H. -G. Güllner

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There is considerable evidence that the renal nerves contribute to the regulation of salt and water excretion by a direct effect on tubular reabsorption, independent of changes in renal hemodynamics. Whereas the effect of the adrenergic nervous system on sodium reabsorption appears to be established in anesthetised animals, it has been suggested that the(More)
Investigations with an irreversible monoamine oxidase (MAO) inhibitor were performed in man in order to correlate biochemical, pharmacological, and clinical changes during and after MAO inhibition. — Six healthy volunteers were treated with the hydrazine MAO inhibitor benmoxine (1-α-methylbenzyl-2-benzoyl hydrazine) in a dosage of either 75 mg/day for 4(More)
Patients with hypokalemia due to Bartter's syndrome show an increase in adrenergic nervous system function with significantly elevated plasma norepinephrine excretion. Prolonged exposure to neurotransmitters or hormones is known to lead to a down-regulation of target-cell responsiveness. We measured cyclic AMP generation by leukocytes in response to the(More)
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