Nitric oxide is a gasotransmitter, which is produced by your body. Nitric oxide production involves different enzyme isoforms and non-enzymatic pathways. It is a highly reactive molecule and participates in virtually every cellular and organ function in the body. Among it's most notable roles, is it acts as a vasodilator i.e. it causes blood vessels to widen.
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