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Contractile and Vasorelaxant Effects of Hydrogen Sulfide and Its Biosynthesis in the Human Internal Mammary Artery
The present results indicate that CSE protein is expressed in human arteries, that human arteries synthesize H2S, and that higher concentrations of H1N1 relax human artery, in part by opening KATP channels.
Hydrogen sulfide in the mammalian cardiovascular system.
- Yi-hong Liu, Ming Lu, Li-Fang Hu, P. Wong, G. D. Webb, J. Bian
- BiologyAntioxidants & redox signaling
- 7 May 2012
This comprehensive review covers in detail the effects of H(2)S on the cardiovascular system, especially in disease situations, and also the various underlying mechanisms.
Biochemical and pharmacological aspects of the synapses of the squid stellate ganglion
THE EFFECTS OF SURFACTANTS ON THE POTENTIAL, SHORT-CIRCUIT CURRENT, AND ION FLUXES ACROSS THE ISOLATED FROG SKIN.
- G. D. Webb
- BiologyActa physiologica Scandinavica
- 1 March 1965
The electrical data were in agreement with the flux data in demonstrating that lower concentrations of ionic surfactants generally inhibit the active Na transport process but have little effect on passive ion permeability.
Sodium-potassium pump activity contributes to the age-related decline in resting metabolic rate.
- E. Poehlman, M. Toth, G. D. Webb
- Biology, MedicineThe Journal of clinical endocrinology and…
- 1 April 1993
The results support the conclusions that: 1) the in vivo activity of the Na-K pump is related to RMR, and 2) the age-related reduction in Na- K pump activity is a partial contributor to the decline in RMR in older men.
Expression of neuronal nitric oxide synthase in the internal thoracic artery and saphenous vein.
Sulfur and selenium isologs related to acetycholine. and choline IV. Activity in the electroplax preparation.
Sulfur and selenium compounds related to acetylcholine and choline. VI. Effects of homocholine derivatives on the electroplax preparation.
Affinity of benzoquinonium and ambenonium derivatives for the acetylcholine receptor, tested on the electroplax, and for acetylcholinesterase in solution.
- G. D. Webb
- Chemistry, BiologyBiochimica et biophysica acta
- 25 May 1965
Apparent dissociation constants for several inhibitors of acetylcholinesterase in the intact electroplax of the electric eel.