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of or relating to or having vessels that conduct and circulate fluids

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Endothelial function in the perinatal period played a fundamental role in the autoregulation of vascular tone and a significant part in the formation of hypoxic brain damage.
Long viewed simply as carriers of oxygen, in the past two decades, red blood cells (RBCs) have received renewed attention for their potential 'erythrocrine' function; that is, the ability to influence their own distribution across the vasculature by participating in signaling pathways that result in the modulation of vascular tone, thus controlling blood flow to tissues with relatively greater or lesser need of oxygenation.
There is a general agreement that nitric oxide (NO) is involved in the regulation of pulmonary vascular tone.
Endothelium-derived vasoactive factors and regulation of vascular tone in human blood vessels.
Endothelium has a central role in the regulation of blood flow through continuous modulation of vascular tone [7].
2]S and NO generated from ZYZ-803 can cooperatively regulate vascular tone.
The neurovascular unit comprises three cells types: endothelial cells, which form the blood vessel (vascular) tube; smooth muscle cells, which cover the endothelial tube and control vascular tone; and autonomic neurons, which influence the smooth muscle's ability to contract and maintain vascular tone.
The function of the vascular endothelial cells are affected when the cells are damaged or activated which lead to the vascular tone and vascular inflammatory changes vulnerable plaque and thrombosis.
Gender differences in the regulation of vascular tone.
Modulation of vascular tone by nitric oxide and endothelin 1 in myometrial resistance arteries from pregnant women at term.
7) Characteristics of ageing vessels include an impaired endothelial control of vascular tone by release of the endogenous dilator nitric oxide (NO).
3] is the key endothelium-derived relaxing factor and plays a pivotal role in the maintenance of vascular tone and reactivity (4).
Nitric oxide (NO) is an inevitably important molecule in control of vascular tone, blood flow, peripheral vascular resistance, and systemic blood pressure.