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Figure 2: The percentage change of mean arterial, systolic, and diastolic pressures (MAP, SP, and DP) response to graded angiotensin II infusion in four experimental groups. The groups 1-4 stand for animals treated with 125, 250, and 500 mg/kg of unripe grape extract (UGE) and placebo (control), respectively. Data are presented as mean ± SEM and were analyzed using a repeated-measures ANOVA (for percentage change of MAP, SP, and DP from angiotensin II 0-1000 ng/kg/min), using the factors treatment; UGE or placebo and angiotensin administration (PTreat), Ang II (PAng), and the interaction between treatment and angiotensin II (PAng Treat)

Figure 2: The percentage change of mean arterial, systolic, and diastolic pressures (MAP, SP, and DP) response to graded angiotensin II infusion in four experimental groups. The groups 1-4 stand for animals treated with 125, 250, and 500 mg/kg of unripe grape extract (UGE) and placebo (control), respectively. Data are presented as mean ± SEM and were analyzed using a repeated-measures ANOVA (for percentage change of MAP, SP, and DP from angiotensin II 0-1000 ng/kg/min), using the factors treatment; UGE or placebo and angiotensin administration (P<sub>Treat</sub>), Ang II (P<sub>Ang</sub>), and the interaction between treatment and angiotensin II (P<sub>Ang Treat</sub>)