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(Autonomic dysfunction)
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  • The Status of Nitric Oxide and its Backup, Heme Oxygenase 1, in Thromboangiitis Obliterans. [Journal Article]
  • RBRep Biochem Mol Biol 2018; 6(2):197-202
  • Aliee A, Zahedi Avval F, … Fazeli B
  • CONCLUSIONS: Nitric oxide may play a pivotal role in TAO development and its outcome. However, the intact HMOX1 pathway may demonstrate the unique role of NO, which cannot be compensated for by HMOX1 and whose absence may make patients susceptible to developing TAO. In addition, another pathway besides NO, with influence on vascular tone and hemostasis, might be involved in TAO development, such as the autonomic nervous system. Further studies are suggested regarding these issues.
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