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Apelin

Receptor (Apelin)

2005  
1
On the cardiovascular activity of apelin.
[15621027] Cardiovasc Res 65(1): 8-9 (2005)
2008  
2
Apelin-APJ signaling in retinal angiogenesis.
[18799795] Arterioscler Thromb Vasc Biol 28(10): 1687-8 (2008)
2007  
3
Apelin and vascular dysfunction in type 2 diabetes.
[17439813] Cardiovasc Res 74(3): 339-40 (2007)
2005  
4
Apelin: a novel neurohumoral modulator of the cardiovascular system. Pathophysiologic importance and potential use as a therapeutic target.
[16398242] Rev Port Cardiol 24(10): 1263-76 (2005)
2008  
5
The apelinergic system: the role played in human physiology and pathology and potential therapeutic applications.
[18516406] Arq Bras Cardiol 90(5): 343-9 (2008)
2010  
6
International Union of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology. LXXIV. Apelin receptor nomenclature, distribution, pharmacology, and function.
[20605969] Pharmacol Rev 62(3): 331-42 (2010)
PMC   
7
Apelin-APJ signaling: a potential therapeutic target for pulmonary arterial hypertension.
[24608803] Mol Cells 37(3):196-201 (2014)
PMC   
8
Apelin increases cardiac contractility via protein kinase Cepsilon- and extracellular signal-regulated kinase-dependent mechanisms.
[24695532] PLoS One 9(4):e93473 (2014)

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