Affiliation: Lund University
- Inhibition of Rho kinase decreases hydraulic and protein microvascular permeability in cat skeletal muscleC Lundblad
Department of Physiological Sciences, University of Lund, Sweden
Microvasc Res 66:126-33. 2003..We conclude that hydraulic and protein microvascular permeability increase by Rho kinase activation, and that Rho kinase is involved in regulation of microvascular permeability...
- A mouse model for evaluation of capillary perfusion, microvascular permeability, cortical blood flow, and cortical edema in the traumatized brainC Lundblad
Department of Physiological Sciences, University of Lund and Lund University Hospital, Lund, Sweden
J Neurotrauma 21:741-53. 2004..The CCI in mouse is likely to be a useful tool to elucidate mechanisms involved in hemodynamic alterations following brain trauma...
- The permeability-reducing effects of prostacyclin and inhibition of Rho kinase do not counteract endotoxin-induced increase in permeability in cat skeletal muscleCornelia Lundblad
Department of Physiology, University of Lund, Sweden
Microvasc Res 68:286-94. 2004..We conclude that cAMP stimulation and Rho kinase inhibition reduce permeability by other pathways and mechanisms than those by which permeability is increased during endotoxemia...
- Effects of L-arginine on cerebral blood flow, microvascular permeability, number of perfused capillaries, and brain water content in the traumatized mouse brainC Lundblad
Department of Anesthesia and Intensive Care, University of Lund and Lund University Hospital, SE 224 81 Lund, Sweden
Microvasc Res 74:1-8. 2007..We conclude that L-arginine reduces brain edema formation and improves cortical blood flow in the early phase after a brain trauma, whereas no circulatory effects can be seen after prolonged treatment...
- Increased cortical cell loss and prolonged hemodynamic depression after traumatic brain injury in mice lacking the IP receptor for prostacyclinCornelia Lundblad
Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care, University of Lund and Lund University Hospital, Lund, Sweden
J Cereb Blood Flow Metab 28:367-76. 2008..We conclude that the prostacyclin IP receptor is beneficial for neuron survival after brain trauma in mice, an effect that may be mediated by improved cortical perfusion...