In 14 patients affected by chronic renal failure (7 males and 7 females) it has been evaluated the secretion of beta LPH, beta EP, ACTH and Cortisol in basal conditions and immediately after a dialytic treatment. For beta LPH and beta EP measurements on each thawed plasma a silic acid extraction and a successive peptides separation by a Sephadex G-75 column chromatography preceeded the two specific RIAs. Basal beta LPH plasma levels resulted significantly higher than in normal controls, while that of beta EP, ACTH and Cortisol were in the normal range. The dialytic treatment was able to increase ACTH and Cortisol plasma levels, without to modified beta LPH and beta EP plasma levels.

[Circulating opioid peptides in chronic renal failure: acute effect of dialysis treatment].

GENAZZANI, ANDREA
1982

Abstract

In 14 patients affected by chronic renal failure (7 males and 7 females) it has been evaluated the secretion of beta LPH, beta EP, ACTH and Cortisol in basal conditions and immediately after a dialytic treatment. For beta LPH and beta EP measurements on each thawed plasma a silic acid extraction and a successive peptides separation by a Sephadex G-75 column chromatography preceeded the two specific RIAs. Basal beta LPH plasma levels resulted significantly higher than in normal controls, while that of beta EP, ACTH and Cortisol were in the normal range. The dialytic treatment was able to increase ACTH and Cortisol plasma levels, without to modified beta LPH and beta EP plasma levels.
Petraglia, F; Facchinetti, F; De Leo, M; Parrini, D; De Leo, V; Verzetti, G; De Luca, S; Genazzani, Andrea
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