Hydrogen Sulfide Relaxes Human Uterine Artery by Activating Smooth Muscle BKCa Channels: A Recent Study

Background: Vasodilation is mediated by hyperpolarizing smooth muscle (SM) plasma membranes when large conductance calcium-activated and voltage-dependent potassium (BKCa) channels open, which is a critical mechanism for mediating uterine artery (UA) dilatation during pregnancy. Despite the fact that H2S has

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