Dr. Lawler's research interests focus primarily on the interactions of genetics and environment in the production of high blood pressure; physiological determinants of chronic blood pressure changes; role of kidney function in long-term blood pressure regulation; neural control over autonomic nervous system function.
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Diazoxide effects on hypothalamic and extra-hypothalamic NPY content in Zucker rats (with I.E. Hensley, R. Alemzadeh, and S.J. Holshouser), Peptides (2001)
To determine if the anorectic effects of the insulin antagonist diazoxide (DZ) are mediated by...