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Mixed vehicle emissions induces angiotensin ii and cerebral microvascular angiotensin receptor expression in C57Bl/6 mice and promotes alterations in integrity in a blood-brain barrier coculture model.

Suwannasual U, Lucero J, Davis G, McDonald JD, Lund AK (2019) Mixed vehicle emissions induces angiotensin ii and cerebral microvascular angiotensin receptor expression in C57Bl/6 mice and promotes alterations in integrity in a blood-brain barrier coculture model. Toxicol Sci 170(2):525-535. doi: 10.1093/toxsci/kfz121

Objective: To investigate the hypothesis that inhalation exposure to a mixture of gasoline and diesel vehicle engine emissions (MVE) results in altered central nervous system microvascular integrity mediated by Ang II-AT1 signaling.

Summary: Inhalation exposure to traffic-generated pollutants results in altered BBB integrity, mediated through Ang II-AT1 signaling and inflammation, which is exacerbated by a high-fat diet.

Usage: Antibody was used in immunofluorescent staining of cerebral tissue. Brain sections (10 mm) were prepared for AT1 receptor (1:1000).

Related Products: Angiotensin II receptor (AT-1R) Rabbit Polyclonal, affinity-purified (Cat. #AB-N27AP)

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