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Sildenafil corrects the increased contractility of rat detrusor muscle induced by alprostadil in vitro.

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Summary of "Sildenafil corrects the increased contractility of rat detrusor muscle induced by alprostadil in vitro."

Sildenafil (PDE5-inhibitor) and alprostadil (PGE) are used in combination clinically for the management of some cases of erectile dysfunction. Despite the roles of prostaglandins (PG) and nitric oxide (NO) pathways in contractility of bladder smooth muscle are frequently studied, the effect of sildenafil/alprostadil combination and the crosstalk between NO/cGMP and PG pathways on bladder activity is not documented.

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Name: Pharmacological reports : PR
ISSN: 1734-1140
Pages: 659-668

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