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Academic Article Impaired flow-mediated dilation with age is not explained by L-arginine bioavailability or endothelial asymmetric dimethylarginine protein expression.
Academic Article Dietary sodium restriction reverses vascular endothelial dysfunction in middle-aged/older adults with moderately elevated systolic blood pressure.
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Academic Article Life-long caloric restriction reduces oxidative stress and preserves nitric oxide bioavailability and function in arteries of old mice.
Academic Article Curcumin supplementation improves vascular endothelial function in healthy middle-aged and older adults by increasing nitric oxide bioavailability and reducing oxidative stress.
Grant Clinical Translation of Curcumin Therapy to Treat Arterial Aging
Grant Nitrite Supplementation for Improving Physiological Function in Older Adults
Grant MitoQ Supplementation for Improving Vascular Endothelial Function in Older Adults
Grant Aging and Arterial Dysfunction with a Western Diet: Exercise and AMPK
Grant Human Aging, Exercise & FMD: Translational Physiology
Grant Hormone Replacement Therapy, SERMs &Leg Blood Flow in Postmenopausal Women
Grant Clinical Translation of Nitrite Therapy to Treat Arterial Aging in Humans
Grant Nicotinamide riboside supplementation for treating elevated systolic blood pressure and arterial stiffness in middle-aged and older adults
Grant Inspiratory muscle strength training for lowering blood pressure in hypertensive mid-life adults
Academic Article Dietary Nitrate and Nitric Oxide Metabolism: Mouth, Circulation, Skeletal Muscle, and Exercise Performance.
Grant Inspiratory muscle strength training for lowering blood pressure and improving endothelial function in postmenopausal women: comparison with standard of care aerobic exercise
Academic Article Time-Efficient Inspiratory Muscle Strength Training Lowers Blood Pressure and Improves Endothelial Function, NO Bioavailability, and Oxidative Stress in Midlife/Older Adults With Above-Normal Blood Pressure.

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