT GH; PROVOOST AP; VANTOL A; KOOMANS HA; JOLES JA
      HYPERLIPIDEMIA IS SECONDARY TO PROTEINURIA AND IS COMPLETELY NORMALIZED BY ANGIOTENSIN-CONVERTING ENZYME-INHIBITION IN HYPERTENSIVE FAWN-HOODED RATS

      Nephron
    92. HUSTED RF; TAKAHASHI T; STOKES JB
      THE BASIS OF HIGHER NA-SENSITIVE RATS - IMPLICATING THE APICAL MEMBRANE NA+ CHANNEL( TRANSPORT BY INNER MEDULLARY COLLECTING DUCT CELLS FROM DAHL SALT)

      The Journal of membrane biology
    93. GUPTA G; AZAM M; YANG L; DANZIGER RS
      THE BETA-2 SUBUNIT INHIBITS STIMULATION OF THE ALPHA-1 BETA-1 FORM OFSOLUBLE GUANYLYL CYCLASE BY NITRIC-OXIDE - POTENTIAL RELEVANCE TO REGULATION OF BLOOD-PRESSURE/

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    94. HUANG BS; YUAN BX; LEENEN FHH
      BLOCKADE OF BRAIN OUABAIN PREVENTS THE IMPAIRMENT OF BAROREFLEXES IN RATS AFTER MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION

      Circulation
    95. TOBIAN L
      DIETARY-SODIUM CHLORIDE AND POTASSIUM HAVE EFFECTS ON THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF HYPERTENSION IN HUMANS AND ANIMALS

      The American journal of clinical nutrition
    96. GARAY RP; ALDA JO; ALVAREZGUERRA M; SOLER A; FERAY JC
      COTRANSPORT INHIBITORY FACTOR - A CLUE TO UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF RENAL NA-K-CL COTRANSPORTERS IN ESSENTIAL-HYPERTENSION

      Cardiovascular risk factors
    97. 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
    98. ASHIDA T; YOSHIMI H; KAWANO Y; MATSUOKA H; OMAE T
      EFFECTS OF DIETARY SALT AND ANGIOTENSIN-CONVERTING ENZYME-INHIBITOR ON ATP-DRIVEN CA PUMP AND NA CA EXCHANGE IN AORTIC RINGS OF DAHL RATS/

      Clinical and experimental hypertension
    99. TAMAKI K; OKUDA S; NAKAYAMA M; YANAGIDA T; FUJISHIMA M
      TRANSFORMING GROWTH-FACTOR-BETA-1 IN HYPERTENSIVE RENAL INJURY IN DAHL SALT-SENSITIVE RATS

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    100. DEWARDENER HE
      SODIUM AND THE KIDNEY IN ESSENTIAL-HYPERTENSION

      Journal of human hypertension


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