Additional file 1: of Central blockade of NLRP3 reduces blood pressure via regulating inflammation microenvironment and neurohormonal excitation in salt-induced prehypertensive rats

Figure S1. Salt-induced prehypertension is partly due to the role of NLRP3 in PVN, via an inflammatory mechanism. Blockade of brain NLRP3 attenuates prehypertensive response, possibly via downregulating the cascade reaction triggered by inflammation and restoring the balance of neurotransmitters (PPTX 203 kb)