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If you have ideas for a project, we are always interested in hearing about them and guide you towards the specific products from Wahlberg Motion Design that will help you realize your goals. We are based in Denmark, however we are in daily contact with customers and clients from all over the world. Our range of products secures a high level of flexibility and they have been implemented around the globe at nightclubs, festivals, trade fairs and for TV productions, film settings, theaters and touring bands. So, whether you want movement of your stage props up and down, sideways or circularly, we can provide innovative and flexible products that will make your setting lively and energetic with fully automated effects.
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For instance, melatonin, secreted from the pineal gland at night, may significantly reduce nocturnal BP and improve sleep in patients with essential hypertension . Rhythmicity of atrial natriuretic peptide (ANP) appeared to be in antiphase with BP rhythm, which has been proven to serve as an important regulatory factor of the 24 h BP pattern and affect the cardiovascular system . Circadian rhythms of plasma renin activity (PRA), angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) activity, concentration of AngII, aldosterone and thyroid hormone contribute to the maintaining 24 h BP rhythm as well [15,16,17,18,19]. In addition to hormones, blood vessel components, such as smooth muscle cells and endothelial cells, and many vasoactive substances can change the diurnal variations of BP. Typically, nitric oxide (NO) secreted from endothelial cells modulates vascular tone and thus BP. NO production is increased in the morning, followed by a morning surge in BP. Yet, whether the diurnal variation of NO is directly related to BP rhythmicity is in debate. Disruption of the diurnal oscillation of NO production has been closely connected with BP alterations in cardiovascular disease . Furthermore, endothelial NO synthase (eNOS) is one of the three NO synthase enzymes, which produce NO in blood vessels and regulate vascular function. In animal studies, the phosphorylated-eNOS (p-eNOS) in the blood vessels of young mice exhibited a circadian rhythm. The core clock genes can also regulate the coupling of eNOS and contribute to the maintenance of rhythmicity of endothelial function and BP . Similarly, although 3.5-day rhythm and 8-hourly change have been reported in the human circulation , the secretion of endothelin 1 (ET-1) in plasma and excretion in urine has been also pronouncedly confirmed to be circadian rhythmic and closely related with BP homeostasis [23,24,25]. ET-1 receptor antagonists had been proved to be efficient for the treatment of essential hypertension, however, significant fluid retention and edema side effects were also reported . Besides the above, there are many other endogenous factors contribute to the 24 h BP oscillations through humoral, endocrine, neural or other coordinated regulation signals. Furthermore, some diseases can alter the 24 h BP rhythm. For instance, patients with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) are more likely to have non-dipper BP, which will increase the incidence of cardiovascular events . 041b061a72