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Arginase-1 expression in granulomas of tuberculosis patients

Effects of Arginase Inhibition in Hypertensive Hyperthyroid Rats

Arginase inhibition mediates cardioprotection during ischaemia–reperfusion

Inflammatory molecules induce arginase activity in human endothelial cells

Involvement of arginase in regulating myometrial contractions during gestation in the rat

PM-16IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE FACTORS, MDSC AND ARGINASE, ARE ELEVATED IN DOGS WITH MALIGNANT GLIOMA

P183Arginase inhibition protecs from ischemia-reperfusion injury in patients with coronary artery disease

Arginase contributes to endothelial cell oxidative stress in response to plasma from women with preeclampsia

Cardiovascular effects of arginase inhibition in spontaneously hypertensive rats with fully developed hypertension

Prevention of diabetes-induced arginase activation and vascular dysfunction by Rho kinase (ROCK) knockout

Arginase as a potential target in the treatment of cardiovascular disease: reversal of arginine steal?

Arginase I enhances atherosclerotic plaque stabilization by inhibiting inflammation and promoting smooth muscle cell proliferation

d-Arginase of Arthrobacter sp. KUJ 8602: Characterization and Its Identity with Zn2+-Guanidinobutyrase

Expression of Arginase II and Related Enzymes in the Rat Small Intestine and Kidney

Increased Level of Arginase Activity Correlates with Disease Severity in HIV-Seropositive Patients

Inducible Nitric Oxide Synthase and Arginase Expression in Heart Tissue during Acute Trypanosoma cruzi Infection in Mice: Arginase I Is Expressed in Infiltrating CD68+ Macrophages

Arginase Activity Differs with Allergen in the Effector Phase of Ovalbumin- versus Trimellitic Anhydride-Induced Asthma

P419Involvement of arginase and Rho kinase in the cardioprotecive effect of remote ischemic perconditioning in vivo

 

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abbr. (in clinical biochemistry): ARS; recommended name for EC 3.5.3.1; other names: arginine amidinase; systematic name: L‐arginine amidinohydrolase. An enzyme that catalyses the hydrolysis of l‐arginine to l‐ornithine and urea ...

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