Parathyroid hypertensive factor inhibits voltage-gated K+ channels in vascular smooth muscle cells.


Parathyroid hypertensive factor (PHF) has been implicated in regulation of vascular smooth muscle tone and pathogenesis of several forms of hypertension. Earlier studies have suggested that PHF enhances the actions of other vasoconstrictors, while it has no in vitro vasoconstrictor property of its own. PHF was previously found to enhance the L-type Ca… (More)


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