natriuretic hormone

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Neural-natriuretic hormone interactions

Natriuretic Peptides—A New Class of Plant Hormone?

Endothelin as a natriuretic hormone: the case for a paracrine action mediated by nitric oxide

N-terminal pro brain natriuretic hormone in Fontan patients: heart failure or circulatory failure?

450 Adult patients with Ebstein anomaly-cardiopulmonary exercise test and natriuretic hormone type B

544 Cardiac natriuretic hormones are related to neuro-hormones and stress-activated cytokines in patients with heart failure

Up-regulation of ‘clearance’ receptors in patients with chronic heart failure: a possible explanation for the resistance to biological effects of cardiac natriuretic hormones

The paradox of increased natriuretic hormones in congestive heart failure patients: Does the endocrine heart also fail in heart failure?

Endocrinology: Vasopressin and atrial natriuretic hormone response to hypertonic saline during the follicular and luteal phases of the menstrual cycle

526 N-terminal B-type natriuretic peptide, but not the putative cardiac hormone relaxin, predicts adverse outcome in patients with chronic heart failure

645 Increased chemoceptive sensitivity to carbon dioxide during Cheyne-Stokes respiration in chronic heart failure is associated with adrenergic and cardiac natriuretic hormone

265 Correlation of hyponatremia with plasma renin activity antidiuretic hormone and brain natriuretic peptide in chronic heart failure

Cognitive Functioning in Coronary Artery Disease Patients: Associations with Thyroid Hormones, N-Terminal Pro-B-Type Natriuretic Peptide and High-Sensitivity C-Reactive Protein

506 Day-time Cheyne-Stokes respiration is associated with adrenergic activation and increase in A-type and B-type natriuretic hormones in chronic heart failure


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Any peptide present in plasma or urine that is capable of stimulating sodium excretion by the kidney and of inhibiting membrane Na+, K+‐ATPase in cells from kidney and some other tissues. See natriuretic peptide.


Subjects: Chemistry.

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