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The effect of an acute increase in renal perfusion pressure on urinary sodium water and kallikrein excretion in young spontaneously hypertensive rats



The effect of an acute increase in renal perfusion pressure on urinary sodium water and kallikrein excretion in young spontaneously hypertensive rats



Japanese Heart Journal 22(3): 470




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