Pressor action of intravenous angiotensin II reduces drinking response in rats.

@article{Robinson1987PressorAO,
  title={Pressor action of intravenous angiotensin II reduces drinking response in rats.},
  author={Matthew M. Robinson and Mark D Evered},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1987},
  volume={252 4 Pt 2},
  pages={R754-9}
}
We investigated whether the pressor response to intravenous angiotensin II (ANG II) suppresses drinking. All experiments were done on conscious water-replete rats (200-400 g) with chronic vascular cannulas. Two rates of ANG II infusion (16.7 and 100 ng/min for 90 min) were tested; captopril (0.33 mg/min) was infused simultaneously to prevent endogenous production of ANG II. Both doses of ANG II increased mean arterial pressure (MAP) by 40-50 mmHg for the duration of the infusions, but water… CONTINUE READING

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