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Vasopressin binds to microvessels from rat hippocampus.

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Vasopressin binds to microvessels from rat hippocampus. / Kretzschmar, R; Landgraf, R; Gjedde, A; Ermisch, A.

I: Brain Research, Bind 380, Nr. 2, 1986, s. 325-30.

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Kretzschmar, R, Landgraf, R, Gjedde, A & Ermisch, A 1986, 'Vasopressin binds to microvessels from rat hippocampus.', Brain Research, bind 380, nr. 2, s. 325-30.

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Kretzschmar, R., Landgraf, R., Gjedde, A., & Ermisch, A. (1986). Vasopressin binds to microvessels from rat hippocampus. Brain Research, 380(2), 325-30.

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Kretzschmar R, Landgraf R, Gjedde A, Ermisch A. Vasopressin binds to microvessels from rat hippocampus. Brain Research. 1986;380(2):325-30.

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Kretzschmar, R ; Landgraf, R ; Gjedde, A ; Ermisch, A. / Vasopressin binds to microvessels from rat hippocampus. I: Brain Research. 1986 ; Bind 380, Nr. 2. s. 325-30.

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abstract = "Recent evidence suggests that vasopressin may influence the permeability of the endothelium of brain capillaries. We measured the binding of [125I]arginine-8-vasopressin ([125I]AVP) to microvessels isolated from different regions of the rat brain. The study revealed saturable and specific binding of [125I]AVP to microvessels isolated from hippocampus. Scatchard analysis confirmed a single class of high affinity sites with an equilibrium dissociation constant, Kd, of 3.2 nM and an apparent maximal binding capacity of 205 fmol/mg protein. No binding was observed to microvessels from neocortex and striatum.",
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N2 - Recent evidence suggests that vasopressin may influence the permeability of the endothelium of brain capillaries. We measured the binding of [125I]arginine-8-vasopressin ([125I]AVP) to microvessels isolated from different regions of the rat brain. The study revealed saturable and specific binding of [125I]AVP to microvessels isolated from hippocampus. Scatchard analysis confirmed a single class of high affinity sites with an equilibrium dissociation constant, Kd, of 3.2 nM and an apparent maximal binding capacity of 205 fmol/mg protein. No binding was observed to microvessels from neocortex and striatum.

AB - Recent evidence suggests that vasopressin may influence the permeability of the endothelium of brain capillaries. We measured the binding of [125I]arginine-8-vasopressin ([125I]AVP) to microvessels isolated from different regions of the rat brain. The study revealed saturable and specific binding of [125I]AVP to microvessels isolated from hippocampus. Scatchard analysis confirmed a single class of high affinity sites with an equilibrium dissociation constant, Kd, of 3.2 nM and an apparent maximal binding capacity of 205 fmol/mg protein. No binding was observed to microvessels from neocortex and striatum.

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