Hyperosmolarity increases K+-induced vasodilations in rat skeletal muscle arterioles.

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PURPOSE Exercise hyperemia is mediated by a multitude of vasoactive metabolites released from the active skeletal muscle. Because several vasoactive factors might interact during the hyperemia response, we investigated the influence of hyperosmolarity (HO) on K(+)-induced relaxations. METHODS Small gluteal rat arteries (diameter: 245 +/- 6 microm) were… (More)

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