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Nitric Oxide Production in the Ventilatory Muscles in Response to Acute Resistive Loading

Nitric Oxide Production in the Ventilatory Muscles in Response to Acute Resistive Loading,Theodoros Vassilakopoulos,Karuthapillai Govindaraju,Dimitrio

Nitric Oxide Production in the Ventilatory Muscles in Response to Acute Resistive Loading   (Citations: 2)
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    • ...More severe inspiratory resistive loading elicits a significant decline in diaphragmatic NO production, despite a compensatory and time-dependent increase in eNOS, nNOS, and iNOS protein expression (77) (Fig. 3). The reduction in diaphragm NO level in response to acute increases in muscle activation is similar to that observed in the heart in response to acute bouts of exercise (21)...
    • ...Vassilakopoulos et al. (77) recently tested this possibility and reported that short-term inspiratory resistive loading in rats does not alter the degree of diaphragm nNOS phosphorylation at Ser847...
    • ...The involvement of PIN in the regulation of ventilatory muscle NO production during shortterm inspiratory resistive loading was recently evaluated by Vassilakopoulos et al. (77), who observed no significant alterations in diaphragmatic PIN mRNA expression in response to 1‐6 h of severe inspiratory resistive loading...
    • ...Vassilakopoulos et al. (77) recently reported that short-term severe inspiratory resistive loading elicits a significant upregulation of endothelin-1 and endothelin-3 mRNA expression inside the diaphragm and that this response coincides with decreased NO levels in these muscles...
    • ...Values are means SE. *P 0.05 vs. QB. [Adapted from Vassilakopoulos et al. (77).]...
    • ...on January 22, 2010 jap.physiology.org Downloaded from lesser extent, eNOS (77)...
    • ...Interestingly, severe inspiratory loading also elicits significant induction of iNOS expression in the ventilatory muscles, which is clearly evident afte r6ho f loading (77)...
    • ...On the basis of this possibility, one could also explain the association of reduced endogenous NO production inside the ventilatory muscles, during inspiratory resistive loading, with elevated ROS levels inside these muscles (77)...

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