Angiotensin-converting enzyme: vascular endothelial localization.

P R CaldwellR L Soffer


Fluorescein-labeled antibody to rabbit pulmonary angiotensin-converting enzyme localized in the vascular endothelium of rabbit lung, liver, adrenal cortex, pancreas, kidney, and spleen. Epithelial cells of the renal proximal tubules were the only parenchymal cells among the organs studied that demonstrated immunoreactivity.


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