The possible implication of trans-Resveratrol in the cardioprotective effects of long-term moderate wine consumption.

Abstract

trans-Resveratrol (t-RESV; 1-10 microM), a phenolic component of wines, had no effect on phenylephrine-(PE; 1 microM) and high KCl-(60 mM) induced contractions in endothelium-denuded rat aortic rings. However, it relaxed the contractile response produced by these vasoconstrictor agents in intact rat aorta. The vasorelaxing effects of t-RESV were completely… (More)

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@article{Orallo2002ThePI, title={The possible implication of trans-Resveratrol in the cardioprotective effects of long-term moderate wine consumption.}, author={Francisco Orallo and Ezequiel {\'A}lvarez and Mercedes Cami{\~n}a and Jos{\'e} Manuel Leiro and Eva Mar{\'i}a Dom{\'i}nguez G{\'o}mez and Pilar Fern{\'a}ndez}, journal={Molecular pharmacology}, year={2002}, volume={61 2}, pages={294-302} }