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Concept Acetylcholine
Academic Article Activation of tracheal smooth muscle responsiveness by fMLP-treated HL-60 cells and neutrophils.
Academic Article Augmented muscarinic responsiveness caused by 5-lipoxygenase products secreted from alveolar macrophages in isolated-perfused rat lung.
Academic Article Hyperoxia-induced airway remodeling in immature rats. Correlation with airway responsiveness.
Academic Article Selective restoration of calcium coupling to muscarinic M(3) receptors in contractile cultured airway myocytes.
Academic Article Latrunculin B increases force fluctuation-induced relengthening of ACh-contracted, isotonically shortened canine tracheal smooth muscle.
Academic Article Epithelium-dependent contraction of airway smooth muscle caused by eosinophil MBP.
Academic Article Force fluctuation-induced relengthening of acetylcholine-contracted airway smooth muscle.
Academic Article Dilatation of the constricted human airway by tidal expansion of lung parenchyma.
Academic Article Immune sensitization augments epithelium-dependent spontaneous tone in guinea pig trachealis.
Academic Article Impaired sensorineural function after allergen-induced mediator release.
Academic Article Persistent airway hyperresponsiveness and histologic alterations after chronic antigen challenge in cats.
Academic Article Recovery of airway structure and function after hyperoxic exposure in immature rats.
Academic Article Ontogeny of dry gas hyperpnea-induced bronchoconstriction in guinea pigs.
Academic Article Endogenous sensory neuropeptide release enhances nonspecific airway responsiveness in guinea pigs.
Academic Article Structural and functional abnormalities of the airways of hyperoxia-exposed immature rats.
Academic Article Hypercapnia increases airway smooth muscle contractility via caspase-7-mediated miR-133a-RhoA signaling.

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