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J Vasc Res (1994) 31 (2): 82–91.
Published Online: 23 September 2008
...) is a reduction of its spontaneous myogenic activity. The trains of action potentials triggering phasic contractions are reduced in duration, while the frequency of trains is often somewhat increased as the resting membrane potential in the intervals between spike trains is less negative by 6.5 mV. Glibenclamide...
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J Vasc Res (2008) 45 (2): 89–102.
Published Online: 12 October 2007
...- L -arginine, or K ATP channels with glibenclamide. Methods: Pial microcirculation of male Wistar rats was visualized by a fluorescent microscopy technique through an open cranial window, using fluorescein isothiocyanate bound to dextran (molecular weight 70 kDa). BCCAO was induced for 30 min...
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J Vasc Res (2005) 42 (1): 55–66.
Published Online: 28 January 2005
...% of baseline with higher concentration), but prevented permeability increase (0.20 ± 0.04 NGL, according to higher concentration) and reduced leukocyte adhesion in V3 venules at R (1.5 ± 1.0/100 µm of venular length, with higher concentration). Blockade of K + (ATP) channels by glibenclamide prior to insulin...
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J Vasc Res (1998) 35 (4): 265–273.
Published Online: 07 August 1998
... and moderate hypoxia (PO 2 35 and 20 mm Hg, respectively) elicited significant relaxation. Pretreatment with the L-type Ca 2+ channel antagonist nifedipine completely inhibited mild hypoxic relaxation and diminished relaxation under moderate hypoxia, whereas glibenclamide, a blocker of adenosine triphosphate...