Role of kinins in the acute antihypertensive effect of the converting enzyme inhibitor, captopril.

@article{Carretero1981RoleOK,
  title={Role of kinins in the acute antihypertensive effect of the converting enzyme inhibitor, captopril.},
  author={Oscar A. Carretero and Shuhei Miyazaki and A. Guillermo Scicli},
  journal={Hypertension},
  year={1981},
  volume={3 1},
  pages={18-22}
}
The role of kinins in the acute antihypertensive effect of a converting enzyme inhibitor (CEI) was studied in sodium-depleted normotensive and in two-kidney, one clip chronically hypertensive rats (2K-1C). The 2K-1C were on a normal sodium diet. The acute vasodepressor effect of the CEI was determined in these two groups either after administration of normal rabbit globulins or antikinin globulins. The amount of kinin antibodies administered completely blocked the hypotensive effects of… CONTINUE READING
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