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Experientia. 1979 Nov 15;35(11):1475-6.

The pharmacological relevance of vital staining with neutral red.

Abstract

The uptake of neutral red into the renin-containing juxtaglomerular granules does not inhibit the release of renin either in basal or in stimulated states of renin secretion. The vasodilating effect of neutral red may be due to a nonspecific binding to noradrenaline-receptors in the vascular smooth muscle cells.

PMID:
510488
DOI:
10.1007/bf01962793
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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