Influence of pressure alterations on tone and vasomotion of isolated mesenteric small arteries of the rat.

@article{vanBavel1991InfluenceOP,
  title={Influence of pressure alterations on tone and vasomotion of isolated mesenteric small arteries of the rat.},
  author={Ed vanBavel and Maurice J M M Giezeman and T Mooij and Jos A. E. Spaan},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1991},
  volume={436},
  pages={371-83}
}
1. Myogenic responses may account for control of organ blood flow. The study of these responses without interference from the organ requires an isolation technique for vessels which contribute significantly to flow resistance. This study reports on experiments on isolated small mesenteric arteries. 2. Distal rat mesenteric arcade arteries and first-order branches (diameter range 145-365 microns, mean 293 microns) were manually dissected and cannulated using a double-barrelled micro-cannula… CONTINUE READING

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