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Endothelin increases myofilament Ca2+ sensitivity in alpha-toxin-permeabilized rabbit mesenteric artery.

Nishimura J, Moreland S, Ahn HY, Kawase T, Moreland RS, van Breemen C.

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Tyrosine phosphorylation as a convergent pathway of heterotrimeric G protein- and rho protein-mediated Ca2+ sensitization of smooth muscle of rabbit mesenteric artery.

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Effects of guanosine nucleotides on skinned smooth muscle tissue of the rabbit mesenteric artery.

Fujiwara T, Itoh T, Kubota Y, Kuriyama H.

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Possible mechanisms underlying the midazolam-induced relaxation of the noradrenaline-contraction in rabbit mesenteric resistance artery.

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Predominance of endothelinA (ETA) receptors in ovine airway smooth muscle and their mediation of ET-1-induced contraction.

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Endothelin receptor-mediated Ca2+ mobilization and contraction in bovine oviductal arteries: comparison with noradrenaline and potassium.

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Receptor agonists induce myosin phosphorylation-dependent and phosphorylation-independent contractions in vascular smooth muscle.

Hori M, Sato K, Sakata K, Ozaki H, Takano-Ohmuro H, Tsuchiya T, Sugi H, Kato I, Karaki H.

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