Antagonist effect of a receptor-mimicking peptide encoded by human angiotensin II complementary RNA.

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This article reports on the binding and the angiotensin II (Ang II) antagonistic properties of a peptide, referred to as hIIA, encoded by an RNA strand complementary to the human Ang II messenger RNA. Although Ang II and hIIA (H2N-Glu-Gly-Val-Tyr-Val-His-Pro-Val-COOH) share four amino acids, the iodinated and tritiated forms of hIIA were unreactive with… (More)

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@article{Budisavljevi1992AntagonistEO, title={Antagonist effect of a receptor-mimicking peptide encoded by human angiotensin II complementary RNA.}, author={M Budisavljevi{\'c} and M L B{\'e}a and Marcel Bensoussan and Michel Laubie and P P Van Chuong and J C Dussaule and Pierre J. Verroust and Pierre Marie Ronco}, journal={Hypertension}, year={1992}, volume={19 4}, pages={345-54} }