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Relationship of growth and blood pressure in inbred rats. Am JPhysiol1994, 266:R702-R708. 8. St. : Hypertensive strains and normotensive "control" strains: how closely are they related? Hypertension 1992, 19:419-424. 9. : Genetic association of hypertension and vascular changes in stroke-prone spontaneously hypertensive rats. Hypertension 1986, 8:904-910. 10. Rapp JP: Characteristics of Dahl salt-susceptible and salt-resistant rats. In Handbook of Hypertension. Vol 4. Experimental and Genetic Models of Hypertension.
Testing baroreceptor function by the RAMP method. Baroreceptor function in humans can be assessed by observing how the heart rate changes in response to variation in the blood pressure. Norepinephrine was injected in normotensive controls (A) and hypertensives (B) and the ensuing decrease in heart rate (beat to beat) in response to the rise in blood pressure was recorded on electrocardiogram . The slope of the relationship between the decrease in heart rate and the increase in blood pressure is an index of the sensitivity of the baroreceptors.