The papers about hypertension in Pubmed were retrieved, and Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) in retrieved papers were analyzed (word frequency analysis, clustering analysis, co-word network graph), it suggested that the current hypertension receptor research hotspots had focus on Angiotensin receptor, adrenergic β receptor, endothelin receptor, mineralocorticoid receptor, also the most importance of which was the angiotensin receptor.
Hypertension Receptor Word frequency analysis Clustering analysis Co-word network graph Angiotensin receptor
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