Renal and cardiovascular effects of renal medullary damage with bromoethylamine in dogs.


Bromoethylamine (BEA, 30-40 mg/kg) was administered to dogs to determine whether damage to the inner medulla of the kidney, the putative source of a depressor hormone, causes hypertension in this species. Bromoethylamine produces hypertension in rats but this has not been confirmed in other species, although we have shown that this dose of BEA in dogs… (More)


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