Increased stiffness and cell-matrix interactions of abdominal aorta in two experimental nonhypertensive models: long-term chemically sympathectomized and sinoaortic denervated rats.

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RATIONALE Sinoaortic denervated (SAD) and chemically sympathectomized (SNX) rats are characterized by a decrease in arterial distensibility without hypertension and would, thus, be relevant for analyzing arterial wall stiffening independently of blood pressure level. The fibronectin network, which plays a pivotal role in cell-matrix interactions, is a major… (More)
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@article{Bouissou2014IncreasedSA, title={Increased stiffness and cell-matrix interactions of abdominal aorta in two experimental nonhypertensive models: long-term chemically sympathectomized and sinoaortic denervated rats.}, author={Camille C. Bouissou and Patrick J. Lacolley and Hubert B Dabir{\'e} and Michel E. Safar and Giorgio Gabella and V{\'e}ronique Duchatelle and Pascal Challande and Yvonnick B{\'e}zie}, journal={Journal of hypertension}, year={2014}, volume={32 3}, pages={652-8} }