Characterisation of vasopressin V , angiotensin AT and AT receptor 1 A 1 2 distribution and density in normotensive and hypertensive rat brain 1 stem and kidney : effects of restraint stress *

@inproceedings{McDougall2000CharacterisationOV,
  title={Characterisation of vasopressin V , angiotensin AT and AT receptor 1 A 1 2 distribution and density in normotensive and hypertensive rat brain 1 stem and kidney : effects of restraint stress *},
  author={Stuart J McDougall and Carlie A. Roulston and Robert E. Widdop and Andrew J Lawrence},
  year={2000}
}
In the present study, we have examined neurochemical correlates that may be involved in the differential cardiovascular responses observed in normotensive and hypertensive rats during stress. Using a restraint stress paradigm, both normotensive Wistar Kyoto (WKY) and Spontaneously Hypertensive rats (SHR) underwent acute (1 h restraint in a perspex tube), chronic (1 h restraint for ten consecutive days) or no restraint (control) stress. Following cessation of restraint, rats were processed by… CONTINUE READING
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