Capsaicin relaxes arteries via NO-dependent and independent mechanisms

Kirsty Fuller, Russ Chess-Williams, Peter Johnson

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Abstract

Capsaicin, the active constituent in chilli, is known to stimulate the release of sensory neuropeptides via transient receptor potential vanilloid type 1 (TRPV1) receptors. Capsaicin also relaxes blood vessels however the mechanisms responsible are not fully understood.
Aims. In light of recent studies suggesting dietary
Original languageEnglish
Pages111-111
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2013
EventJoint ASCEPT-APSA 2012 Conference - Adelaide, Australia
Duration: 18 Sep 2013 → …

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ConferenceJoint ASCEPT-APSA 2012 Conference
CountryAustralia
CityAdelaide
Period18/09/13 → …

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Capsaicin
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Neuropeptides
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vanilloid receptor subtype 1

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Fuller, K., Chess-Williams, R., & Johnson, P. (2013). Capsaicin relaxes arteries via NO-dependent and independent mechanisms. 111-111. Abstract from Joint ASCEPT-APSA 2012 Conference , Adelaide, Australia.
Fuller, Kirsty ; Chess-Williams, Russ ; Johnson, Peter. / Capsaicin relaxes arteries via NO-dependent and independent mechanisms. Abstract from Joint ASCEPT-APSA 2012 Conference , Adelaide, Australia.1 p.
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2013. 111-111 Abstract from Joint ASCEPT-APSA 2012 Conference , Adelaide, Australia.

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