Wendy R Burns

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OBJECTIVE The mechanism by which elevated extracellular potassium ion concentration ([K+]o) causes dilation of skeletal muscle arterioles was evaluated. METHODS Arterioles (n = 111) were hand-dissected from hamster cremaster muscles, cannulated with glass micropipettes and pressurized to 80 cm H2O for in vitro study. The vessels were superfused with(More)
Objective: The mechanism by which elevated extracellular potassium ion concentration ([K+]o) causes dilation of skeletal muscle arterioles was evaluated. Methods: Arterioles (n = 111) were hand-dissected from hamster cremaster muscles, cannulated with glass micropipettes and pressurized to 80 cm H2O for in vitro study. The vessels were superfused with(More)
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