AT-1

AcronymDefinition
AT-1Angiotensin II Type 1
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The incidence of hypotension in the first 20 min following spinal anesthesia in patients who receive AT-1 antagonists on the day of surgery was relatively higher than normotensives, but the hypotensive episodes could be effectively managed without any serious hazards to the patient.
AT-1 cells (1.0 x [10.sup.6]) were then injected in another group of rats.
These cytokines, along with AT-1, which triggers the activity of NOX through I[kappa]B inhibition, are also involved in inflammatory ROS production, further exacerbating phlogosis [60, 62].
Along an elevation gradient through the three zones (F, FT, and AT), we laid out eight transects perpendicular to that gradient (F-l = 50 m, F-2 = 100 m, FT-1 = 100 m, FT-2 = 50 m, FT-3 = 50 m, FT-4 = 100 m, AT-1 = 100 m, AT-2 = 50 m).
Reinecke, "Impact of renin-angiotensin-aldosterone blockade by angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors or AT-1 blockers on frequency of contrast medium-induced nephropathy: a posthoc analysis from the Dialysis-versus-Diuresis (DVD) trial," Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation, vol.
The steady-state pH distributions at-1.9 V and-1.34 V are shown in Figure 5.
The cardiac muscle cell line HL-1, established from an AT-1 mouse atrial cardiomyocytes tumor lineage (kindly provided by Dr.
All occasional smoker breath samples were <LOQ at admission and at-1 and 2-21 h postsmoking.
per 40 Kg) crop in year t CUt is total cultivated area in year t CRt is cropped area in year t CIt is cropping intensity in year t IRt is irrigated area in year t and At-1 is the lagged area i.e.
Angiotensin II is a potent inducer of tenascin-C, with drugs such as angiotensin II type 1 receptor (AT-1) antagonists, and angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors potentially block vascular tenascin-C expression in hypertensive patients [20].
Two wells have been drilled to date, AT-1 and AT-2.