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Table 2. Effects of Isoflurane on Angiotensin II–induced Ca2+Mobilization in Wistar-Kyoto Rats

Effect of isoflurane (0.5–3%) on angiotensin II (1 μ m)–induced intracellular Ca2+mobilization in the presence (Na+-HEPES medium) and nominal absence of external Ca2+(Ca2+-free medium) and on Ca2+influx induced either by angiotensin II or thapsigarghin in vascular smooth muscle cells from Wistar-Kyoto rats. Results are expressed as percent of control values obtained in nontreated cells.

*P < 0.05,

P < 0.001, and

P < 0.0001 for isoflurane-treated cells versus  nontreated cells.

n = number of cells/number of coverslips analyzed; NM = not measured.

Table 2. Effects of Isoflurane on Angiotensin II–induced Ca2+Mobilization in Wistar-Kyoto Rats
Table 2. Effects of Isoflurane on Angiotensin II–induced Ca2+Mobilization in Wistar-Kyoto Rats
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