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Using a highly sensitive fluorimetric assay, significant levels of angiotensin I -converting enzyme-like activity (ACELA) were detected in a range of tissues (branchial heart, gill, kidney with(More)
for sixteen years; another similarly for fifteen and a half years; and a third for thirteen years. In none of these three cases was ureteral catheterisation carried out. Deposits were present, when(More)
Plasma angiotensin levels were measured for the first time in a cyclostome, the river lamprey. With the demonstration that angiotensins are present in the circulation, the possibility of a(More)
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