Hristo S. Gagov

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Urocortin, a vasodilatory peptide related to corticotropin-releasing factor, may be an endogenous regulator of blood pressure. In vitro, rat tail arteries are relaxed by urocortin by a cAMP-mediated(More)
The aim of the present study was to determine whether cobalt poisoning induces haem oxidase isoenzyme-1 (HO-1) in coronary artery smooth muscle, or accounts for any changes in coronary smooth muscle(More)
1. Urocortin is an endogenous vasodilator although the mechanism of vasorelaxation is not completely understood. The hypothesis that an alteration of smooth muscle calcium concentration is involved(More)