Shionoya, Shigehiko; Nakata, Yukifumi; Kamiya, Kisaku; Inagaki, Akio; Yano, Takashi
September 1971
Angiology;Sep1971, Vol. 22 Issue 8, p456
Academic Journal
Bradykinin caused platelet adhesion on the apparently unbroken endothelium of the femoral vein, decreased peripheral vascular resistance of the microcirculation and increased permeability of venules of the vasa vasorum of the abdominal aorta in dogs. The venular side of the vasa vasorum may be the most significant portion in the microcirculatory system of the vessel wall.


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