Coronary microvascular response to exogenously administered and endogenously released acetylcholine.

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The objectives of the present study were first, to determine the coronary microvascular response to vagal stimulation and to compare it to exogenously administered acetylcholine, and second, to determine the microvascular response to larger doses of acetylcholine which preferentially increase subendocardial blood flow. In anesthetized cats and dogs, the… (More)

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@article{Lamping1992CoronaryMR, title={Coronary microvascular response to exogenously administered and endogenously released acetylcholine.}, author={Kathryn G. Lamping and William M. Chilian and Charles L. Eastham and Mitch Marcus}, journal={Microvascular research}, year={1992}, volume={43 3}, pages={294-307} }