Hydrogen sulphide-mediated vasodilatation involves the release of neurotransmitters from sensory nerves in pressurized mesenteric small arteries isolated from rats.

@article{White2013HydrogenSV,
  title={Hydrogen sulphide-mediated vasodilatation involves the release of neurotransmitters from sensory nerves in pressurized mesenteric small arteries isolated from rats.},
  author={Benjamin J O White and Paul A. Smith and William R. Dunn},
  journal={British journal of pharmacology},
  year={2013},
  volume={168 4},
  pages={785-93}
}
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Hydrogen sulphide (H(2)S) is a gas that has recently been shown to have biological activity. In the majority of blood vessels studied so far, H(2)S has been shown to cause vasorelaxation, although contractile responses have been reported. In the present study, we have made a pharmacological assessment of the effects of H(2)S in mesenteric small arteries isolated from rats. EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH Rat mesenteric small arteries were studied using pressure myography. In… CONTINUE READING
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