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Ouabain and hypertension.

317 Ouabain-like factor production in control and ischemic heart

Plasma marinobufagenin-like and ouabain-like immunoreactivity during saline volume expansion in anesthetized dogs

Independent and incremental prognostic value of endogenous ouabain in idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy

Ouabain triggers preconditioning through activation of the Na+,K+-ATPase signaling cascade in rat hearts

Endogenous ouabain and hemodynamic and left ventricular geometric patterns in essential hypertension

A new clinical multivariable model that predicts postoperative acute kidney injury: impact of endogenous ouabain

Increased circulating levels of ouabain-like factor in patients with asymptomatic left ventricular dysfunction

Effects of a Na+/Ca2+ exchanger inhibitor on pulmonary vein electrical activity and ouabain-induced arrhythmogenicity

Gingerol, isoproterenol and ouabain normalize impaired post-rest behavior but not force–frequency relation in failing human myocardium

DOCA-salt hypertension does not require the ouabain-sensitive binding site of the α2 Na,K-ATPase

Lithium and Tamoxifen Modulate Behavior and Protein Kinase C Activity in the Animal Model of Mania Induced by Ouabain

A fourth class of anti-dysrhythmic action? Effect of verapamil and ouabain toxicity, on atrial and ventricular intracellular potentials, and on other features of cardiac function

The mutagenic response at the ouabain resistance locus in T cells of mice exposed to N-ethyl-N-nitrosourea parallels the response at the Hprt locus and correlates with mutation target size.

 

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A toxic glycoside derived from the seeds of certain African plants, such as Strophanthus gratus, that has been used historically as a drug to stimulate contractions of heart muscle in treating heart failure and other conditions. It specifically blocks the action of sodium/potassium ATPase (see sodium pump), a crucial membrane-bound transport protein that maintains differential ion concentrations between a cell's interior and the external environment. For this property, ouabain is used widely in biomedical research, and it is now known to occur naturally in the body at very low concentrations.

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