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Effects of oestrogen on haemodynamic and vascular reactivity - A study in animal models and humans
Effects of Oestrogen on Haemodynamic and Vascular Reactivity A study in animal models and humans Lisa Brandin Institute of Medicine, Department of Emergency and Cardiovascular Medicine, Sahlgrenska University Hospital/Östra, ...
Effects of Biomechanical Stress on Gene Regulation in Vascular Cells
The vascular vessel wall is constantly exposed to biomechanical forces, such as shear and tensile stress. Biomechanical forces are important for several physiological and pathological processes and have been shown to ...
Impairment of Endothelial Thromboprotective Function by Haemodynamic and Inflammatory Stress - Implications for hypertensive disease
The physiologically most important activator of intravascular fibrinolysis is tissue-type plasminogen activator (t-PA). The endothelium synthesizes and stores t-PA and regulated release of the enzyme is an important local ...