Serotonin-induced vasoconstriction in human placental chorionic veins: interaction with prostaglandin F2 alpha.


In vitro experiments using isolated rings and perfused segments of human chorionic veins, were designed to determine the effects of serotonin and their interaction with PGF2 alpha on vascular tension and perfusion pressure. These vessels responded vigorously with high sensitivity to the vasoconstrictor effects of serotonin in both experimental designs… (More)


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