Actions of endothelin at the subfornical organ.


Endothelin (ET), a potent vasoconstrictor peptide, is believed to have central sites of action and potential neurohormonal effects relating to body fluid homeostasis and blood-pressure regulation. Systemic endothelin binds to receptors at circumventricular organs and has been shown to increase plasma concentrations of vasopressin and increase the firing… (More)


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@article{Wall1992ActionsOE, title={Actions of endothelin at the subfornical organ.}, author={Kerry Wall and M Babaei Nasr and A. V. Ferguson}, journal={Brain research}, year={1992}, volume={570 1-2}, pages={180-7} }