Aldosterone Nongenomically Produces NADPH Oxidase–Dependent Reactive Oxygen Species And Induces Myocyte Apoptosis

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Non-genomic Effects of Aldosterone - Nottingham

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Aldosterone Nongenomically Produces NADPH Oxidase Dependent

aldosterone (10 7 mol/L) increased the myocyte apoptosis (2.3 fold, p<0.001), coincident with the activation of caspase-3 (1.4 fold, p <0.05), compared with the serum-deprived control after 48 h

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activation of gp91phox-containing NADPH oxidase, genera-tion of reactive oxygen species, activation of MMPs (MMP2 and MMP9), and increased collagen deposition, without overt inflammation. Interestingly these phenomena may not depend on increased cardiac aldosterone production, because trans-genic mice that overexpress the terminal enzyme of

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