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Effects of Hypoxia and Subsequent CK-2019165 or Nitroprusside.

By David Ho (324313), Li Chen (5749), Xin Zhao (71840), Nicquanna Durham (324318), Malar Pannirselvam (324321), Dorothy E. Vatner (324324), David J. Morgans (324326), Fady I. Malik (324328), Stephen F. Vatner (212999) and You-Tang Shen (324329)


*<p>p<0.05 Pulmonary Hypertension vs. Pre-Hypertension Baseline.</p>**<p>p<0.01 Pulmonary Hypertension vs. Pre-Hypertension Baseline.</p>†<p>p<0.05 Hypertension Baseline vs. Subsequent CK-2019165 or nitroprusside.</p>‡<p>p<0.01 Hypertension Baseline vs. Subsequent CK-2019165 or nitroprusside.</p>#<p>p<0.05 CK-2019165 vs. nitroprusside.</p>##<p>p<0.01 CK-2019165 vs. nitroprusside.</p

Topics: Physiology, Pharmacology, hypoxia, ck-2019165
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0036302.t001
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