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Concept rho-Associated Kinases
Academic Article 3-Hydroxymethyl coenzyme A reductase inhibition attenuates spontaneous smooth muscle tone via RhoA/ROCK pathway regulated by RhoA prenylation.
Academic Article Role of rho kinase in the functional and dysfunctional tonic smooth muscles.
Academic Article Immunocytochemical evidence for PDBu-induced activation of RhoA/ROCK in human internal anal sphincter smooth muscle cells.
Academic Article RhoA/ROCK pathway is the major molecular determinant of basal tone in intact human internal anal sphincter.
Academic Article Bioengineered human IAS reconstructs with functional and molecular properties similar to intact IAS.
Academic Article Animal model for angiotensin II effects in the internal anal sphincter smooth muscle: mechanism of action.
Academic Article Involvement of rho and rho-associated kinase in sphincteric smooth muscle contraction by angiotensin II.
Academic Article Spontaneously tonic smooth muscle has characteristically higher levels of RhoA/ROK compared with the phasic smooth muscle.
Academic Article Rho kinase as a novel molecular therapeutic target for hypertensive internal anal sphincter.
Academic Article RhoA prenylation inhibitor produces relaxation of tonic smooth muscle of internal anal sphincter.
Academic Article Cellular regulation of basal tone in internal anal sphincter smooth muscle by RhoA/ROCK.
Academic Article H-ras inhibits RhoA/ROCK leading to a decrease in the basal tone in the internal anal sphincter.
Academic Article Selectivity of ROCK inhibitors in the spontaneously tonic smooth muscle.
Academic Article Role of RHO kinase in gastrointestinal motility.
Academic Article RhoA/Rho-kinase: pathophysiologic and therapeutic implications in gastrointestinal smooth muscle tone and relaxation.
Academic Article BDNF rescues aging-associated internal anal sphincter dysfunction.
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