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Haya H Al Muhannadi
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A review of endothelial dysfunction in diabetes: a focus on the contribution of a dysfunctional eNOS

Author(s): Triggle, CR (Triggle, Chris R.); Ding, H (Ding, Hong)

Although the etiology of vascular dysfunction in diabetes has been extensively investigated in both humans as well as animal models of human diabetes, the relative importance of the cellular pathways involved is still not fully understood. In this review, we focus on reviewing the literature that provides insights into how an acute exposure to hyperglycemia results in a dysregulation of endothelial nitric oxide synthase function, the subsequent downstream effects of endothelial nitric oxide synthase dysregulation, and the development of endothelial dysfunction. J Am Soc Hypertens 2010;4(3):102-115. (C) 2010 American Society of Hypertension. All rights reserved.

Author(s):  Triggle, CR (Triggle, Chris R.); Ding, H (Ding, Hong)
Addresses:  : [Triggle, Chris R.; Ding, Hong] Weill Cornell Med Coll Qatar, Dept Med Educ, Education City, Doha, Qatar
Source:  JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF HYPERTENSION, 4 (3): 102-115 MAY-JUN 2010
DOI: 10.1016/j.jash.2010.02.004
Publisher:  ELSEVIER SCIENCE INC
Funding Agency:  Supported by a research grant from the Qatar Foundation National Priorities Research Program #08 165-3-054.
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