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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : L-NNA / L-arginine

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Long Form:   L-arginine
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2016 Short-term increases in pressure and shear stress attenuate age-related declines in endothelial function in skeletal muscle feed arteries. ACh, NO, SFA, SNP, SS
2002 Carbon monoxide regulates blood pressure cooperatively with nitric oxide in hypertensive rats. CO, HO, NO, SBP, SHR, WKY
2002 Does nitric oxide act as a cellular messenger in muscarinic endometrial secretion in the guinea-pig? L-NAME, NADPH-d, NO, NOS
2001 Endothelium-dependent relaxation by cilostazol, a phosphodiesteras III inhibitor, on rat thoracic aorta. NO
1999 Ciliostimulatory effects mediated by nitric oxide. CBF, NO, NOS
1999 Flow modulates the transport of K+ through the walls of single perfused mesenteric venules in anaesthetised rats. IQR, L-NMMA, NO
1998 Inhibitory effect of glucagon-like peptide-1 on small bowel motility. Fasting but not fed motility inhibited via nitric oxide independently of insulin and somatostatin. GLP-1, MMC, NO
1998 The endothelium modulates the contribution of chloride currents to norepinephrine-induced vascular contraction. NE
1997 Is glandular formation of nitric oxide a prerequisite for muscarinic secretion of fructose in the guinea-pig seminal vesicle? cGMP, GTN, L-NAME, NADPH, NO, NOS
10  1997 Vaso-reactivity of isolated bovine intra-mammary artery to endogenous prostanoids and nitric oxide. BK, ET-1, SP
11  1996 Nitric oxide synthase inhibitors enhance plasma levels of corticosterone and ACTH. L-NAME
12  1996 Role of nitric oxide synthase isozymes in endotoxin-induced uveitis. AH, cNOS, iNOS, L-NIO, NOS
13  1995 [Evaluation of gastric adaptive relaxation in isolated stomach from the guinea-pig]. GAR, NANC, NO