Differences in acute hypoxic pulmonary vasoresponsiveness between rat strains: role of endothelium.

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Intact Madison (M) rats have greater pulmonary pressor responses to acute hypoxia than Hilltop (H) rats. We tested the hypothesis that the difference in pressor response is intrinsic to pulmonary arteries and that endothelium contributes to the difference. Pulmonary arteries precontracted with phenylephrine (10(-7) M) from M rats had greater constrictor… (More)

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