NOS3

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NOS3

A gene on chromosome 7q36 that encodes endothelial nitric oxide synthase (eNOS), a small molecule implicated in vascular smooth muscle relaxation through a cGMP-mediated signal transduction pathway. eNOS is a critical mediator of cardiovascular homeostasis that regulates the diameter of blood vessels and keeps vascular proliferation and apoptosis in check. It is upregulated by dynamin, porin and soluble guanylyl cyclase, and downregulated by interactions with Hsp90 and Cav-1 in the Golgi and by NOSIP and NOSTRIN at the plasma membrane. NOS3 is also a less preferred gene symbol for what is now designated as NANOS3, see there.
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The elevated level of the marker of leukocyte activation MPO correlated negatively with the tissue availability of cNOS and the indices of microvascular patency [43].
It can be also shown that NCcl(A) is NCCS (neutrosophic crisp closed set) and NCint(A) is a CNOS in X.
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Additionally, iNOS produces a quantitatively larger amount of nitric oxide (NO), whereas the constitutive form of NOS (cNOS) generates relatively a small amount of NO in the small intestine (Wang et al., 2009).
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In November 2013, an email invitation to participate in the study was forwarded to chief nursing officers (CNOs) and office managers of primary care facilities within the urban core of a midwestern city.
eNOS and nNOS are believed to be constitutive (cNOS).7 NO has several aspects in cells and its action may vary depending on its level.8 Studies have proposed that in cancer growth, NO may have an important action as a preventative and therapeuticagent.