Urinary output of urodiolenone in essential hypertension.

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Increased amounts of urodiolenone, an isomer of a phytoalexin, were found in the urine of 34% of patients with essential hypertension. Urodiolenone was also excreted in 70% of patients with neurocirculatory asthenia (hyperkinetic syndrome) and labile hypertension; very small quantities were found in normal subjects. When grapefruit juice, which is rich in… (More)

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@article{Rosenthal1989UrinaryOO, title={Urinary output of urodiolenone in essential hypertension.}, author={Ted L. Rosenthal and Ellie Grossman and S. Goldberg and Edna Peleg and R. Chayen}, journal={American journal of hypertension}, year={1989}, volume={2 6 Pt 1}, pages={449-52} }