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mdx Muscle Pathology is Independent of nNOS Perturbation

Transgenic mice expressing mutant caveolin-3 show severe myopathy associated with increased nNOS activity

Are myocardial eNOS and nNOS involved in the β-adrenergic and muscarinic regulation of inotropy? A systematic investigation

Cytokine blockade attenuates sympathoexcitation in heart failure: Cross-talk between nNOS, AT-1R and cytokines in the hypothalamic paraventricular nucleus

Loss of nNOS inhibits compensatory muscle hypertrophy and exacerbates inflammation and eccentric contraction-induced damage in mdx mice

Decreased nNOS in the PVN leads to increased sympathoexcitation in chronic heart failure: role for CAPON and Ang II

Inhibition of neuronal nitric oxide synthase reduces isoflurane MAC and motor activity even in nNOS knockout mice

Partial restoration of cardiac function with ΔPDZ nNOS in aged mdx model of Duchenne cardiomyopathy

Association between Parkinson's disease and polymorphisms in the nNOS and iNOS genes in a community-based case–control study

Increased counteracting effect of eNOS and nNOS on an α1-adrenergic rise in total peripheral vascular resistance in spontaneous hypertensive rats

P106Loss of myocardial nNOS in human atrial fibrillation (AF) shortens action potential duration (APD) by increasing Ito: Implications for AF-induced electrical remodelling

Localization of the two constitutively expressed nitric oxide synthase isoforms (nNOS and eNOS) in the same cell types in the saccule maculae of the frog Rana pipiens by immunoelectron microscopy: evidence for a back‐up system?

 

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