volume 48, issue 2, P168-178 1990
DOI: 10.1038/clpt.1990.132
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Abstract: Although circulating bradykinin increases during surgery, concentrations remain unknown in the biologically relevant compartment, the inflamed tissue. We have developed a new method, using microdialysis probes, for collecting tissue samples of immunoreactive bradykinin in both postoperative patients and rats injected with carrageenan. In vitro studies determined optimal flow rate, that dialysate levels of immunoreactive bradykinin were linearly related to external concentrations, and that the probes do not act…

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