E. Grzeda1, E. Schlicker2, W. Luczaj3, E. Harasim4, M. Baranowska-kuczko1, B. Malinowska1 Bi-directional Cb1 Receptor-mediated Cardiovascular Effects of Cannabinoids in Anaesthetized Rats: Role of the Paraventricular Nucleus

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Cannabinoids induce complex cardiovascular changes by acting directly or indirectly via various peripheral and/or central receptors: cannabinoid CB1 and CB2, vanilloid TRPV1, O-1918sensitive endothelial or GPR18 cannabinoid receptors as well as thromboxane A2 (TP), N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) and β2adrenergic receptors (1-4). In humans cannabis preparations… (More)

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@inproceedings{Schlicker2015EGE, title={E. Grzeda1, E. Schlicker2, W. Luczaj3, E. Harasim4, M. Baranowska-kuczko1, B. Malinowska1 Bi-directional Cb1 Receptor-mediated Cardiovascular Effects of Cannabinoids in Anaesthetized Rats: Role of the Paraventricular Nucleus}, author={Eberhard Schlicker and Wojciech Luczaj and M. BARANOWSKA - KUCZKO}, year={2015} }