Aging in blood vessels. Medicinal agents FOR systemic arterial hypertension in the elderly

Aging impairs blood vessel function and leads to cardiovascular disease. The mechanisms underlying the age-related endothelial, smooth muscle and extr...
Author:  María Soto

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