Aims: The study investigated the effect of L-tartaric acid on diminazene-indiuced vasorelaxation.
Objective: This work was designed to study the effect of L-tartaric acid on diminazene-induced vasorelaxation using an ex vivo approach.
Materials and Methods: In the current investigation, the inhibitory effect of L-tartaric acid on diminazene-induced relaxation.
Results: The results confirmed that L-tartaric acid was able to inhibit in a dose-dependent manner diminazene-induced vasorelaxation.
Conclusion: This investigation provides important experimental evidence of the efficacy of Ltartaric acid in inhibiting diminazene-induced vasorelaxation.
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