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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 185, Number 2, October 2005

Melatonin-evoked potentiation of the juvenile rat tail artery neurogenic reactivity depends on degree of the change in the reactivity
pp. 99-107(9)
Authors: Karachentseva, O. V.; Yartsev, V. N.; Dvoretsky, D. P.; Zhdanova, I. V.

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Exhaled nitric oxide during normoxic and hypoxic exercise in endurance athletes
pp. 123-131(9)
Authors: Verges, S.; Flore, P.; Favre-Juvin, A.; Lévy, P.; Wuyam, B.

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Duodenal secretion in humans mediated by the EP4 receptor subtype
pp. 133-140(8)
Authors: Larsen, R.; Hansen, M. B.; Bindslev, N.

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Muscle hypertrophy induced by the Ski protein: cyto-architecture and ultrastructure
pp. 141-149(9)
Authors: Bruusgaard, J. C.; Brack, A. S.; Hughes, S. M.; Gundersen, K.

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Relaxant effects of β-adrenergic agonists on porcine and human detrusor muscle
pp. 151-159(9)
Authors: Badawi, J. K.; Uecelehan, H.; Hatzinger, M.; Michel, M. S.; Haferkamp, A.; Bross, S.

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Low sodium intake induces an increase in renal monoamine oxidase activity in the rat. Involvement of an angiotensin II dependent mechanism
pp. 161-167(7)
Authors: De Luca Sarobe, V.; Nowicki, S.; Carranza, A.; Levin, G.; Barontini, M.; Arrizurieta, E.; Ibarra, F. R.

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