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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’


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

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

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

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 ”

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

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

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

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


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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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