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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 168, Number 1, 1 January 2000

Biological effects of arginine metabolites
pp. 21-25(5)
Authors: Blantz, R.C.; Satriano, J.; Gabbai, F.; Kelly, C.

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A pivotal role of nitric oxide in endothelial cell dysfunction
pp. 33-40(8)
Authors: Goligorsky, M.S.; Noiri, E.; Tsukahara, H.; Budzikowski, A.S.; Li, H.

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Mode of nitric oxide action on the renal vasculature
pp. 41-45(5)
Authors: Kurtz, A.; Götz, K.H.; Hamann, M.; Sandner, P.

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Interactions of the renin–angiotensin system and neuronal nitric oxide synthase in regulation of cyclooxygenase-2 in the macula densa
pp. 47-51(5)
Authors: Harris, R.C.; Cheng, H.F.; Wang, J.L.; Zhang, M.Z.; McKanna, J.A.

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Nitric oxide: a physiological mediator of the type 2 (AT2) angiotensin receptor
pp. 65-71(7)
Authors: Carey, R.M.; Jin, X.H.; Wang, Z.Q.; Siragy, H.M.

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Phosphorylation and activation of the endothelial nitric oxide synthase by fluid shear stress
pp. 81-88(8)
Authors: Fisslthaler, B.; Dimmeler, S.; Hermann, C.; Busse, R.; Fleming, I.

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Impaired effect by NO synthase inhibition on tubuloglomerular feedback in rats after chronic renal denervation
pp. 89-93(5)
Authors: Thorup, C.; Kurkus, J.; Morsing, P.; Ollerstam, A.; Persson, A.E.G.

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Exocytosis and endocytosis in juxtaglomerular cells
pp. 95-99(5)
Authors: Friis, U.G.; Jensen, B.L.; Hansen, P.B.; Andreasen, D.; Skøtt, O.

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Advanced glycosylation end-products and NO-dependent vasodilation in renal afferent arterioles from diabetic rats
pp. 101-106(6)
Authors: Moore, L.C.; Thorup, C.; Ellinger, A.; Paccione, J.; Casellas, D.; Kaskel, F.J.

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Endogenous nitric oxide and epoxyeicosatrienoic acids modulate angiotensin II-induced constriction in the rabbit afferent arteriole
pp. 107-112(6)
Authors: Kohagura, K.; Endo, Y.; Ito, O.; Arima, S.; Omata, K.; Ito, S.

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Chronic increases in transmural pressure reduce NO-mediated dilations in isolated resistance arteries of the hamster
pp. 113-117(5)
Authors: Bolz, S.S.; Pieperhoff, S.; de Wit, C.; Pohl, U.; Bolz, S-S.

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Nitric oxide and preglomerular vascular lesions in Lyon spontaneously hypertensive rats
pp. 133-138(6)
Authors: Casellas, D.; Bouriquet, N.; Artuso, A.

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Nitric oxide–angiotensin II interactions in angiotensin II-dependent hypertension
pp. 139-147(9)
Authors: Navar, L.G.; Ichihara, A.; Chin, S.Y.; Imig, J.D.

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Blood pressure control in eNOS knock-out mice: comparison with other species under NO blockade
pp. 155-160(6)
Authors: Stauss, H.M.; Nafz, B.; Mrowka, R.; Persson, P.B.

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Abnormal pressure–natriuresis in hypertension: role of nitric oxide
pp. 161-168(8)
Authors: Granger, J.P.; Alexander, B.T.

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Renal NO production and the development of hypertension
pp. 169-174(6)
Authors: Persson, A.E.G.; Gutierrez, A.; Pittner, J.; Ring, A.; Ollerstam, A.; Brown, R.; Liu, R.; Thorup, C.

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Role of nitric oxide in haemodialysis hypotension
pp. 181-186(6)
Authors: Nishimura, M.; Takahashi, H.; Yoshimura, M.

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Vasoconstrictor responses in thromboxane receptor knockout mice: tubuloglomerular feedback and ureteral obstruction
pp. 201-207(7)
Authors: Schnermann, J.; Traynor, T.; Pohl, H.; Thomas, D.W.; Coffman, T.M.; Briggs, J.P.

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Renal sodium/calcium exchange; a vasodilator that is defective in salt-sensitive hypertension
pp. 209-214(6)
Authors: Bell, P.D.; Mashburn, N.; Unlap, M.T.

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Intrarenal dopamine coordinates the effect of antinatriuretic and natriuretic factors
pp. 215-218(4)
Authors: Holtbäck, U.; Kruse, M.S.; Brismar, H.; Aperia, A.

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Dopamine D3 receptors in the rat kidney: role in physiology and pathophysiology
pp. 219-223(5)
Authors: Mühlbauer, B.; Küster, E.; Luippold, G.

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Effect of salt intake on jejunal dopamine, Na+,K+-ATPase activity and electrolyte transport
pp. 225-231(7)
Authors: Lucas-Teixeira, V.; Serrão, M.P.; Soares-Da-Silva, P.

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The collecting duct, dopamine and vasopressin-dependent hypertension
pp. 239-244(6)
Authors: Schafer, J.A.; Li, L.; Sun, D.

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D1 Dopamine receptor signalling defect in spontaneous hypertension
pp. 245-250(6)
Authors: Felder, R.A.; Eisner, G.M.; Jose, P.A.

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