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    1. Nagashima, K; Wu, JC; Kavouras, SA; Mack, GW
      Increased renal tubular sodium reabsorption during exercise-induced hypervolemia in humans

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    2. Hably, C; Vag, J; Tost, H; Csabai, Z; Bartha, J
      Intrarenal distribution of blood flow in sodium depleted and sodium loadedrats: Role of nitric oxide

      KIDNEY & BLOOD PRESSURE RESEARCH
    3. Shah, SMA; Luby, S; Rahbar, M; Khan, AW; McCormick, JB
      Hypertension and its determinants among adults in high mountain villages of the Northern Areas of Pakistan

      JOURNAL OF HUMAN HYPERTENSION
    4. Schnermann, J
      Cyclooxygenase-2 and macula densa control of renin secretion

      NEPHROLOGY DIALYSIS TRANSPLANTATION
    5. Weber, DS; Lombard, JH
      Angiotensin II AT(1) receptors preserve vasodilator reactivity in skeletalmuscle resistance arteries

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    6. Ferreira, A; Bettencourt, P; Pestana, M; Correia, F; Serrao, P; Martins, L; Cerqueira-Gomes, M; Soares-da-Silva, P
      Heart failure, aging, and renal synthesis of dopamine

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF KIDNEY DISEASES
    7. MacGregor, GA
      Blood pressure: Importance of the kidney and the need to reduce salt intake

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF KIDNEY DISEASES
    8. Maduell, F; Navarro, Y
      Salt intake evaluation in hemodialysis patients

      NEFROLOGIA
    9. Ferreira, A; Bettencourt, P; Dias, P; Pestana, M; Serrao, P; Soares-da-Silva, P; Cerqueira-Gomes, M
      Neurohormonal activation, the renal dopaminergic system and sodium handling in patients with severe heart failure under vasodilator therapy

      CLINICAL SCIENCE
    10. Tuomilehto, J; Jousilahti, P; Rastenyte, D; Moltchanov, V; Tanskanen, A; Pietinen, P; Nissinen, A
      Urinary sodium excretion and cardiovascular mortality in Finland: a prospective study

      LANCET
    11. Cappuccio, FP
      Thiazide use and reduced sodium intake for prevention of osteoporosis

      JAMA-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
    12. Puchalski, RB; Kelly, E; Bachmanov, AA; Brazier, SP; Kuang, JB; Arrighi, I; Barhanin, J; Tordoff, MG
      NaCl consumption is attenuated in female KCNE1 null mutant mice

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    13. Tordoff, MG
      Calcium: Taste, intake, and appetite

      PHYSIOLOGICAL REVIEWS
    14. Ma, XL; Gao, F; Nelson, AH; Lopez, BL; Christopher, TA; Yue, TL; Barone, FC
      Oxidative inactivation of nitric oxide and endothelial dysfunction in stroke-prone spontaneous hypertensive rats

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    15. van Lieshout, JJ; ten Harkel, ADJ; Wieling, W
      Fludrocortisone and sleeping in the head-up position limit the postural decrease in cardiac output in autonomic failure

      CLINICAL AUTONOMIC RESEARCH
    16. Macnair, AL
      Is inactivity the origin of essential hypertension: should we all be runners?

      NEPHROLOGY DIALYSIS TRANSPLANTATION
    17. Butt, AN; Tennant, BP; Gillingwater, SD; Shepherd, PS; Swaminathan, R
      Binding of ouabain and human ouabainlike substance to different Na+,K+-ATPase isoforms

      Hypertension research
    18. Frisbee, JC; Lombard, JH
      Short-term angiotensin converting enzyme inhibition reduces basal tone anddilator reactivity in skeletal muscle arterioles

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    19. Nedvidek, J; Zicha, J
      Baroreflex control of heart rate in young and adult salt hypertensive inbred Dahl rats

      PHYSIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    20. Folkow, B
      Man's two environments and disorders of civilization: Aspects on prevention

      BLOOD PRESSURE
    21. Vieira-Coelho, MA; Serrao, P; Guimaraes, JT; Pestana, M; Soares-Da-Silva, P
      Concerted action of dopamine on renal and intestinal Na+-K+-ATPase in the rat remnant kidney

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-RENAL PHYSIOLOGY
    22. Heer, M; Baisch, F; Kropp, J; Gerzer, R; Drummer, C
      High dietary sodium chloride consumption may not induce body fluid retention in humans

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-RENAL PHYSIOLOGY
    23. Martini, LA; Cuppari, L; Colugnati, FAB; Sigulem, DM; Szejnfeld, VL; Schor, N; Heilberg, IP
      High sodium chloride intake is associated with low bone density in calciumstone-forming patients

      CLINICAL NEPHROLOGY
    24. Lip, GYH; Felmeden, DC; Li-Saw-Hee, FL; Beevers, DG
      Hypertensive heart disease - A complex syndrome or a hypertensive 'cardiomyopathy'?

      EUROPEAN HEART JOURNAL
    25. McCaughey, SA; Tordoff, MG
      Calcium-deprived rats sham-drink CaCl2 and NaCl

      APPETITE
    26. Chobanian, AV; Hill, M
      National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute workshop on sodium and blood pressure - A critical review of current scientific evidence

      HYPERTENSION
    27. Chan, TYK; Critchley, JAJH; Ho, CS; Tomlinson, B; Chan, JCN; Poon, EWM; Lee, ZSK; Critchley, LAH; Swaminathan, R
      Renal kallikrein-kinin system, but not renal dopamine system, mediates thenatriuretic response to intravenous saline infusion in healthy Chinese subjects

      JOURNAL OF AUTONOMIC PHARMACOLOGY
    28. Ferreira, A; Bettencourt, P; Pestana, M; Oliveira, N; Serrao, P; Maciel, MJ; Cerqueira-Gomes, M; Soares-da-Silva, P
      Renal synthesis of dopamine in asymptomatic post-infarction left ventricular systolic dysfunction

      CLINICAL SCIENCE
    29. Nora, EH; Tonellato, PJ; Greene, AS
      Quantification of the contribution of type 1 and type 2 angiotensin II receptors to the net tissue specific effect of angiotensin II

      ANNALS OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
    30. Simpson, SJ; Raubenheimer, D
      The hungry locust

      ADVANCES IN THE STUDY OF BEHAVIOR, VOL. 29
    31. Rutkoski, NJ; Levenson, CW
      Self-selection of copper-containing diets by copper-deficient and overloaded rats

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    32. Luippold, G; Benohr, P; Piesch, C; Heyne, N; Muhlbauer, B
      Urinary dopamine excretion in healthy volunteers: effect of sodium diet and acute water load

      PFLUGERS ARCHIV-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    33. Weisinger, RS; Blair-West, JR; Burns, P; Denton, DA; McKinley, MJ; Purcell, B; Vale, W; Rivier, J; Sunagawa, K
      The inhibitory effect of hormones associated with stress on Na appetite ofsheep

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    34. Frisbee, JC; Lombard, JH
      Alterations in skeletal muscle microvascular hematocrit with short-term reduced renal mass hypertension

      MICROVASCULAR RESEARCH
    35. Kaplan, NM
      The dietary guideline for sodium: should we shake it up? No

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION
    36. Lucas-Teixeira, V; Serrao, MP; Soares-Da-Silva, P
      Effect of salt intake on jejunal dopamine, Na+,K+-ATPase activity and electrolyte transport

      ACTA PHYSIOLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    37. Yoshida, M; Koyama, H; Moji, K; Aoyagi, K; Takemoto, T; Suzuki, S; Satoh, H
      Daily response of blood pressure to day-to-day variation of urinary sodiumto potassium ratio

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL HYPERTENSION
    38. Cutler, JA
      The effects of reducing sodium and increasing potassium intake for controlof hypertension and improving health

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL HYPERTENSION
    39. Pradervand, S; Wang, Q; Burnier, M; Beermann, F; Horisberger, JD; Hummler, E; Rossier, BC
      A mouse model for Liddle's syndrome

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF NEPHROLOGY
    40. Jordan, J; Shannon, JR; Pohar, B; Paranjape, SY; Robertson, D; Robertson, RM; Biaggioni, I
      Contrasting effects of vasodilators on blood pressure and sodium balance in the hypertension of autonomic failure

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF NEPHROLOGY
    41. Gerdts, E; Lund-Johansen, P; Omvik, P
      Reproducibility of salt sensitivity testing using a dietary approach in essential hypertension

      JOURNAL OF HUMAN HYPERTENSION
    42. Conlin, PR; Moore, TJ; Williams, GH; Hollenberg, NK
      Altered sodium perception in essential hypertensive patients following rapid volume expansion

      JOURNAL OF HUMAN HYPERTENSION
    43. Frisbee, JC; Weber, DS; Lombard, JH
      Chronic captopril administration decreases vasodilator responses in skeletal muscle arterioles

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    44. Cheung, BMY; Leung, R; Shiu, S; Tan, KCB; Lau, CP; Kumana, CR
      HpaII polymorphism in the atrial natriuretic peptide gene and hypertension

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    45. Kone, BC; Higham, S
      Nitric oxide inhibits transcription of the Na+-K+-ATPase alpha 1-subunit gene in an MTAL cell line

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-RENAL PHYSIOLOGY
    46. Holler, C; Abrahamian, H; Auinger, M
      Influence of diet on microalbuminuria in type 1 diabetic persons: Prospective evaluation over 5 years

      ACTA MEDICA AUSTRIACA
    47. Zou, AP; Wu, F; Li, PL; Cowley, AW
      Effect of chronic salt loading on adenosine metabolism and receptor expression in renal cortex and medulla in rats

      HYPERTENSION
    48. He, JA; Ogden, LG; Vupputuri, S; Bazzano, LA; Loria, C; Whelton, PK
      Dietary sodium intake and subsequent risk of cardiovascular disease in overweight adults

      JAMA-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
    49. Peat, JK; Li, J
      Reversing the trend: Reducing the prevalence of asthma

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    50. De Luca, LA; De Souza, RLN; Yada, MM; Meyer, EW
      Sedation and need-free salt intake in rats treated with clonidine

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    51. Crystal, SR; Bowen, DJ; Bernstein, IL
      Morning sickness and salt intake, food cravings, and food aversions

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    52. Hollenberg, NK; Rivera, A; Meinking, T; Martinez, G; McCullough, M; Passan, D; Preston, M; Taplin, D; Vicaria-Clement, M
      Age, renal perfusion and function in island-dwelling indigenous Kuna Amerinds of Panama

      NEPHRON
    53. Laakso, J; Vaskonen, T; Mervaala, E; Vapaatalo, H; Lapatto, R
      Inhibition of nitric oxide synthase induces renal xanthine oxidoreductase activity in spontaneously hypertensive rats

      LIFE SCIENCES
    54. Raubenheimer, D; Simpson, SJ
      Integrating nutrition: a geometrical approach

      ENTOMOLOGIA EXPERIMENTALIS ET APPLICATA
    55. He, J; Whelton, PK
      What is the role of dietary sodium and potassium in hypertension and target organ injury?

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF THE MEDICAL SCIENCES
    56. Dantonello, TM; Kuster, E; Muhlbauer, B
      Urinary dopamine and renal handling of L-DOPA in fasted spontaneously hypertensive rats

      KIDNEY & BLOOD PRESSURE RESEARCH
    57. Greene, AS
      Life and death in the microcirculation: a role for angiotensin II

      MICROCIRCULATION-LONDON
    58. SAKAI T; IDEISHI M; MIURA S; MAEDA H; TASHIRO E; KOGA M; KINOSHITA A; SASAGURI M; TANAKA H; SHINDO M; ARAKAWA K
      MILD EXERCISE ACTIVATES RENAL DOPAMINE SYSTEM IN MILD HYPERTENSIVES

      Journal of human hypertension
    59. Nursten, HE
      Derek Land's contribution to food science, with particular reference to the Journal

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    60. MENANI JV; DELUCA LA; JOHNSON AK
      LATERAL PARABRACHIAL NUCLEUS SEROTONERGIC MECHANISMS AND SALT APPETITE INDUCED BY SODIUM DEPLETION

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    61. KRIER JD; ROMERO JC
      SYSTEMIC INHIBITION OF NITRIC-OXIDE AND PROSTAGLANDINS IN VOLUME-INDUCED NATRIURESIS AND HYPERTENSION

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    62. TORDOFF MG; HUGHES RL; PILCHAK DM
      CALCIUM INTAKE BY RATS - INFLUENCE OF PARATHYROID-HORMONE, CALCITONIN, AND 1,25-DIHYDROXYVITAMIN-D

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    63. SAAD WA; CAMARGO LAD; ANTUNESRODRIGUES J; SIMOES S
      EFFECT OF ELECTROLYTIC AND CHEMICAL LESION BY IBOTENIC ACID OF THE SEPTAL AREA ON WATER AND SALT INTAKE

      Brain research bulletin
    64. LEENEN FHH; YUAN BX
      DIETARY-SODIUM-INDUCED CARDIAC REMODELING IN SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RAT VERSUS WISTAR-KYOTO RAT

      Journal of hypertension
    65. Ledingham, JM; Laverty, R
      Renal afferent arteriolar structure in the genetically hypertensive (GH) rat and the ability of losartan and enalapril to cause structural remodelling

      JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    66. DECARO G; POLIDORI C; BELTZ TG; JOHNSON AK
      AREA POSTREMA, LATERAL PARABRACHIAL NUCLEUS, AND THE ANTINATRIOREXIC EFFECT OF BOMBESIN

      Peptides (New York, N.Y. 1980)
    67. LANGENFELD RW; SCHOBEL H; VEELKEN R; WEIHPRECHT H; SCHMIEDER RE
      IMPACT OF DIETARY-SODIUM INTAKE ON LEFT-VENTRICULAR DIASTOLIC FILLINGIN EARLY ESSENTIAL-HYPERTENSION

      European heart journal
    68. GU JW; ANAND V; SHEK EW; MOORE MC; BRADY AL; KELLY WC; ADAIR TH
      SODIUM INDUCES HYPERTROPHY OF CULTURED MYOCARDIAL MYOBLASTS AND VASCULAR SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS

      Hypertension
    69. QIU CB; MUCHANT D; BEIERWALTES WH; RACUSEN L; BAYLIS C
      EVOLUTION OF CHRONIC NITRIC-OXIDE INHIBITION HYPERTENSION - RELATIONSHIP TO RENAL-FUNCTION

      Hypertension
    70. BATAINEH A; RAIJ L
      ANGIOTENSIN-II, NITRIC-OXIDE, AND END-ORGAN DAMAGE IN HYPERTENSION

      Kidney international
    71. WILCOX CS; WELCH WJ
      MACULA DENSA NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE - EXPRESSION, REGULATION, AND FUNCTION

      Kidney international
    72. HAMET P; PAUSOVA Z; DUMAS P; SUN YL; TREMBLAY J; PRAVENEC M; KUNES J; KRENOVA D; KREN V
      NEWBORN AND ADULT RECOMBINANT INBRED STRAINS - A TOOL TO SEARCH FOR GENETIC-DETERMINANTS OF TARGET ORGAN DAMAGE IN HYPERTENSION

      Kidney international
    73. SASAKI S; YANAGIBORI R; AMANO K
      VALIDITY OF A SELF-ADMINISTERED DIET HISTORY QUESTIONNAIRE FOR ASSESSMENT OF SODIUM AND POTASSIUM - COMPARISON WITH SINGLE 24-HOUR URINARY-EXCRETION

      Japanese Circulation Journal
    74. WAGNER C; KURTZ A
      POSITIVE FEEDBACK-REGULATION OF ANGIOTENSIN-II AT(1B) RECEPTOR GENE-EXPRESSION IN RAT ADRENAL-GLANDS

      Pflugers Archiv
    75. JUST A; KIRCHHEIM HR; EHMKE H
      BUFFERING OF BLOOD-PRESSURE VARIABILITY BY THE RENIN-ANGIOTENSIN SYSTEM IN THE CONSCIOUS DOG

      Journal of physiology
    76. TORDOFF MG; RABUSA SH
      CALCIUM-DEPRIVED RATS AVOID SWEET COMPOUNDS

      The Journal of nutrition
    77. POLIDORI C; CICCOCIOPPO R; NISATO D; CAZAUBON C; MASSI M
      EVALUATION OF THE ABILITY OF IRBESARTAN TO CROSS THE BLOOD-BRAIN-BARRIER FOLLOWING ACUTE INTRAGASTRIC TREATMENT

      European journal of pharmacology
    78. ENNEZAT PV; HOULE R; HELOIRE F; TOLLE V; SU JB; COHEN A; CASTAIGNE A; HITTINGER L
      EFFECTS OF HIGH SODIUM-INTAKE ON VENTRICULAR REMODELING IN MICE

      Archives des maladies du coeur et des vaisseaux
    79. ANTUNESRODRIGUES J; FAVARETTO ALV; GUTKOWSKA J; MCCANN SM
      THE NEUROENDOCRINE CONTROL OF ATRIAL-NATRIURETIC-PEPTIDE RELEASE

      Molecular psychiatry
    80. LUCAS LR; POMPEI P; MCEWEN BS
      EFFECTS OF DEOXYCORTICOSTERONE ACETATE AND DIAZEPAM ON NEUROPEPTIDERGIC NEURONS IN RAT STRIATUM

      NeuroReport
    81. RAUBENHEIMER D; SIMPSON SJ
      INTEGRATIVE MODELS OF NUTRIENT BALANCING - APPLICATION TO INSECTS ANDVERTEBRATES

      Nutrition research reviews
    82. JONES G; BEARD T; PARAMESWARAN V; GREENAWAY T; VONWITT R
      A POPULATION-BASED STUDY OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SALT INTAKE, BONE-RESORPTION AND BONE MASS

      European journal of clinical nutrition
    83. RASTENYTE D; TUOMILEHTO J; MOLTCHANOV V; LINDSTROM J; PIETINEN P; NISSINEN A
      ASSOCIATION BETWEEN SALT INTAKE, HEART-RATE AND BLOOD-PRESSURE

      Journal of human hypertension
    84. DOVALE CF; CAMARGO GMPA; RENZI A; LUIZ AC; SAAD WA; HETEM S; CAMARGO LAA
      IBOTENATE LESION OF THE MEDIAL HYPOTHALAMUS ALTERS THE SALT INTAKE AND PRESSOR-RESPONSES TO ACTIVATION OF THE MEDIAN PREOPTIC NUCLEUS IN RATS

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-PARIS
    85. MACGREGOR GA
      SALT - MORE ADVERSE-EFFECTS

      American journal of hypertension
    86. JIN WW; HOPFER U
      PURINERGIC-MEDIATED INHIBITION OF NA-K+-ATPASE IN PROXIMAL TUBULE CELLS - ELEVATED CYTOSOLIC CA2+ IS NOT REQUIRED()

      American journal of physiology. Cell physiology
    87. TORDOFF MG
      POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL-INDUCED CALCIUM APPETITE

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    88. TORDOFF MG
      NACL INGESTION AMELIORATES PLASMA INDEXES OF CALCIUM DEFICIENCY

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    89. MANNING RD; HU LF; RECKELHOFF JF
      ROLE OF NITRIC-OXIDE IN THE ARTERIAL-PRESSURE AND RENAL ADAPTATIONS TO LONG-TERM CHANGES IN SODIUM-INTAKE

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    90. YADA MM; DEPAULA PM; MENANI JV; RENZI A; CAMARGO LAA; SAAD WA; DELUCA LA
      RECEPTOR-MEDIATED EFFECTS OF CLONIDINE ON NEED-INDUCED 3-PERCENT NACLAND WATER-INTAKE

      Brain research bulletin
    91. CHAMBERS PG; RAUBENHEIMER D; SIMPSON SJ
      THE SELECTION OF NUTRITIONALLY BALANCED FOODS BY LOCUSTA-MIGRATORIA -THE INTERACTION BETWEEN FOOD NUTRIENTS AND ADDED FLAVORS

      Physiological entomology
    92. WELCH WJ; WILCOX CS
      ROLE OF NITRIC-OXIDE IN TUBULOGLOMERULAR FEEDBACK - EFFECTS OF DIETARY SALT

      Clinical and experimental pharmacology and physiology
    93. PAVAN L; CASIGLIA E; PAULETTO P; BATISTA SL; GINOCCHIO G; KWANKAM MMY; BIASIN R; MAZZA A; PUATO M; RUSSO E; PESSINA AC
      BLOOD-PRESSURE, SERUM-CHOLESTEROL AND NUTRITIONAL STATE IN TANZANIA AND IN THE AMAZON - COMPARISON WITH AN ITALIAN POPULATION

      Journal of hypertension
    94. RUIZOPAZO N; CLOIX JF; MELIS MG; XIANG XH; HERRERA VLM
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A SODIUM-RESPONSE TRANSCRIPTIONAL MECHANISM

      Hypertension
    95. MERVAALA EMA; PERE AK; LINDGREN L; LAAKSO J; TERAVAINEN TL; KARJALA K; VAPAATALO H; AHONEN J; KARPPANEN H
      EFFECTS OF DIETARY-SODIUM AND MAGNESIUM ON CYCLOSPORINE-A-INDUCED HYPERTENSION AND NEPHROTOXICITY IN SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    96. OLUBODUN JOB; AKINGBADE OA; ABIOLA OO
      SALT INTAKE AND BLOOD-PRESSURE IN NIGERIAN HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS

      International journal of cardiology
    97. SATO MA; SUGAWARA AM; MENANI JV; DELUCA LA
      IDAZOXAN AND THE EFFECT OF INTRACEREBROVENTRICULAR OXYTOCIN OR VASOPRESSIN ON SODIUM-INTAKE OF SODIUM-DEPLETED RATS

      Regulatory peptides
    98. LIANG J; TOBA K; OUCHI Y; NAGANO K; AKISHITA M; KOZAKI K; ISHIKAWA M; ETO M; ORIMO H
      CENTRAL VASOPRESSIN IS REQUIRED FOR THE COMPLETE DEVELOPMENT OF DEOXYCORTICOSTERONE-SALT HYPERTENSION IN RATS WITH HEREDITARY DIABETES-INSIPIDUS

      Journal of the autonomic nervous system
    99. MCCANN SM; FRANCI CR; FAVARETTO ALV; GUTKOWSKA J; ANTUNESRODRIGUES J
      NEUROENDOCRINE REGULATION OF SALT AND WATER METABOLISM

      Brazilian journal of medical and biological research
    100. YADA MM; DEPAULA PM; MENANI JV; DELUCA LA
      CENTRAL ALPHA-ADRENERGIC AGONISTS AND NEED-INDUCED 3-PERCENT NACL ANDWATER-INTAKE

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior


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