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Electrical activation of myelinated (A type) and nonmyelinated (C type) baroreceptor axons (BR) in aortic depressor nerve (ADN) evoked baroreflex changes in mean arterial pressure (MAP) in chloralose-urethan-anesthetized rats. Low stimulation intensities (<3 V) activated only A-type BR electroneurograms (ENG). A-type selective stimulus trains required(More)
Unmyelinated (C) and myelinated (A) baroreceptor (BR) axons are present in rat aortic depressor nerve (ADN). With graded ADN electrical activation and anodal conduction blockade, reflex responses in anesthetized rats were assessed as changes in mean arterial pressure (MAP) and heart rate (HR). We tested the hypothesis that C-type BR inputs are effective at(More)
BACKGROUND Bivalirudin was widely used as an anticoagulant during coronary interventional procedure in western countries. However, it was not available in China before this clinical trial was designed. This randomized, single-blind and multicenter clinical trial aimed to evaluate the efficacy and the safety of domestic bivalirudin during percutaneous(More)
Dynamic cardiovascular regulation depends on baroreflexes and the processing of sensory information. We evaluated the influence of choice of anesthetic on the frequency-response characteristics of the baroreflex of rats by electrical stimulation of two major baroreceptor-containing nerves, the carotid sinus (CSN) and aortic depressor nerves (ADN). The ADN(More)
OBJECTIVE To study the effects of ephrinB2 gene transfection on the differentiation of bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells (BMSCs) into vascular endothelial cells. METHODS Wistar rat BMSCs were isolated by density gradient centrifugation and purified on the basis of their adhesion ability. The BMSCs were transfected with a lenti-virus vector encoding a(More)
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