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Differential regulation of NPR-B/GC-B by protein kinase C and calcium

Author:
Sarah E Abbey-Hosch   Dmitri Smirnov   Lincoln R Potter  


Issue Date:
2005


Abstract(summary):

This meeting, which focuses on cGMP generators, effectors and therapeutic implications, and contains 66 poster abstracts and 38 oral abstracts written in English. Topics discussed include ATP-independent activation of natriuretic peptide receptors; myocyte-specific overexpression of NOS3 prevents endotoxin-induced myocardial dysfunction in mice; regulation of spontaneous activity in rabbit corpus cavernosum myocytes by nitric oxide; changes in expression of cGMP selective phosphordiesterses 2,5 and 9 in the rat brain during aging; effects of nitric oxide on sGC redox states; antifibrotic effects of an sGC activator in rat models of liver fibrosis; phosphodiestrase 5 and effects of sildenafil on cerebral arteries from man and guinea pig; inactivation of cGKI in the CNS causes adaptation defects in the circadian clock in mice; reduction of soluble guanylyl cyclase expression in asthma; gender-specific hypertension in mice deficient in the alpha1 subunit of soluble guanylate cyclase; role of soluble guanylate cyclase in progressive renal fibrosis; role of PDE5a in cardiac stress response; and molecular steps in soluble guanylate cyclase activation.


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