Glucagon and prostaglandins are mediators of amino acid-induced rise in renal hemodynamics.

@article{Hirschberg1988GlucagonAP,
  title={Glucagon and prostaglandins are mediators of amino acid-induced rise in renal hemodynamics.},
  author={Raimund Hirschberg and Robert D. Zipser and Larry A. Slomowitz and Joel D. Kopple},
  journal={Kidney international},
  year={1988},
  volume={33 6},
  pages={
          1147-55
        }
}
An oral protein load or infusion of amino acids induces a rise in renal hemodynamics in normal subjects, but the mechanisms mediating this phenomenon are unknown. We investigated whether glucagon may mediate the increase in RPF and GFR induced by an arginine infusion and whether prostaglandins are required for this effect. In four different studies, normal subjects underwent 13 inulin and PAH clearances of 30 minutes each. During the fourth and tenth clearance periods arginine HCl, 250 mg/kg… Expand
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