MK4MDD

Signs Report

Basic Information
Name Vasoconstrictor response
Description "Corticosteroids influence vascular tone and cause blanching of the skin when topically applied. This cutaneous vasoconstrictor response has been used to compare the potency of topical steroids, as a high degree of blanching reflects high anti-inflammatory potency. (P.A. Cotter et al.2002; PMID: 11912000)"
No. of Studies (Positive/Negative) 1 (1/0) Help

Positive relationship between Vasoconstrictor response and MDD (count: 1)
Name in Literature Reference Research Type Statistical Result Relation Description Help
vasoconstrictor response Cotter, 2002 patients and normal controls P-value = 0.0001 Depressed subjects demonstrated a significantly reduced vaso...... Depressed subjects demonstrated a significantly reduced vasoconstrictor response compared to controls (P=0.0001). More...

Positive relationships between Vasoconstrictor response and other components at different levels (count: 0) Help
Positive relationship network of Vasoconstrictor response in MK4MDD
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1. The different color of the nodes denotes the level of the nodes.
Genetic/Epigenetic Locus Protein and Other Molecule Cell and Molecular Pathway Neural System Cognition and Behavior Symptoms and Signs Environment MDD
Genetic/Epigenetic Locus Protein and Other Molecule Cell and Molecular Pathway Neural System Cognition and Behavior Symptoms and Signs Environment MDD
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Negative relationships between Vasoconstrictor response and MDD (count: 0)
Negative relationships between Vasoconstrictor response and other components at different levels (count: 0) Help