Effect of P2 Receptor Blockade with Pyridoxine on Sympathetic Response to Exercise Pressor Reflex in Humans

Animal studies suggest that ATP plays a role in evoking the muscle reflex via stimulating purinergic P2 receptors on sensory neurons. However, there are no human data regarding the role ATP and P2 receptors may play in evoking the exercise pressor reflex. We hypothesized that P2 receptor blockade in humans would attenuate the exercise pressor response.

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Work Title Effect of P2 Receptor Blockade with Pyridoxine on Sympathetic Response to Exercise Pressor Reflex in Humans
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  1. Jian Cui
  2. Urs Leuenberger
  3. Cheryl Blaha
  4. NC King
  5. Lawrence I Sinoway
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  1. Penn State Hershey Nursing
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Work Type Article
Publication Date 2011
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  1. P2 Receptor Blockade
Deposited February 12, 2014

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