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The Renin-Angiotensin System: Comparative Aspects

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Series: Zoophysiology Volume: 35

Edited By: SD Bradshaw, W Burggren, HC Heller, S Ishii, H Langer, G Neuweiler and DJ Randall

270 pages, 40 figs, 13 tabs


Hardback | Dec 1996 | #58755 | ISBN: 3540611150
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The renin-angiotensin system and the mechansims regulating this system developed during the adaptive evolution of vertebrates, along with many other systems involved in the integrated survival of the organism. This book describes advances in research on the system with emphasis on the comparative aspects.| Only this comparative approach provides the understanding of the structure and function of adaptive systems and facilitates the development of general principles governing these systems among the various animal groups.

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