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Application of a radioimmunoassay for angiotensin I to the physiologic measurements of plasma renin activity in normal human subjects.
ABSTRACT A radioimmunoassay for angiotensin I and its application to the determination of renin activity is described. The assay employs antibodies raised to copolymers of angiotensin I andExpand
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Filtration rate and water diuresis in the seal, Phoca vitulina.
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Studies with the radioimmunoassay for angiotensin II, and its application to measurement of renin activity.
ABSTRACT The radioimmunoassay for angiotensin II which we previously described has been revised, improved and simplified. Plasma angiotensin II concentration in normal subjects on unrestricted sodiumExpand
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Blood pressure of Qash'qai pastoral nomads in Iran in relation to culture, diet, and body form.
Blood pressure, diet, urinary electrolyte excretion, and body form were studied in 264 traditional nomadic herdsmen of the Qash'qai tribe, southern Iran. The population sample included male andExpand
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ACTIVE SODIUM TRANSPORT BY THE ISOLATED TOAD BLADDER
Studies were made of the active ion transport by the isolated urinary bladder of the European toad, Bufo bufo, and the large American toad, Bufo marinus. The urinary bladder of the toad is a thinExpand
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Antecedents of Cardiovascular Disease in Six Solomon Islands Societies
Cardiovascular risk factors have been analyzed as part of a combined ethnographic, anthropometric, and medical study of 1390 adult subjects in defined populations representing six Solomon IslandsExpand
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Respiration and active sodium transport of isolated toad bladder.
Preparation of Tissue-Studies were performed on the isolated urinary bladder of the toad, Bujo marinus. Animals were pithed and the two halves of the bladder rapidly removed through a ventralExpand
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Pheochromocytoma with predominant epinephrine secretion.
Abstract The clinical history and hospital course of a patient with pheochromocytoma are presented. Urine and tumor catecholamine levels were elevated and showed a predominance of epinephrineExpand
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Medical Management of Primary Hypertension
Guanethidine Actions Guanethidine, like reserpine and methyldopa, exerts its antihypertensive action by interfering with neurotransmission at the adrenergic postganglionic nerve terminals, andExpand
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