In all forms of chronic hypertension, the renal-pressure natriuresis mechanism is abnormal because sodium excretion is the same as in normotension despite the increased blood pressure. However, the importance of this resetting of pressure natriuresis as a cause of hypertension is controversial. Theoretically, a resetting of pressure natriuresis could necessitate increased blood pressure to maintain sodium balance or it could occur secondarily to hypertension. Recent studies indicate that, in several models of experimental hypertension (including angiotensin II, aldosterone, adrenocorticotrophic hormone, and norepinephrine hypertension), a primary shift of renal-pressure natriuresis necessitates increased arterial pressure to maintain sodium and water balance. In genetic animal models of hypertension, there also appears to be a resetting of pressure natriuresis before the development of hypertension. Likewise, essential hypertensive patients exhibit abnormal pressure natriuresis, although the ...
Growth hormone (GH) has antidiuretic and antinatriuretic effects in rats and humans, but the molecular mechanisms responsible for these effects are unknown. The aim of this study was to investigate the mechanisms behind the acute renal effects of GH in rats. Female rats received rat (r)GH (2.8 mg/kg sc) or saline and were placed in metabolic cages for 5 h. Urinary excretion of electrolytes and urinary volume were reduced after rGH injection, while urine osmolality was increased. Creatinine and lithium clearance remained unchanged, suggesting that rGH increases reabsorption in segments distal to the proximal tubule. Total plasma insulin-like growth factor I (IGF-I) levels did not change, while cortical IGF-I mRNA abundance was increased. The relative abundance of total and Ser(256)-phosphorylated aquaporin 2 was found to be unchanged by immunoblotting, whereas a significant increase of Thr(96) and Thr(101)-phosphorylated NKCC2 (renal Na(+), K(+), 2Cl(-) cotransporter) was found in the inner ...
We evaluated renal adrenoceptor mediation of the renin secretion and antinatriuretic responses to low frequency (1.0 Hz) electrical stimulation of the renal nerves in the dog using renal a-adrenoceptor blockade with phentolamine {a-i/a-i), prazosin (a,), yohimbine (a2), and rauwolscine (a2), and /3-adrenoceptor blockade with d,/-propranolol OS1//S2) and atenolol (/?,). In all animals studied, renal blood flow and glomerular filtration rate remained constant throughout the experiment. In 11 dogs, low frequency renal nerve stimulation decreased urinary sodium excretion (119 ± 13 to 86 ± 18 jiEq/min) and increased renin secretion (79 ± 22 to 348 ± 73 ng/ min). Renal arterial infusion of phentolamine (2-10 Mg/kg per min) prevented the antinatriuresis but did not change the response of renin secretion (96 ± 46 to 412 ± 93 ng/min). In six dogs, renal arterial infusion of prazosin (0.7 ^g/kg per min) similarly blocked the antinatriuretic but not the renin secretion responses to low frequency renal nerve
It is well established that acute renal adrenergic stimulation decreases urinary sodium excretion. The antinatriuretic effects of renal adrenergic stimulation are mediated directly by (1) an influence on renal tubular cells to promote sodium reabsorption and (2) vasoconstriction, which decreases GFR and renal blood flow. Additionally, activation of the renal nerves increases renin release at a level of stimulation below that required to increase sodium reabsorption and cause vasoconstriction. Therefore, since Ang II has potent vasoconstrictor and antinatriuretic effects, it would be expected that some of the renal actions associated with renal adrenergic stimulation are mediated indirectly via Ang II generation. Unfortunately, the design of many experimental studies does not allow a quantitative assessment of the multiple pathways by which adrenergic stimulation alters sodium excretion and renal hemodynamics, especially under chronic conditions. In the present study, the renal actions of acute ...
The important role of the kidney in regulation of blood pressure has been long recognized (29), and the relationship between alterations in systemic blood pressure and changes in renal sodium excretion is well documented (30). For example, an elevation in perfusion pressure in the renal artery results in a rapid increase in sodium and water excretion by the kidney, so-called pressure natriuresis (30). Based on such observations, Guyton and coworkers suggested that whenever arterial pressure is elevated, activation of this pressure-natriuresis mechanism will cause sufficient excretion of sodium and water to return systemic pressures to normal (31). Because of its potent actions to modulate renal sodium excretion, angiotensin II has been implicated as a major determinant of these pressure-natriuresis relationships (19, 32). These actions may be mediated by direct effects of AT1 receptors on renal resistance vessels and epithelial cells or indirectly through stimulation of aldosterone production ...
Vessel dilator caused a significant diuresis in persons with CHF. The 2- to 13-fold increase in urine volume in the CHF subjects is nearly identical to the amount of diuresis (4- to 12-fold) found in healthy humans given vessel dilator,1 suggesting that the effects of vessel dilator are not blunted in humans with CHF. Vessel dilator also stimulated a natriuresis (3- to 4-fold) in the human subjects with CHF that was similar to the amount of natriuresis previously observed in healthy human subjects secondary to vessel dilator.1 The ability of vessel dilator to increase the excretion of sodium and the filtration fraction of sodium (FENa+) without enhancing creatinine clearance or glomerular filtration rate suggests that it is inhibiting the reabsorption of sodium in the renal tubules of persons with CHF. Vessel dilator is known to inhibit sodium reabsorption in the inner medullary collecting duct and renal tubules by inhibiting their Na+-K+-ATPases secondary to its ability to enhance the synthesis ...
There is a relationship between Blood Pressure (BP) and natriuresis which maintains sodium bal-ance and extra cellular fluid volume. An impaired ability of the kidney to excrete sodium, requires an increase in BP to increase natriuresis and correct sodium balance resulting in HT. Much evidence suggests, that in those who develops high BP, there is an underlying defect in the ability of the kidney to excrete salt and that the greater compensatory response required to restore sodium balance is the cause for the increase in BP ...
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In the present study, Hoe140 reduced renal PBF at high RPP and improved PBF autoregulation, without any effects on the renal cortical circulation. This is consistent with previous reports showing that other B2 antagonists lowered PBF.7 The source of renal medullary kinins is unknown, because most of the renal kallikrein is produced in the connecting tubule, within the renal cortex.1 The effects of Hoe140 on PBF are compatible with a vascular source from which kinins can reach the renal interstitial fluid, where bradykinin is present.17 18 Interestingly, kinins can be synthesized and released by endothelial cells and mediate part of the endothelial shear stress-induced changes in blood flow.11 12 It has been previously reported that NO synthesis blockade abolishes the pressure-induced increases in medullary blood flow, and it has been hypothesized that as arterial pressure rises, endothelial shear stress increases in the preglomerular vasculature, releasing NO and originating the intrarenal ...
1. Isolated rat kidneys were perfused at a constant perfusion pressure of 90 mmHg to study the natriuretic effects of atriopeptin III (AP-III) and to compare these effects with those of frusemide. AP-III (1 μg) or frusemide (1 mg) were added to the perfusate (100 ml) after two 15 min control collection periods.. 2. Compared with the control group, AP-III and frusemide increased urinary sodium excretion (UNaV, 5.6 ± 1.1 and 4.6 ± 0.6 vs control 1.8 ± 0.3 μmol min−1 g−1, mean ± sem, P , 0.01 and P , 0.05, respectively), fractional sodium excretion (FENa, 4.8 ± 1.1 and 6.7 ± 0.8 vs control 2.0 ± 0.2%, P , 0.05 and P , 0.001, respectively) and potassium excretion (UKV, 3.2 ± 0.3 and 3.0 ± 0.3 vs control 1.5 ± 0.3 μmol min−1 g−1, both P , 0.01). However, AP-III, but not frusemide, increased glomerular filtration rate (820 ± 55 vs 590 ± 24 μl min−1 g−1, P , 0.01) and urine flow rate (V 97.5 ± 8.0 vs 44.1 ± 5.2 μl min−1 g−1, P , 0.001). Calculated distal delivery of ...
Mapping studies have identified many QTLs affecting BP in genetically hypertensive rats, and their isolation in congenic strains has been the main approach used for their further characterization (20). Apart from genetic analysis, congenic strains provide a powerful tool for identifying relevant intermediary phenotypes, since they only differ from control (parental) strains for a small fraction of the genome. Thus any differences seen are more likely to be involved in the physiological pathway(s) that regulates the trait of interest. In this study, we demonstrate for the first time that the rat chromosome 1 BP QTL region also influences pressure-natriuresis relationship, salt sensitivity, and most probably sympathetic activation following salt loading. These findings may be related and pertinent to the effect on BP.. Pressure-natriuresis was studied using the classic method designed by Roman and Cowley (23), which one allows to maintain, at a fixed level, most of the extrarenal factors that ...
T D M Williams, K P Walsh, M I M Noble, A J Drake-Holland, E Pitts, S L Lightman, R Sutton; Rapid Atrial Pacing in Cardiac Denervated Dogs Causes Sodium Retention and Not Natriuresis. Clin Sci (Lond) 1 January 1988; 75 (s19): 31P. doi: https://doi.org/10.1042/cs075031P. Download citation file:. ...
This study is for patients with Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis who are on a first-line treatment. Patients who are randomized into the experiment group will have to follow a 2,000 daily intake of sodium diet. During the duration of the study there will be four 24 hour urine sodium excretion, dietary questionnaire, and dietitian-led sessions.
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Diuresis is an increase in the production of urine by the kidneys. Usually connected with an increase in urine, diuresis can cause...
Although urinary sodium excretion is positively influenced by acute changes in renal perfusion pressure, micropuncture studies show highly conflicting results concerning the response of superficial proximal tubule sodium reabsorption to changes in renal perfusion pressure. In the present study, the changes of superficial proximal reabsorption to decreased and increased renal perfusion pressure were determined in rats by an in vivo microperfusion method. In vivo microperfusion was selected as the method to determine the proximal sodium reabsorption because this method made it possible to deliver a constant fluid and electrolyte load to the proximal tubule without the influence of possible changes of glomerular filtration rate. Renal perfusion pressure was decreased from normal pressure by inflating a suprarenal aortic cuff and was increased from the normal level by the occlusion of celiac and mesenteric arteries and the infrarenal aorta. Although fractional excretion of sodium (FENa) in the urine ...
Result Gastrin infusing WKY rats via renal artery induced natriuresis and diuresis, which was blocked in the presence of CI988, a gastrin receptor blocker. Similarly, effect hereinbefore of fenoldopam, a D1-like receptor agonist, was blocked by D1-like receptor antagonist, SCH23390, indicating gastrin and fenoldopam play natriuretic and diuretic effect through individual receptors. Lower dosages of gastrin or fenoldopam failed to induce natriuresis and diuresis alone, while putting together induced the effects. The above-mentioned effects were lost in SHRs. Natriuresis and diuresis was partially blocked by SCH23390 or CI988, indicating the interaction between gastrin and D1-like receptor. Stimulation of either receptor increased the expression of the other and inhibited Na+-K+-ATPase activity, while the inhibitory effect of Na+-K+-ATPase activity was partially blocked through its corresponding receptors due to respective existence of SCH23390 and CI988.. ...
Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs have been shown to decrease the natriuretic response to loop diuretics in many but not all studies. Recently, indomethacin was shown not to affect the natriuretic response to the new loop diuretic torasemide in healthy volunteers. Inasmuch as sodium balance has been reported to modify the effect of indomethacin on furosemide-induced natriuresis in dogs, we investigated the effect of indomethacin, under two sodium balances (50 and 150 mEq/day), on the natriuretic response to two doses of torasemide in six healthy volunteers. Under the low sodium diet, indomethacin reduced the natriuretic response to torasemide like that to furosemide. In contrast, on the normal sodium diet, indomethacin failed to affect the natriuretic response to torasemide. Indomethacin reduced base-line and diuretic-induced increase in plasma renin activity, plasma angiotensin II levels and urinary excretion of prostaglandin 6-keto F1 alpha to a similar extent under the two sodium diets. ...
1. A novel vasoconstrictor peptide, neuropeptide Y (NPY), has been identified in considerable quantities in the renal artery and kidney. Within the kidney, NPY was confined to the cortex and corticomedullary interface, the regions where the juxtaglomerular apparatus is most numerous.. 2. In the isolated perfused rat kidney, NPY caused a prompt dose-dependent increase in perfusion pressure and reduction in flow, with only a small fall in glomerular filtration rate (GFR). In spite of the reduced renal perfusion, a dose-dependent natriuresis was observed. This response contrasts to the response of this preparation to noradrenaline, which causes sodium reabsorption.. 3. The presence of a potent vasoconstrictor and natriuretic peptide within the rat renovascular system suggests that it may play a significant role in the control of renal function.. ...
Level of salt intake has an important impact in patients with high blood pressure or congestive heart failure. Despite this there is no convenient way for doctors or patients to assess their salt intake other than diet recall, which is unreliable, or measurement of sodium excretion in a 24 hour collection of urine, which is very inconvenient. As a result, salt intake is not monitored in most patients.. 2 innovations might enable a more convenient assessment of salt intake. A titrator stick that measures chloride ion concentration (chloride and sodium concentrations correlate strongly with each other), and a titrator stick that measures urine creatinine. The latter enables estimation of 24 hour excretion from a single sample of urine. In assessing sodium intake, a measurement that provides an approximation of urine sodium intake would be of considerable clinical value. In this study, we shall compare the estimation of urine sodium excretion measured by a laboratory with estimation of sodium ...
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This gene encodes a serine/threonine protein kinase that plays an important role in cellular stress response. This kinase activates certain potassium, sodium, and chloride channels, suggesting an involvement in the regulation of processes such as cell survival, neuronal excitability, and renal sodium excretion. High levels of expression of this gene may contribute to conditions such as hypertension and diabetic nephropathy. Several alternatively spliced transcript variants encoding different isoforms have been noted for this gene. [provided by RefSeq, Jan 2009 ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Cardio-renal-endocrine dynamics during stepwise infusion of physiologic and pharmacologic concentrations of atrial natriuretic factor in the dog. AU - Zimmerman, R. S.. AU - Schirger, J. A.. AU - Edwards, B. S.. AU - Schwab, T. R.. AU - Heublein, D. M.. AU - Burnett, J. C.. PY - 1987/1/1. Y1 - 1987/1/1. N2 - Infusion of α-human-atrial natriuretic factor (α-h-ANF) into pentobarbitol anesthesized dogs (n = 10) at 0.0025, 0.005, 0.01, and 0.3 μg/kg/min was performed to differentiate the physiologic actions of atrial natriuretic factor from its pharmacologic actions. The lowest doses of atrial natriuretic factor infusion resulted in circulating levels that were previously produced by 0-10% saline volume expansion. At the lowest infusion rate, circulating ANF increased 31 ± 3 pg/ml, resulting in a significant increase in absolute sodium excretion, fractional excretion of sodium, and fractional excretion of lithium, and a significant decrease in urine osmolality. A greater change ...
the myoendocrine cellsin the atria of the mammalian heart synthesize and secrete a hormone called atrial natriuretic peptide (ANP), which causes natriuresis and diuresis. Pharmacological studies in...
Effects of a K+ channel blocker on glomerular filtration rate and electrolyte excretion in conscious rats were observed. Effects of K+ channel modulation on glomerular filtration rate and electrolyte excretion were studied using the adenosine-triphosphate- (ATP)-sensitive K+ channel blocker 4-morpholinecarboximidine-N-1-adamantyl-N-cyclohexylhydr ochloride (U-37883A) in conscious rats previously equipped with catheters for clearance studies. In saline-loaded rats, i.v. doses of U-37883A of 1.7, 5.0 and 15 mg/kg increased absolute and fractional Na+ excretion dose-dependently without changing K+ excretion. The glomerular filtration rate remained constant during diuresis. In water-loaded (hypotonic dextrose) rats, free-water clearance studies revealed that the ATP-sensitive K+ channel blocker significantly decreased an index of solute reabsorption (free-water clearance adjusted for chloride clearance) in the diluting segment during peak natriuretic activity. In addition, U-37883A significantly ...
Collectrin is an "orphan" member of the renin-angiotensin system with a previously unrecognized role in cardiovascular and renal physiology. We demonstrate that loss of collectrin results in hypertension, altered pressure natriuresis, and superoxide-dependent augmented salt sensitivity. We further demonstrate that deletion of collectrin results in endothelial dysfunction, which is associated with eNOS uncoupling, increased O2· − production, and decreased NO availability, likely as a result of impaired cellular uptake of l-arginine substrate. Our data suggest that collectrin plays a protective role against conditions that predispose to the hypertensive state by maintaining a balance of NO and O2· − through its role in facilitating the cellular uptake of l-arginine. It is worth noting that we previously reported that collectrin KO mice have normal development, are able to compensate for renal wasting of amino acids by increased liver synthesis of nonessential amino acids, and are able to ...
This trial investigated the sodium excretion of LCZ696 in patients with stable heart failure, in patients with hypertension, and in healthy volunteers.
This gene encodes a serine/threonine protein kinase that plays an important role in cellular stress response. This kinase activates certain potassium, sodium, and chloride channels, suggesting an involvement in the regulation of processes such as cell survival, neuronal excitability, and renal sodium excretion. High levels of expression of this gene may contribute to conditions such as hypertension and diabetic nephropathy. Several alternatively spliced transcript variants encoding different isoforms have been noted for this gene. [provided by RefSeq, Jan 2009 ...
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The effects of a stressful environmental stimulus (air stress) on mean arterial pressure, heart rate, renal sympathetic nerve activity, and renal function were studied in conscious deoxycorticosterone acetate-sodium chloride (DOCA-NaCl) hypertensive rats, sham DOCA-NaCl normotensive rats, and DOCA-NaCl rats with renal denervation. In conscious DOCA-NaCl hypertensive rats, air stress decreased urine flow rate [36% from 17.9 +/- 3.0 microliter X min-1 X 100 g body wt-1 (BW)], urinary sodium excretion (39% from 3.1 +/- 0.5 microeq X min-1 X 100 g BW-1), fractional water excretion (24% from 4.72 +/- 1.00%), and fractional sodium excretion (28% from 5.72 +/- 1.08%) and increased renal sympathetic nerve activity (94% from 8.3 +/- 0.6 integrator resets/min), but no changes occurred in glomerular filtration rate (-15% from 0.40 +/- 0.06 ml X min-1 X 100 g BW-1) or effective renal plasma flow (-7% from 2.50 +/- 0.53 ml X min-1 X 100 g BW-1). Air stress had no effect on these measures in conscious sham ...
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The results of this preliminary study confirm previous findings that preascitic cirrhotic patients have subtle sodium retention when placed on a 200 mmol sodium as opposed to a 100 mmol sodium per day intake,1 2 23 manifested as a reduced urinary sodium excretion, associated with suppression of systemic RAAS in the supine posture. The acute use of a low dose angiotensin II receptor antagonist resulted in normalisation of this subtle sodium handling abnormality in preascitic cirrhotic patients, despite unchanged renal and systemic haemodynamics.. A 200 mmol sodium per day diet was chosen for this study for several reasons. Preascitic cirrhotic patients have previously been shown to come into a steady state of subtle sodium retention after four days of this sodium intake,2 and therefore the study would not require a long run in period. Secondly, this level of sodium intake, although higher than that contained in the usual "no added salt diet of 100-130 mmol sodium per day" that the patients were ...
AIMS/HYPOTHESIS: Glitazones are powerful insulin sensitisers prescribed for the treatment of type 2 diabetes. Their use is, however, associated with fluid retention and an increased risk of congestive heart failure. We previously demonstrated that pioglitazone increases proximal sodium reabsorption in healthy volunteers. This study examines the effects of pioglitazone on renal sodium handling in individuals prone to insulin resistance, i.e. those with diabetes and/or hypertension. METHODS: In this double-blind randomised placebo-controlled four-way crossover study, we examined the effects of pioglitazone (45 mg daily during 6 weeks) or placebo on renal, systemic and hormonal responses to changes in sodium intake in 16 individuals, eight with type 2 diabetes and eight with hypertension ...
1. The purpose of the present investigation was to determine whether an abnormality of the renal papillary circulation is present in a well-established model of cirrhosis without ascites (carbon tetrachloride/phenobarbital).. 2. Compared with the control animals, cirrhotic rats showed a reduced diuretic (61.0 ±5.1 versus 18.0 ±2.5%) and natriuretic (67.8 ±8.3 versus 29.6 ±3.6%) response to a volume expansion (3% body weight infusion of 0.9% NaCl). The volume expansion-induced increase in renal interstitial hydrostatic pressure was also blunted in the cirrhotic rats (control 9.3 ±0.9 versus cirrhotic 6.1±1.0 mmHg) and there were no differences in mean arterial blood pressure, renal blood flow or glomerular filtration rate between control and cirrhotic animals.. 3. Papillary plasma flow was determined by the 125I-albumin accumulation technique and expressed as mlmin−1100 g−1. In the basal state, papillary plasma flow was significantly lower in cirrhotic rats (59.1 ±4.4, n = 9) than in ...
One of the most common causes of a falsely elevated fractional excretion of sodium is diuretics. Diuretics directly increase sodium excretion, increasing the FENa without regard to natural renal sodium handling. The fractional excretion of urea circumvents this by measuring renal handling of urea, a molecule not affected by diuretics. With decreasing renal blood flow the kidney autoregulates to maintain a stable GFR. One of the results for this autoregulation is an increase in the fraction of renal plasma flow that is filtered through the glomerulus, the filtration fraction. The increased filtration fraction means that the serum albumin, which is not filtered, is dissolved in less plasma so is found at a greater concentration and thus exerts increased osmotic pressure drawing water, sodium and urea from the proximal tubule back to the blood. This lowers the excretion of urea. This decreased clearance of urea with decreased effective circulating volume decreases the fractional excretion of urea ...
The physiological actions of the atrial peptide system are discussed in relation to its potential role in the aetiology and treatment of hypertension and congestive heart failure (CHF). Atrial natriuretic factor (ANF) exerts marked natriuretic, diure
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Hypoxanthine plus xanthine oxidase causes profound natriuresis without affecting renal blood flow autoregulation. Background Enhanced superoxide production by xanthine oxidase in ischemia/reperfusion has been implicated in structural damage. The reperfusion phase is accompanied by decreased tubular sodium reabsorption, which has been partly attributed to enhanced action of . In the present study we assessed whether intrarenal increases of accomplished by concomitant intrarenal hypoxanthine and intravenous xanthine oxidase (HX/XO) infusion would decrease or increase sodium excretion, and whether HX/XO infusion could be responsible for the diminished efficacy of renal blood flow (RBF) autoregulation in ischemia/reperfusion. Methods In the first group of Sprague-Dawley rats, renal sodium handling was measured before and during infusion. In the second group, renal hemodynamics and RBF autoregulation were assessed. Results Intrarenal infusion dramatically increased urine flow from 14.5 2.0 L/min to ...
Plasma atrial natriuretic peptide in essential hypertension: effects of changes in dietary sodium. Sagnella, Giuseppe A.; Markandu, Nirmala D.; Buckley, Martin G.; Singer, Donald R.J.; Sugden, A. Louise; Shore, Angela C.; MacGregor, Graham A. // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);8/15/1987, Vol. 295 Issue 6595, p417 Examines the plasma atrial natriuretic peptide in essential hypertension. Effects of changes in dietary intake on plasma atrial peptides; Occurrence of change in plasma concentration of atrial peptide values during the transfer from normal to high sodium diet; Correlation between the fall in... ...
Atrial natriuretic peptide (ANP) is a peptide hormone which reduces an expanded extracellular fluid (ECF) volume by increasing renal sodium excretion. ANP is synthesized, and secreted by cardiac muscle cells in the walls of the atria in the heart. These cells contain volume receptors which respond to increased stretching of the atrial wall due to increased atrial blood volume. ANP is one of a family of nine natriuretic peptides: seven are atrial in origin. ANP acts on the kidney to increase sodium and water excretion (natriuresis) in the following ways: 1) it dilates the glomerular afferent and constrict efferent arterioles, and relaxes the mesangial cells. This increases pressure in the glomerular capillaries, increasing the glomerular filtration rate (GFR), resulting in an increased amount of sodium and water being filtered and excreted. 2) It increases blood flow through the vasa recta, which washes the solutes sodium chloride (NaCl) and urea out of the medullary interstitium - the lower ...
திறன்மிகு நாள விரிப்பியான (Vasodilator) இதயியச் சோடியச்சிறுநீர்மைப் புரதக்கூறு [Atrial natriuretic peptide; (ANP), atrial natriuretic factor; (ANF), atrial natriuretic hormone; (ANH), Cardionatrine, Cardiodilatine; (CDD), atriopeptin], இதயத்தசைச் செல்களால் சுரக்கப்படும் புரதக்கூற்று இயக்குநீராகும்[2][3][4]. இப்புரதக்கூறானது உடலின் நீர், சோடியம், பொட்டாசியம், கொழுப்புத் திசுக்களில் உள்ள கொழுப்பு ஆகியவற்றின் சமநிலையைக் கட்டுபடுத்துவதில் ஈடுபட்டுள்ளது; இரத்தத்தின் கன அளவு ...
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antiarrhythmic peptide: atrial peptide from bovine atria; hexapeptide composed of hydroxyproline(1), proline(1), glycine(3) & alanine(1); both N-terminal & carboxy-terminal residues are glycine
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