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Studies on smooth muscle active substances in human amniotic fluid



Studies on smooth muscle active substances in human amniotic fluid



International symposium on vaso-active polypeptides: Bradykinin in related kinins August, 1966 Ribeirao Preto, Sao Paulo, Brazil 113-117



One of the active principles responsible for the biological activity of human amniotic fluid is a polypeptide identical (or closely related to) with bradykinin. Bradykininogen is present in human amniotic fluid. The presence of other active principles is not excluded. Bradykinin is only part of the total biological activity of human amniotic fluid.

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