Nitric oxide contributes to cerebrovascular shear-mediated dilatation but not steady-state cerebrovascular reactivity to carbon dioxide

Ryan L. Hoiland, Hannah G. Caldwell, Jay M.R.J. Carr, Connor A. Howe, Benjamin Stacey, Tony Dawkins, Dennis J. Wakeham, Joshua C. Tremblay, Michael M. Tymko, Kurt J. Smith, Mypinder S. Sekhon, David B. MacLeod, Daniel J. Green, Damian Bailey, Philip Ainslie

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