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Carlos F. Sanchez Ferrer

Full Professor in Pharmacology
Department of Pharmacology, School of Medicine
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.
Calle Arzobispo Morcillo, 4
28029-Madrid, Spain.
Tel: 34914975470
Fax: 34914975470
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Web: http://www.uam.es/farmavas

Research interests

  • Diabetes and endothelial dysfunction
  • Mechanisms of vascular aging
  • Obesity and vascular dysfunction
  • Role for the angiotensin-(1-7)/Mas receptor axis in endothelial function

Selected Recent Publications

  • Rodríguez-Mañas L, El-Assar M, Vallejo S, López-Dóriga P, Solis J, Petidier R, Montes M, Nevado J, Castro M, Gómez-Guerrero C, Peiró C, Sánchez-Ferrer CF (2009) Endothelial dysfunction in aged humans is related with oxidative stress and vascular inflammation. Aging Cell 8: 226-238.
  • Romacho T, Azcutia V, Vázquez-Bella M, Matesanz, Cercas E, Nevado J, Carraro R, Rodríguez-Mañas L, Sánchez-Ferrer CF, Peiró C (2009) Extracellular PBEF/Nampt/visfatin activates pro-inflammatory signaling in human vascular smooth muscle cells through nicotinamide phosphoribosyltransferase activity. Diabetologia 52: 2455-2463.
  • Azcutia V, Abu-Taha M, Romacho T, Vázquez-Bella M, Matesanz N, Luscinskas FW, Rodríguez-Mañas L, Sanz MJ, Sánchez-Ferrer CF, Peiró C (2010) Inflammation determines the pro-adhesive properties of high extracellular D-glucose in human endothelial cells in vitro and rat microvessels in vivo. PLoS One 5: e10091.
  • Vallejo S, Romacho T, Angulo J, Bermejo E, Carraro R, Sánchez-Ferrer CF, Peiró C (2011) Extracellular PBEF/Nampt/visfatin impairs endothelium-dependent relaxation in rat and human microvessels through nicotinamide phosphoribosyltransferase activity. PLos One 6(11) e7299.
    5.    Peiró C, Vallejo S, Gembardt F, Palacios E, Novella S, Azcutia V, Rodríguez-Mañas L, Hermenegildo C, Sánchez-Ferrer CF, Walther T. Complete blockade of the vasorelaxant effects of Ang-(1-7) and bradykinin in murine microvessels by antagonists of the receptor Mas. J Physiol. [Epub ahead of print]



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