LE WE PMID CA
Bradykinin6923Bradykinin

Angioedema hereditary

Bradykinin

Calcium (Hypercalciuria)

Calcium (Physiology renal)

Diabetes mellitus (Involvement kidney)

JE049 ttBradykinin

Kallikrein

Nephroprotective renoprotective agents

Protein kinase C

TRPV5

1999  
1
Renal bradykinin receptors: localisation, transduction pathways and molecular basis for a possible pathological role (review).
[9917528] Int J Mol Med 3(2): 185-91 (1999)
2007  
2
The role of the renal kallikrein-kinin system in diabetic nephropathy.
[17143067] Curr Opin Nephrol Hypertens 16(1): 22-6 (2007)
2006  
3
Tissue kallikrein stimulates Ca(2+) reabsorption via PKC-dependent plasma membrane accumulation of TRPV5.
[17006539] EMBO J 25(20): 4707-16 (2006)
2007  
4
The kinin system--bradykinin: biological effects and clinical implications. Multiple role of the kinin system--bradykinin.
[19582206] Hippokratia 11(3): 124-8 (2007)
2011  
5
Consensus statement on the diagnosis, management, and treatment of angioedema mediated by bradykinin. Part II. Treatment, follow-up, and special situations.
[21995176] J Investig Allergol Clin Immunol 21(6): 422-41; quiz 442-3 (2011)
2011  
6
Consensus statement on the diagnosis, management, and treatment of angioedema mediated by bradykinin. Part I. Classification, epidemiology, pathophysiology, genetics, clinical symptoms, and diagnosis.
[21905496] J Investig Allergol Clin Immunol 21(5): 333-47; quiz follow 347 (2011)

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