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The Role of Hydrogen Sulphide in Blood Pressure Regulation
Cardiovascular studies have confirmed that hydrogen sulphide (H2S) is involved in various signaling pathways in both physiological and pathological conditions, including hypertension. In contrast to nitric oxide (NO), which has a clear vasorelaxant action, H2S has both vasorelaxing and vasoconstricting effects on the cardiovascular system. H2S is an important antihypertensive agent, and the reduced production of H2S and the alterations in its functions are involved in the initiation offatcat:jlca3jgfqjg75gpsnzag3anuyu