Vasoactive peptides and substrates and their relation to protein handling by the kidney.

@article{ROSAS1963VasoactivePA,
  title={Vasoactive peptides and substrates and their relation to protein handling by the kidney.},
  author={R B ROSAS},
  journal={Circulation research},
  year={1963},
  volume={12(5) Pt 2},
  pages={573-84}
}
  • R B ROSAS
  • Published 1963 in Circulation research
VASOACTIVE PEPTIDES FROM SERUM Many peptides with vasoactive properties have been obtained by a variety of methods from animal serum. When serum is incubated at 38 C for 3 to 48 hrs at pH 3.8 to 4.0, "anephrotensm," a polypeptide which alters the contractility of smooth muscle, is liberated. The anephrotensins released from serums of several animal species are not all identical in their pharmacological properties, but they are alike in causing constriction of the smooth muscle of the uterus… CONTINUE READING
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