Antihypertensive Action of Medullipin I Given by Mouth

@article{Muirhead1991AntihypertensiveAO,
  title={Antihypertensive Action of Medullipin I Given by Mouth},
  author={E. Muirhead and B. Brooks and L. W. Byers and K. Toba and L. Share},
  journal={Hypertension},
  year={1991},
  volume={17},
  pages={1092–1096}
}
Perfusion of normal rat kidneys with 5% human albumin in a balanced salt solution bubbled with oxygen yielded medullipin I (Med I) in the renal venous effluent The presence of Med I in the renal venous effluent has been established by thin-layer chromatography, by the type of vasodepressor effect when injected intravenously as a bolus into the hypertensive rat, by inhibition of the vasodepressor effect of the renal venous effluent by Tween 20 and SKF 525A (proadifen, inhibitor of cytochrome P… Expand

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