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Volume 32, Numbers 5-6, May 2005

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PRETREATMENT WITH INTRAVENOUS ASCORBIC ACID PRESERVES ENDOTHELIAL FUNCTION DURING ACUTE HYPERGLYCAEMIA (R1)
pp. 340-345(6)
Authors: Mullan, Brian A; Ennis, Ciaran N; Fee, Howard JP; Young, Ian S; McCance, David R

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EUPHORBIA THYMIFOLIA SUPPRESSES HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS-2 INFECTION BY DIRECTLY INACTIVATING VIRUS INFECTIVITY
pp. 346-349(4)
Authors: Yang, Chien-Min; Cheng, Hua-Yew; Lin, Ta-Chen; Chiang, Lien-Chai; Lin, Chun-Ching

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15-F2t-ISOPROSTANE and 5-F2t-ISOPROSTANE ARE NOT TRIGGERS OF MYOCARDIAL PRECONDITIONING
pp. 350-354(5)
Authors: Arnaud, Claire; Cracowski, Jean-Luc; Hakim, Ahmed; Durand, Thierry; Guy, Alexandre; Godin-Ribuot, Diane; Bessard, Germain; Ribuot, Christophe

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MUTATED G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTOR GPR10 IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE HYPERPHAGIA/DYSLIPIDAEMIA/OBESITY LOCUS OF Dmo1 IN THE OLETF RAT
pp. 355-366(12)
Authors: Watanabe, Takeshi K; Suzuki, Mikio; Yamasaki, Yuki; Okuno, Shiro; Hishigaki, Haretsugu; Ono, Toshihide; Oga, Keiko; Mizoguchi-Miyakita, Ayako; Tsuji, Atsushi; Kanemoto, Naohide; Wakitani, Shigeyuki; Takagi, Toshihisa; Nakamura, Yusuke; Tanigami, Akira

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BRAIN PHARMACOKINETICS OF LIGNOCAINE BEFORE and FOLLOWING INTRAVENOUS PERFLUOROCARBON EMULSION INFUSION IN SHEEP
pp. 367-371(5)
Authors: Doolette, David J; Upton, Richard N; Martinez, Allison M

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HYPERTENSION 2020: CONFRONTING TOMORROW'S PROBLEM TODAY
pp. 374-376(3)
Authors: Reid, Christopher M; Thrift, Amanda G

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THE ‘BODY FLUID PRESSURE CONTROL SYSTEM’ RELIES ON THE RENIN–ANGIOTENSIN–ALDOSTERONE SYSTEM: BALANCE STUDIES IN FREELY MOVING DOGS
pp. 394-399(6)
Authors: Seeliger, Erdmann; Wronski, Thomas; Ladwig, Mechthild; Rebeschke, Till; Persson, Pontus B; Reinhardt, H Wolfgang

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MECHANISMS MEDIATING PRESSURE NATRIURESIS: WHAT WE KNOW and WHAT WE NEED TO FIND OUT
pp. 400-409(10)
Authors: Evans, Roger G; Majid, Dewan SA; Eppel, Gabriela A

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ANGIOTENSIN II–NITRIC OXIDE INTERACTION IN GLOMERULAR ARTERIOLES
pp. 410-414(5)
Authors: Patzak, Andreas; Lai, EnYin; Persson, Pontus B; Persson, A Erik G

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LONG-TERM REGULATION OF ARTERIAL BLOOD PRESSURE BY HYPOTHALAMIC NUCLEI: SOME CRITICAL QUESTIONS
pp. 419-425(7)
Authors: Dampney, Ral; Horiuchi, J; Killinger, S; Sheriff, Mj; Tan, Psp; McDowall, Lm

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TRANSLATION OF SALT RETENTION TO CENTRAL ACTIVATION OF THE SYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM IN HYPERTENSION
pp. 426-432(7)
Authors: Brooks, Virginia L; Haywood, Joseph R; Johnson, Alan Kim

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LONG-TERM RECORDING OF SYMPATHETIC NERVE ACTIVITY: THE NEW FRONTIER IN UNDERSTANDING THE DEVELOPMENT OF HYPERTENSION?
pp. 433-439(7)
Authors: Guild, Sarah-Jane; Barrett, Carolyn J; Malpas, Simon C

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NITRIC OXIDE and SYMPATHETIC NERVE ACTIVITY IN THE CONTROL OF BLOOD PRESSURE
pp. 440-446(7)
Authors: Ramchandra, Rohit; Barrett, Carolyn J; Malpas, Simon C

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CARDIOVASCULAR ALTERATIONS BY CHRONIC INTERMITTENT HYPOXIA: IMPORTANCE OF CAROTID BODY CHEMOREFLEXES
pp. 447-449(3)
Authors: Prabhakar, Nanduri R; Peng, Ying-Jie; Jacono, Frank J; Kumar, Ganesh K; Dick, Thomas E

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A NEGLECTED ‘ACCESSORY’ VASOMOTOR PATHWAY: IMPLICATIONS FOR BLOOD PRESSURE CONTROL
pp. 473-477(5)
Authors: McAllen, Robin M; Allen, Andrew M; Bratton, Bradford O

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DECREASED VASODILATION INDUCED BY A NEW NITRIC OXIDE DONOR IN TWO KIDNEY, ONE CLIP HYPERTENSIVE RATS IS DUE TO IMPAIRED K+ CHANNEL ACTIVATION
pp. 478-481(4)
Authors: Bonaventura, Daniella; Oliveira, Fabiana S; da Silva, Roberto S; Bendhack, Lusiane M

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ROLE OF ENDOTHELIUM-DERIVED HYPERPOLARIZING FACTOR IN ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION DURING DIABETES
pp. 482-487(6)
Authors: Fitzgerald, Sharyn M; Kemp-Harper, Barbara K; Tare, Marianne; Parkington, Helena C

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CARDIOVASCULAR AUTONOMIC REGULATION IN SUBJECTS WITH NORMAL BLOOD PRESSURE, HIGH–NORMAL BLOOD PRESSURE and RECENT-ONSET HYPERTENSION
pp. 488-494(7)
Authors: Prakash, E Sankaranarayanan; Sethuraman, K Raman; Narayan, Sunil K

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A HAPLOTYPE OF THE ANGIOTENSINOGEN GENE IS ASSOCIATED WITH HYPERTENSION IN AFRICAN AMERICANS
pp. 495-502(8)
Authors: Kumar, Ashok; Li, Yanna; Patil, Sai; Jain, Sudhir

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