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Renal effects of human urotensin-II in rats with experimental congestive heart failure

474 Urotensin II-induced increase in myocardial distensibility is modulated by angiotensin and endothelin systems

P77The effect of urotensin II on calcium regulation during excitation-contraction coupling

Urotensin-II promotes vascular smooth muscle cell proliferation through store-operated calcium entry and EGFR transactivation

Effects of pre-eclampsia on maternal plasma, cerebrospinal fluid, and umbilical cord urotensin II concentrations: a pilot study†

876 Human urotensin II activates the sarcolemmal Na+/H+ exchanger: roles of protein kinase C and mitogen-activated protein kinase(s)

FP329UROTENSIN II INDUCES MICE SKELETAL AUTOPHAGY VIA ENHANCING SKELETAL MUSCLE CELL AUTOPHAGY AND AFFECTING IRISIN PRECUSOR(FNDC5) EXPRESSION

469 Urotensin II and Urocortin promote adult rat cardiomyocytes hypertrophy together with phosphorylation of the Protein Kinase B- Glycogen Synthase Kinase 3b pathway and stabilization of b-catenin

 

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(UII)

A neuropeptide (11 aa) with potent cardiovascular effects, the endogenous ligand for the orphan G-protein-coupled receptor, GPR14, that is functionally coupled to calcium mobilization. Its sequence is strongly conserved among different species and has structural similarity to somatostatin. Urotensin I in other species is homologous to urocortin.

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