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Corticosteroid reception in heart and blood vessel tissues of normotensive and hypertensive rats



Corticosteroid reception in heart and blood vessel tissues of normotensive and hypertensive rats



Eesti Teaduste Akadeemia Toimetised Bioloogia 39(4): 277-279



Data were presented on the receptor binding of corticosteroid in the blood vessel and heart cells of normotensive and hypertensive rats. The study was conducted with rat aortic arch, abdominal artery, atrium and ventricle. Corticosteroid binding varied with the tissue. The differences were mainly in the number of cytosol receptors capable to interact with hormones. The atrium was characterized by the lowest hormonal reception. The ventricles were able to bind almost twice as much of corticosteroid hormones.

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