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Endothelial cells in culture produce a vasoconstrictor substance. J. Cell. Physiol. 132: 263-270, 1987. 13. PANG, D. , N. SPERELAKIS, and R. F. HIGHSMITH. Effects of endothelium-derived constricting factor and calcium antagonists on calcium uptake into aortic vascular smooth muscle cells. Drug Dev. Res. 18: 153-164, 1989. 14. RAPOPORT, R. , K. A. STAUDERMAN, and R. F. HIGHSMITH. Effects ofEDCF and endothelin on phosphatidylinositol hydrolysis and contraction in rat aorta. Am. J. Physiol. 258 (Cell Physiol.
Thesis dealing with the effects of changes in pH and Po 2 on plasminogen activator synthesis by cultured ECs. In the fall of 1982, as a part of our weekly literature review sessions, we discussed the pioneering finding by Furchgott and Zawadzki4 concerning the obligatory role of the endothelium in modulating the relaxation of arterial smooth muscle by acetylcholine. We were particularly intrigued by the uncertainty surrounding the chemical nature of the diffusible second messenger (endothelium-derived relaxing factor [EDRF]), which was proposed to mediate the 17 18 ENDOTHELIN relaxation response.
5. GILLESPIE, M. , J. 0. OWASOYO, I. F. McMURTRY, and R. F. O'BRIEN. Sustained coronary vasoconstriction provoked by a peptidergic substance released from endothelial cells in culture. J. Pharmacal. Exp. Ther. 236: 339-343, 1986. 6. HICKEY, K. , G. RUBANYI, R. J. PAUL, and R. F. HIGHSMITH. Characterization of a coronary vasoconstrictor produced by cultured endothelial cells. Am. J. Physiol. 248 (Cell Physiol. 17): C550-C556, 1985. 7. HIGHSMITH, R. , D. C. PANG, and R. M. RAPOPORT. Endothelial cell-derived vasoconstrictors: mechanisms of action in vascular smooth muscle.