Regional differences in anandamide- and methanandamide-induced membrane potential changes in rat mesenteric arteries.

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The possibility that anandamide is an endothelium-derived hyperpolarizing factor was explored in the rat mesenteric vasculature by use of conventional microelectrode techniques. In the main mesenteric artery, anandamide and its more stable analog methanandamide hardly caused a measurable change in membrane potential of the smooth muscle cells, which… (More)

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