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Pharmacological & Physiological Characterisation of the Rat Mammary Artery at Different Stages of Reproduction: Final Report to the Scottish Government Rural and Environment Research and Analysis Directorate (RERAD).

By Iain F Gow

Abstract

The overarching-aim of the project was to assess the responsiveness of the rat mammary artery during different stages of the reproductive cycle. This has implications for not only normal physiology, but also heart disease, since women who undergo coronary artery bypass surgery using mammary arteries as the conduit and who have breastfed their offspring have a significantly better prognosis that those who have never breastfed

Publisher: Scottish Government
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:eresearch.qmu.ac.uk:811

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  3. Title of project Decision Made (Y/N) Award Made (Y/N) Start Date End Date Amount Sought/Awarded (£) Scottish Executive Env and Rural Affairs Pharmacological &

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