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Landon [married name Maclean], Letitia Elizabeth [pseud. L. E. L.] (1802-1838), poet and writer


LINCS: L-NAME (a NO synthase inhibitor) In the treatment of refractory Cardiogenic Shock A prospective randomized study

Review: Sade in His Own Name: An Analysis of ‘Les Crimes de l'amour’

Heme Oxygenase Improves Renal Function by Potentiating Podocyte-Associated Proteins in N ω-Nitro-l-Arginine-Methyl Ester (l-NAME)-Induced Hypertension

Discoordinate re-expression of cardiac fetal genes in N ω-nitro-l-arginine methyl ester (l-NAME) hypertension

l-Arginine and l-NAME have no effects on the reendothelialization process after arterial balloon injury

SMITH, Dodie (1896 - 1990), (wrote under the name of C. L. Anthony up to 1935); Dramatist and Novelist

Isolation, purification and partial amino acid sequence of a highly hydrophobic new microcin named microcin L produced by Escherichia coli

Erratum to “Isolation, purification and partial amino acid sequence of a highly hydrophobic new named microcin L produced by Escherichia coli ”

Dutton, Emily Courtier- [known as Mrs Charles L. Carson; performing name Kittie Claremont] (1862?-1919), theatrical philanthropist

Blood pressure and the susceptibility to renal damage after unilateral nephrectomy and L‐NAME‐induced hypertension in rats

L-NAME-induced hypertension: Novel adaptation to systolic load in the absence of hypertrophy due to enhanced contractility and LV concentric remodeling

The mixed endothelin receptor antagonist SB209670 blocks the increased pulmonary pressor response to ET-1 following L-NAME in rabbits with pulmonary hypertension

Big-ET in the presence of L-NAME is a more potent vasoconstrictor in the pulmonary circulation of rabbits with PHT

460 Does L-NAME treatment abolish the effect of baseline characteristics on the outcome of cardiogenic shock? Results from the LINCS study

Damage-associated molecular pattern activated Toll-like receptor 4 signalling modulates blood pressure in l-NAME-induced hypertension

Unholy War: Terror in the Name of Islam. By John L. Esposito. New York: Oxford University Press, 2002. 208 pp. $25.00


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abbr. for N‐ω‐nitro‐l‐arginine methylester; an analogue of l‐arginine that is a competitive inhibitor of this amino acid on NO synthase.

Subjects: Chemistry.

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