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AGTAustralia's Got Talent (TV show)
AGTAmerica's Got Talent (TV show)
AGTAlgebraic and Geometric Topology
AGTO6-Alkylguanine-DNA Alkyltransferase
AGTAlanine-Glyoxylate Amniotransferase (enzymology)
AGTAcides Gras Trans (French: Trans Fatty Acid)
AGTAdvanced Global Technology
AGTAgent File
AGTAutomated Guideway Transit
AGTAzerbaijan-Georgia-Turkey (pipeline project)
AGTApplied Global Technologies
AGTA Global Threat (band)
AGTAtmospheric Glow Technologies
AGTAdventure Game Toolkit (text adventure creation system)
AGTApplied Graphics Technologies
AGTAdvanced Glider Training (UK)
AGTAutomated Guided Transit
AGTAssociation of Gardens Trusts
AGTAustralian Grain Technologies
AGTAlberta Government Telephone
AGTAdministration Generale et Territoriale
AGTAudubon Golf Trail
AGTAdvanced Gas Turbine
AGTAgent Trade
AGTAlkyl Guanine Transferase
AGTAbove Ground Tank
AGTAssociation of Government Toxicologists
AGTAssociation of Genetic Technologists, Inc.
AGTAutomotive Garage Tools
AGTAdvanced Guard Tower (Command and Conquer video game)
AGTAlgorithmic Graph Theory
AGTAssociació Gironina de Teatre
AGTAfrican Geography Tutor
AGTAdvanced Graphics Technologies
AGTAsesoria y Gestion Tecnica
AGTAstral Gemstone Talisman
AGTAll in Good Taste
AGTAdventure Game Theater
AGTAdvanced Gel Technology Ltd.
AGTApplications of Graph Theory
AGTAdvanced Generator Technology
AGTAdvanced Ground Transport
AGTAmerican Gasket Technologies, Inc.
AGTArizona Green Tea
AGTAdvanced Gun Technology (US DoD)
AGTApplied Geographic Technologies
AGTAssociazione Giuristi per il Turismo
AGTAvestha Gengraine Technologies Pvt, Ltd (India)
AGTAuthors' Group of Translators
AGTAimGlobal Technologies, Inc. (stock symbol)
AGTAcademy of Grain Technology
AGTAboriginal Group Training
AGTAktions Gemeinschaft für Tiere
AGTAcademically Gifted and Talented
AGTAlgebraic General Topology
AGTArbeitsgemeinschaft Touristik
AGTAutomated Gateway Transit
AGTAdvanced Geotechnical Testing, Inc.
AGTAbove Ground Tests
AGTAnode Gate Thyristors
AGTAdvanced Guidance Technology
AGTAll Good Thoughts
AGTAEELS Ground Terminal
AGTAlabama Great Southern Railroad Corporation (former stock symbol - now delisted)
AGTAssociaçio Gaucha de Taekwando
AGTAuthorized Gas Tester
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1997) Molecular genetics of human hypertension: role of angiotensinogen.
Effect of renal perfusion pressure on renal function, renin release and renin and angiotensinogen gene expression in rats.
Fetal functional capabilities in response to maternal hypertonicity associated with altered central and peripheral angiotensinogen mRNA in rats.
Umeda Y, Sato Y, Ikeda U, Nishiuma S, Matsuo M, Shimada K: Angiotensinogen and angiotensin-converting enzyme genotypes and day and night blood pressures in elderly Japanese hypertensives.
Briefly, in each group, 100 mg of ventricle were homogenized, and then the homogenate and plasma were independently divided into two: one was kept at 37[degrees]C for 1 h which may facilitate the binding of renin (RA) to angiotensinogen producing angiotensin I (Ang I) (experiment group); the other was stored at 4[degrees]C serving as controls.
Angiotensinogen and ACE are key elements of the renin-angiotensin system (RAS) and make a great contribution to the development of cardiovascular diseases.
It acts on angiotensinogen in plasma to generate angiotensin I which is converted into angiotensin II (Ang II) by Angiotensin Converting Enzyme (ACE) present in endothelial cells of blood vessels.
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7) RAS consists primarily of an enzymatic cascade in which angiotensinogen (AGT) is converted to angiotensin I (Ang I), and subsequently to Ang II by the actions of renin and angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE), respectively.
The role of angiotensin-converting enzyme, angiotensin II type 1 receptor and angiotensinogen gene polymorphisms.
Aiwu Zhou and colleagues decided to focus on angiotensin's parent molecule, angiotensinogen.
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