Hydrogen sulphide induces vasoconstriction of rat coronary artery via activation of Ca(2+) influx.


AIM Hydrogen sulphide (H2S) exhibits a dual modulation of isolated artery tension. This study investigated the vasoconstrictive effect of sulphur sodium hydride (NaHS), a donor of gaseous H2S, on rat coronary artery. METHODS The contractile response of isolated arteries was recorded using a wire myograph. Fluo-3/AM was used to load vascular smooth muscle… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/apha.12475