#59 The effect of resting tension, pH and temperature on urothelium-derived inhibitory factor attenuation of detrusor contractility.
Cross R L1, Chapple C R2, Chess-Williams R3 1. The University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK., 2. The Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield, UK., 3. Bond University, Queensland, Australia.
#60 The effect of beta-adrenoceptor agonists on detrusor contraction in the presence and absence of urothelium
Murakami S1, Chapple C R2, Akino H1, Chess-Williams R3 1. Department of Biomedical Science, University of Sheffield, 2. Department of Urology, Royal Hallamshire Hospital, 3. Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine, Bond University
#61 Which muscarinic receptor subtype mediates contraction of the human urinary bladder?
Ruggieri, Sr. M R1, Lebed B1, Linder M1, Braverman A S1 1. Temple University School of Medicine
#62 Organ and Species Differences in Muscarinic Receptor Mediated Smooth Muscle Contractile Signal Transduction.
Braverman A S1, Wess J2, Ruggieri, Sr. M R1 1. Temple University School of Medicine, 2. NIH-NIDDK
#63 Effects of besipirdine and its main metabolite on the contractility of the rabbit isolated urethra
Palea S1, Rekik M1, Ferte J2, Bienayme H2, Lluel P1 1. Urosphere, 2. UroGene
#64 Effects of besipirdine on acetic acid-induced bladder irritation in rabbits. Comparison with duloxetine
Haab F1, Vela- Navarrete R2, Perez-Martinez F2, Castilla-Reparaz C2, Ferté J3, Bienaymé H3, Attali P3 1. Hopital Tenon, 2. Fundacion Jimenez Diaz, 3. UroGene
#65 Edaravone protects against ischemia / reperfusion-induced morphological and functional changes in rat urinary bladder
Matsumoto S1, Hanai T1, Yoshioka N1, Shimizu N1, Uemura H1 1. Department of Urology, Kinki University School of Medicine
#66 The lipid peroxidation product 4-hydroxynonenal contributes to bladder smooth muscle damage.
de Jongh R1, van Koeveringe G1, Haenen G2, van Kerrebroeck P1 1. University Hospital Maastricht, 2. University Maastricht
#67 ENHANCED INHIBITORY EFFECTS OF BETA-ADRENOCEPTOR AGONIST ON CHOLINERGIC MICTURITION CONTRACTIONS IN MUSCARINIC M2 RECEPTOR KNOCKOUT MICE
Furuno T1, Kakizaki H2, Tanaka H1, Mitsui T1, Kitta T1, Matsui M3, Nonomura K1 1. Department of Urology, Hokkaido University Graduate School of Medicine, 2. Department of Urology, Asahikawa Medical College, 3. Division of Neuronal Network, Institute of Medical Science, University of Tokyo
#68 A role for nitric oxide (NO) in the control of the normal function of the human prostate: an immunohistochemical and functional study
Uckert S1, Richter K2, Kedia G1, Oelke M3, Jonas U1, Wolf G2 1. Hannover Medical School, Dept. of Urology, Hannover, Germany, 2. University of Magdeburg, Faculty of Medicine, Institute of Medical Neurobiology, Magdeburg, Germany, 3. University of Amsterdam, Academic Medical Center (AMC), Dept. of Urology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
#69 A PHARMACOLOGICAL STUDY OF ACUTE BLADDER NOCICEPTION
Su X1, Riedel E S1, Leon L A1, Laping N J1 1. GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals,
#70 The alpha1A/L-adrenoceptor subtype mediates contraction of the internal anal sphincter to noradrenaline
Chess-Williams R1, Shorthouse A2, Hausman N3 1. Bond University, 2. Northern General Hospital, Sheffield, 3. University of Sheffield