Slow rise and diurnal change of blood pressure with saralasin and angiotensin II in rats.

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Our objectives were to determine whether saralasin, like angiotensin II, raises blood pressure gradually when given by constant infusion and whether either agent alters the diurnal variation of arterial pressure. Eight female Wistar rats were infused intravenously with 5% dextrose for 2 days, then with saralasin at 10 micrograms . kg-1 . min-1 for 4 days… (More)

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@article{Brown1983SlowRA, title={Slow rise and diurnal change of blood pressure with saralasin and angiotensin II in rats.}, author={A. Brown and Sireesha A Clark and Anthony F. Lever}, journal={The American journal of physiology}, year={1983}, volume={244 1}, pages={F84-8} }