E J Sidney

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Dithionite is a powerful reducing agent used to deoxygenate hemoglobin and create anaerobic conditions in vitro. Recently, dithionite has been used as a convenient means of creating "hypoxia" in experiments studying the O2 sensor in the pulmonary circulation and carotid body. We evaluated the hypothesis that hypoxia created by hypoxic ventilation and that(More)
Angiopeptin is an analog of somatostatin-14, which has been found to inhibit cellular proliferation in several models of systemic vascular injury. As proliferation plays a major role in pulmonary hypertension, we examined the hypothesis that angiopeptin would inhibit the development of chronic hypoxic pulmonary hypertension in the rat. Angiopeptin was(More)
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