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Vasopressin antagonists allow demonstration of a novel type of vasopressin receptor in the rat adenohypophysis.
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It is concluded that adenohypophyseal receptors represent a novel type of vasopressin receptors and could be designated as V1b receptors as opposed to the V1a receptors previously characterized on liver and blood vessels. Expand
Selective Agonists and Antagonists of Vasopressin
Since the original synthesis of (arginine-) vasopressin (AVP) in 1954 (du Vig-neaud et al, 1954b), hundreds of analogues of VP and of oxytocin (OX) have been synthesized; their properties have beenExpand
Renal adaptations by Opsanus tau, a euryhaline aglomerular teleost, to dilute media.
Solid-phase synthesis of 16 potent (selective and nonselective) in vivo antagonists of oxytocin.
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The synthesis and some pharmacological properties of 16 new in vivo antagonists of oxytocin are described, based on modifications of three peptides: A, B, and C. Expand
Neural Influences on Bullfrog Renal Functions
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It is concluded that neural activities influence preglomerular vasoconstriction and tubular reabsorption in bullfrogs. Expand
AVIAN NEUROHYPOPHYSIAL HORMONES: PHARMACOLOGICAL PROPERTIES AND TENTATIVE IDENTIFICATION
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Paper chromatographic and enzymatic studies, together with the demonstration of inactivation by thioglycollatc, furnish additional evidence suggesting that oxytocin and arginine vasotocin may be neurohypophysial hormones in the chicken, Gallus domesticus. Expand
Synthesis and some pharmacological properties of potent and selective antagonists of the vasopressor (V1-receptor) response to arginine-vasopressin.
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The solid-phase synthesis of eight position-9-modified analogues of the potent V1-receptor antagonist of arginine-vasopressin were well-tolerated with excellent retention of V1 antagonism and striking enhancements in anti-V1/anti-V2 selectivity. Expand
The Importance of Vasopressin in the Development and Maintenance of DOC‐Salt Hypertension in the Rat
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It is concluded that vasopressin plays a major role as a pressor agent in both the onset and maintenance of DOC-salt hypertension. Expand
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