bradykinin


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bradykinin

[¦brād·i′kī·nən]
(biochemistry)
C50H73N15O11 A polypeptide kinin; forms an amorphous precipitate in glacial acetic acid; released from plasma precursors by plasmin; acts as a vasodilator. Also known as callideic I; kallidin I.
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ACE inhibition and glucose transport in insulin resistant muscle: Roles of bradykinin and nitric oxide.
As noted, bradykinin B2 receptors are upregulated in dying neurons [1].
The novel antimicrobial peptide Caeridin-a1, melittin, and bradykinin were tested in the membrane permeability studies.
Kjaer, "Exercise-induced increase in interstitial bradykinin and adenosine concentrations in skeletal muscle and peritendinous tissue in humans," Journal of Physiology, vol.
Pruneau et al., "Release of bradykinin and expression of kinin B2 receptors in the brain: role for cell death and brain edema formation after focal cerebral ischemia in mice," Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism, vol.
Backus et al., "Lack of both bradykinin B1 and B2 receptors enhances nephropathy, neuropathy, and bone mineral loss in Akita diabetic mice," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol.
Klk1 is a serine protease that cleaves high and low molecular weight kininogens to generate kinins and bradykinin [18].
While functional anti-FceRIa and anti-lgE have the potential to play a role in histamine-mediated angioedema, C1 inhibitor (INH) deficiency or dysfunction, sometimes due to anti-C1 INH, plays a role in bradykinin (BK)-mediated angioedema.
RUCONEST addresses the cause of HAE attacks by increasing C1-INH in the plasma to normal levels and by stopping the production of kallikrein, an enzyme that activates bradykinin and causes blood vessels to leak.
The chemical released in the early phase (neurogenic phase) are the bradykinin and substance P.
Abbreviations SNP - single nucleotide polymorphism ACE - angiotensin converting enzyme ACTN3 - alpha actinin 3 BRDKB2 - bradykinin receptor B2 GWAS - genome-wide association studies BASES - British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences DNA - deoxyribonucleic acid The aim of training is achieving biological adaptation of the organism in line with its genetic potential, in order to accomplish specific tasks, with increased load.