The putative renal medullary depressor hormone: medullipin rises like Phoenix from the ashes?

@article{Evans2006ThePR,
  title={The putative renal medullary depressor hormone: medullipin rises like Phoenix from the ashes?},
  author={R. Evans},
  journal={Acta Physiologica},
  year={2006},
  volume={187}
}
  • R. Evans
  • Published 2006
  • Medicine
  • Acta Physiologica
In skeletal muscles, an increase in capillary numbers is a hallmark of adaptation to endurance exercise training, contributing to increased aerobic capacity. This has been shown in both young and elderly humans based usually on the analysis of invasively obtained muscle biopsies. The study by Charles and colleagues in this issue has employed a non-invasive method of evaluating fluid filtration rate in human lower limbs as an index of microvascular exchange surface area and compared it to… Expand

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