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Synonyms: PGF1alpha, PGF 1-alpha, PGF1|A, CHEMBL1325783, SureCN1477281, ...
 
 
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Disease relevance of PGF 1-alpha

 

High impact information on PGF 1-alpha

 

Biological context of PGF 1-alpha

  • The increase in lobar arterial pressure in response to PGF1alpha and PGF2alpha was associated with a significant increase in lobar venous pressure but no change in left atrial pressure [10].
  • In conclusion, in poorly controlled diabetes, there was no differential lack of aspirin sensitivity to platelet aggregation, or lack of aspirin suppression of urinary TxB2 or PGF1alpha, compared with controls on aspirin [11].
 

Anatomical context of PGF 1-alpha

  • The changes with time in intrauterine tissue production and concentrations of PGE-2, PGF-2 alpha, 6-keto PGF-1 alpha and PGFM (13,14-dihydro-15-keto PGF-2 alpha) in maternal and fetal plasma and amniotic fluid were investigated during the first 72 h of pulsatile administration of ACTH1-24 to chronically catheterized fetal sheep [12].
  • It is concluded that exogenous progesterone administered on dioestrus II inhibits granulosa PGE and 6-keto PGF-1 alpha accumulation in preovulatory follicles, probably by reducing serum LH concentrations, and that the granulosa cells, which are LH-dependent, are a major source of follicular PGE [13].
  • Other unlabeled PGs such as PGF1alpha, PGE2 (5-fold), PGE1 (120-fold), PGA1 and PGB1 (about 10,000-fold) were less effective when compared to unlabeled PGF2alpha in inhibiting [3H] PGF2alpha binding to the membranes [14].
  • PGF1alpha treatment increased the tonus of the smooth muscle cells in the wall of the tubules as indicated by a reduction in the diameter of the tubules [15].
  • Significantly less PGF-1 alpha, PGF-2 alpha and 12-hydroxyheptadecatrienoic acid (HHT) were found in the capillaries of MFO treated animals, in comparison to the SFO group [16].
 

Associations of PGF 1-alpha with other chemical compounds

 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of PGF 1-alpha

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  13. Exogenous progesterone reduces follicular prostaglandin E and 6-keto prostaglandin F-1 alpha in the cyclic hamster. Brannian, J.D., Terranova, P.F. J. Reprod. Fertil. (1990) [Pubmed]
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