Fanisha L Wynne

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Hypertension increases with aging, and changes in vascular estrogen receptors (ERs) may play a role in age-related hypertension in women. We tested whether age-related increases in blood pressure in female spontaneously hypertensive rats (SHRs) are associated with reduction in amount and/or vascular relaxation effects of estrogen and ER. Arterial pressure(More)
The greater incidence of coronary artery disease in men compared to women has often suggested possible harmful effects of male sex steroids that could promote coronary atherogenesis and vasoconstriction. However, antiatherogenic and coronary vasodilator effects of testosterone have also been suggested. The interaction of testosterone (T) with its specific(More)
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