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  • n. Plural form of kinin.

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Examples

  • The molecules of the kinins are simpler than are those of the gastrointestinal hormones.

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  • Even with the structure in hand, they can't tell exactly how the kinins bring about the effects they do.

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  • Eventually, bradykinin, kallidin, and all similar hormones were grouped under the name kinins.

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  • (The kinins, described on page 22, have some effect similar to histamine.)

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  • There are kinins, ready made, in the venom of the wasp.

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  • Interestingly, ACE inhibitors, which inhibit Ang II production from Ang I, also increase the levels of kinins, which are normally degraded by ACE.

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  • Interestingly, the up-regulation in the gene expression of B1 and B2 receptors was positively correlated to pain intensity only after ketorolac treatment, signifying an interaction between prostaglandins and kinins in the inflammatory pain process.

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  • Subject: Role of kinins in modulating pathological activation of spinal motor circuits by pain afferents during early development.

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  • Dr. Whelan's research explores the role of kinins in modulating pathological activation of spinal motor circuits by pain afferents during early development.

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  • Less similar respiratory cheap vasotec buy side problems have included rhinorrhea, which is thought to worsen third to the therapy of anemia on beginning kinins.

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