The Problem of Latency at Bradykinin and Some Analogues
The polypeptide bradykinin possesses a strong characteristical slow smooth muscle stimulating activity. In the most cases its action is evident after a defined period of time — its latency. Because of their latency and the character of contraction bradykinin and angiotensin are signified as typically slow reacting substances in contrast to acetylcholine, histamine and serotonin, which are characterized as fast reacting agents. Eledoisin, a tachykinin, is standing between both groups (Wiegershausen and Deptalla 1969).
KeywordsBonding Force Barium Chloride Induce Contraction Drug Receptor Interaction Calcium Administration
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