Role Of Endogenous Epinephrine In The Development Of Experimental Hypertension
The latest in a series presenting reports of Soviet medical research to western scientists who do not read Russian. Of the five papers, two consider approaches to developing antiatherosclerotic drugs; the others consider the role of endogenous epinephrine in developing experimental hypertension, regional peculiarities of vascular effects of opiod peptides and endothelin, and the clinical efficacy of antiarrhythmics. Each article is abstracted. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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