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Published since 1929, this monthly journal reports current research in all aspects of physiology, nutrition, pharmacology, and toxicology, contributed by recognized experts and scientists. It publishes symposium reviews and award lectures and occasionally dedicates entire issues or portions of issues to subjects of special interest to its international readership.

Publisher: NRC Research Press

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Volume 80, Number 4, April 2002

Preface / Préface
pp. ii-ii(1)

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Expression of tissue kallikrein mRNA in developing rat brains
pp. 245-248(4)
Authors: Iwadate, H.; Kudo, M.; Kizuki, K.

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Autoradiographic detection of kinin receptors in the human medulla of control, hypertensive, and diabetic donors
pp. 249-257(9)
Authors: Buck, H.D.S.; Ongali, B.; Thibault, G.; Lindsey, C.J.; Couture, R.

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Kinin B1 and B2 receptor mRNA expression in the hypothalamus of spontaneously hypertensive rats
pp. 258-263(6)
Authors: Qadri, F.; Häuser, W.; Jöhren, O.; Dominiak, P.

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The bradykinin B1 receptor antagonist B9858 inhibits a nociceptive spinal reflex in rabbits
pp. 264-268(5)
Authors: Mason, G.S.; Cumberbatch, M.J.; Hill, R.G.; Rupniak, N.M.

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Bradykinin-related compounds as new drugs for cancer and inflammation
pp. 275-280(6)
Authors: Stewart, J.M.; Gera, L.; Chan, D.C.; Bunn Jr., P.A.; York, E.J.; Simkeviciene, V.; Helfrich, B.

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Pharmacological characterisation of novel kinin B2 receptor ligands
pp. 281-286(6)
Authors: Camarda, V.; Rizzi, A.; Calò, G.; Wirth, K.; Regoli, D.

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Kinin B1 receptor antagonists with multi-enzymatic resistance properties
pp. 287-292(6)
Authors: Neugebauer, W.; Blais, P.A.; Hallé, S.; Filteau, C.; Regoli, D.; Gobeil Jr., F.

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Preliminary mutational analysis of the human kinin B2 receptor for nonpeptide antagonist ligands recognition
pp. 303-309(7)
Authors: Meini, S.; Cucchi, P.; Zappitelli, S.; Rotondaro, L.; Quartara, L.; Giolitti, A.; Maggi, C.A.

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Cardiovascular effects of peptide kinin B2 receptor antagonists in rats
pp. 310-322(13)
Authors: Ricci, R.; Carini, F.; Quartara, L.; Guelfi, M.; Maggi, C.A.; Lecci, A.; Tramontana, M.; Meini, S.; Giuliani, S.; Montserrat, X.; Pascual, J.; Fabbri, G.

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Bradykinin B2 receptor gene polymorphism is associated with altered urinary albumin/creatinine values in diabetic patients
pp. 323-327(5)
Authors: Maltais, I.; Bachvarova, M.; Maheux, P.; Perron, P.; Marceau, F.; Bachvarov, D.

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Induction of B1 receptors in streptozotocin diabetic rats: possible involvement in the control of hyperglycemia-induced glomerular Erk 1 and 2 phosphorylation
pp. 328-333(6)
Authors: Mage, M.; Pécher, C.; Neau, E.; Cellier, E.; Dos Reiss, M.L.; Schanstra, J.P.; Couture, R.; Bascands, J-L.; Girolami, J-P.

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Diabetes-induced changes in responsiveness of rat bladder and vas deferens to peptides in vitro: susceptibility to reversal by insulin
pp. 334-340(7)
Authors: Cardozo, A.H.; Cabrini, D.A.; Campos, M.M.; Rae, G.A.; Huidobro-Toro, J.P.; Calixto, J.B.

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B2 receptor activation reduces Erk1 and Erk2 phosphorylation induced by insulin-like growth factor-1, platelet-derived growth factor-BB, and high glucose in rat isolated glomeruli
pp. 341-345(5)
Authors: Cellier, E.; Duchêne, J.; Pécher, C.; Alric, C.; Bascands, J-L.; Schanstra, J.P.; Girolami, J-P.

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ACEH/ACE2 is a novel mammalian metallocarboxypeptidase and a homologue of angiotensin-converting enzyme insensitive to ACE inhibitors
pp. 346-353(8)
Authors: Turner, A.J.; Tipnis, S.R.; Guy, J.L.; Rice, G.I.; Hooper, N.M.

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ACE inhibition and atherogenesis
pp. 354-359(6)
Authors: Schölkens, B.A.; Landgraf, W.

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