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H2 Receptor-Mediated Relaxation of Circular Smooth Muscle in Human Gastric Corpus: the Role of Nitric Oxide (NO)

Lee SE, Kim DH, Kim YC, Han JH, Choi W, Kim CH, Jeong HW, Park SM, Yun SJ, Choi SY, Sung R, Kim YH, Yoo RY, Sun PH, Kim H, Song YJ, Xu WX, Yun HY, Lee SJ

This study was designed to examine the effects of histamine on gastric motility and its specific receptor in the circular smooth muscle of the human gastric corpus. Histamine mainly produced...
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Clinical Characteristics of Elderly Patients Aged over 65 Years with Insomnia Symptoms

Lee JS, Yoo RY, Nam HJ, Kwon YN, Sung MJ, Cho HA, Cha HK, Shin WC

  • KMID: 2334720
  • J Korean Sleep Res Soc.
  • 2013 Jun;10(1):25-30.
OBJECTIVES: Sleeping problems and disorders generally increase with aging, and these changes influence elderly functioning and well-being. We studied the clinical characteristics of the elderly patients with insomnia symptoms for...
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High K(+)-Induced Relaxation by Nitric Oxide in Human Gastric Fundus

Kim DH, Kim YC, Choi W, Yun HY, Sung R, Kim HS, Kim H, Yoo RY, Park SM, Yun SJ, Song YJ, Xu WX, Lee SJ

This study was designed to elucidate high K(+)-induced relaxation in the human gastric fundus. Circular smooth muscle from the human gastric fundus greater curvature showed stretch-dependent high K+ (50 mM)-induced...
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Nitric Oxide-mediated Relaxation by High K+ in Human Gastric Longitudinal Smooth Muscle

Kim YC, Choi W, Yun HY, Sung R, Yoo RY, Park SM, Yun SJ, Kim MJ, Song YJ, Xu WX, Lee SJ

This study was designed to elucidate high-K+induced response of circular and longitudinal smooth muscle from human gastric corpus using isometric contraction. Contraction from circular and longitudinal muscle stripes of gastric...
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