Items where Author is " Ivic Ivan"

Number of items: 5.

Ivic Ivan and Balaskó Márta and Fülöp Balázs Dániel and Hashimoto Hitoshi and Tóth Gábor and Tamás Andrea and Juhász Tamás and Koller Ákos and Reglődi Dóra and Szekeres-Solymár Margit: VPAC1 receptors play a dominant role in PACAP-induced vasorelaxation in female mice.
PLOS ONE, 14 (1). Azonosító: e0211433-Terjedelem: 21 p.. ISSN 1932-6203 (2019)

Szekeres-Solymár Margit and Ivic Ivan and Pótó László and Hegyi Péter and Garami András and Hartmann Petra and Pétervári Erika and Czopf László and Alizadeh Hussain and Gyöngyi Zoltán and Sarlós Patrícia and Simon Mária and Mátrai Péter and Bérczi Bálint and Balaskó Márta: Metformin induces significant reduction of body weight, total cholesterol and LDL levels in the elderly - A meta-analysis.
PLOS ONE, 13 (11). Azonosító: e0207947-Terjedelem: 13 p.. ISSN 1932-6203 (2018)

Szekeres-Solymár Margit and Ivic Ivan and Balaskó Márta and Fülöp Balázs Dániel and Tóth Gábor and Tamás Andrea and Rémán Gyöngyvér Éva and Koller Ákos and Reglődi Dóra: Pituitary adenylate cyclase-activating polypeptide ameliorates vascular dysfunction induced by hyperglycaemia.
DIABETES & VASCULAR DISEASE RESEARCH, 15 (4). pp. 277-285. ISSN 1479-1641 (2018)

Ivic Ivan and Szekeres-Solymár Margit and Fülöp Balázs Dániel and Hashimoto Hitoshi and Tóth Gábor and Tamás Andrea and Juhász Tamás and Koller Ákos and Reglődi Dóra: Aging-induced modulation of pituitary adenylate cyclase-activating peptide- and vasoactive intestinal peptide-induced vasomotor responses in the arteries of mice.
JOURNAL OF VASCULAR RESEARCH, 54 (6). pp. 359-366. ISSN 1018-1172 (2017)

Ivic Ivan and Fülöp Balázs Dániel and Juhász Tamás and Reglődi Dóra and Tóth Gábor and Hashimoto Hitoshi and Tamás Andrea and Koller Ákos: Backup mechanisms maintain PACAP/VIP-induced arterial relaxations in pituitary adenylate cyclase-activating polypeptide-deficient mice.
JOURNAL OF VASCULAR RESEARCH, 54 (3). pp. 180-192. ISSN 1018-1172 (2017)

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