Conditioning effect of blood flow on resistance artery smooth muscle myosin phosphatase.

Abstract

Myosin phosphatase is the primary effector of smooth muscle relaxation and a target of signaling pathways that regulate vascular tone. The mesenteric small resistance artery and large vessel smooth muscle express distinct isoforms of the myosin phosphatase targeting subunit (MYPT1), and the isoforms in the small resistance artery switch in a disease model… (More)

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