Stimulated leukocyte adhesion in coronary microcirculation is reduced by a calcium antagonist.

@article{McDonagh1993StimulatedLA,
  title={Stimulated leukocyte adhesion in coronary microcirculation is reduced by a calcium antagonist.},
  author={Paul F. McDonagh and Michael J Rauzzino},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1993},
  volume={265 2 Pt 2},
  pages={H476-83}
}
The first step in the acute myocardial inflammatory response is leukocyte sequestration in the coronary microcirculation. To determine the location(s) of stimulated leukocyte deposition in the coronary microcirculation and the effects of the calcium antagonist, nisoldipine, on leukocyte adhesion, leukocytes were stimulated with the chemotactic peptide, N… CONTINUE READING