Mónica G Arellano Mendoza

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AIM Reduction in nitric oxide (NO) levels during kidney failure has been related to the reaction of NO with superoxide anions to yield peroxynitrite which possesses the biological activity responsible for renal damage. However, stimulation of the NO pathway ameliorates the progression of kidney failure. Thus, it is unclear whether NO prevents or acts as the(More)
Peripheral arterial occlusive disease (PAD) describes vascular disorders associated with ischemia and PAD affects about 8 million people in the United States. Moreover, PAD's prevalence can increase dramatically if cardiovascular disease is present. In healthy individuals reducing blood flow through the lower extremity is followed by a physiological process(More)
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