TITLE

Anti-hormones and blood pressure: Bradykinin antagonists in blood pressure regulation

AUTHOR(S)
Gavras, Irene; Gavras, Haralambos
PUB. DATE
October 1988
SOURCE
Kidney International Supplement;Oct1988, Issue 26, pS-60
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Evaluates the role of bradykinin antagonists in blood pressure regulation. Conduct of experiments to further clarify the role of endogenous bradykinin in the maintenance of normotension in intact animals; Confirmation of the participation of the vasodilatory action of bradykinin in the maintenance of normal blood pressure; Assessment of the levels of blood pressure and circulating plasma catecholamines after administering the antagonist in intact animals.
ACCESSION #
17896384

 

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