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Catherine N. Hall;  Clare Reynell;  Bodil Gesslein;  Nicola B. Hamilton;  Anusha Mishra;  Brad A. Sutherland;  Fergus M. O’Farrell;  Alastair M. Buchan;  Martin Lauritzen;  David Attwell

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  • Nitric oxide influences pericytes, as shown by the results and conclusions of a 2007 study [Majumder S, Tamilarasan KP, Kolluru GK, Muley A, Nair CM, Omanakuttan A, Murty KV, Chatterjee S. Activated pericyte attenuates endothelial functions: nitric oxide-cGMP rescues activated pericyte-associated endothelial dysfunctions. Biochem Cell Biol. 2007;85(6):709-720.]: - activated pericytes attenuate the migration, proliferation, permeability, and NO production of endothelial cells - activated pericytes restrict angiogenesis in egg yolk vascular bed models, and NO supplementation recovers 70% of the inhibition - supplementation with NO, sildenafil citrate (phosphodiesterase inhibitor), and 8-bromo-cGMP (cGMP analog) partially recovers activated-pericyte-mediated endothelium dysfunction - NO-cGMP alleviates activated-pericyte-associated endothelial dysfunction, including angiogenesis, in a cGMP-dependent manner Circulating nitric oxide increases as a result of physical exercise performance [Tsukiyama Y, Ito T, Nagaoka K, Eguchi E, Ogino K. Effects of exercise training on nitric oxide, blood pressure and antioxidant enzymes. J Clin Biochem Nutr. 2017;60(3):180-186.]. Then can it be considered that physical exercise has a prophylactic effect for the mechanism described in the paper?

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