Voprosy meditsinskoi khimii (ISSN 0042-8809)

Angiotensin converting enzyme activity and its role in the pathogenesis of hydrodynamics and hemodynamics disturbances after contusion injury of the eye

   
Bendelic E.C., Kost O.A., Dotsenko V.L., Neshkova E.A., Moshetova L.K., Yarovaya G.A.
PubMed Id: 10432562
Year: 1999 vol: 45  issue:3  pages: 250-255
Abstract: Angiotensinconverting enzyme (ACE) activity was studied in tear fluid of the contusion injuried eye.We found substantial dicrease of ACE activity during 1 month after trauma. Reduced ACEactivity can potentiate kinin action and may contribute to the maintenance of reducedvascular tone, high capillary permeability inducing ciliochoroidal effusion which leads toocular hypotony. We have found decrease of ACE activity in another healthy eye.
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Reference: Bendelic E.C., Kost O.A., Dotsenko V.L., Neshkova E.A., Moshetova L.K., Yarovaya G.A., Angiotensin converting enzyme activity and its role in the pathogenesis of hydrodynamics and hemodynamics disturbances after contusion injury of the eye, Voprosy meditsinskoi khimii, 1999, vol: 45(3), 250-255.
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