PMID: 2987122May 1, 1985Paper

True versus immunoreactive angiotensin II in human plasma

Hypertension
J NussbergerH R Brunner

Abstract

To measure specifically angiotensin-(1-8)octapeptide, peptides were extracted from 2 ml of plasma by reversible adsorption to bonded-phase silica. The angiotensin-(1-8)octapeptide was then isolated by isocratic reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography and quantified by radioimmunoassay. The extraction recovery of 125I-angiotensin II added to 2 ml of plasma was 99 +/- 2% (mean +/- SD). The overall recovery of 5, 10, and 20 fmol unlabeled angiotensin II added to 1 ml of plasma was 80 +/- 10%. The coefficient of variation for within-assay precision was 0.06 and for between-assay precision 0.13. The detection limit was 0.4 fmol/ml. Buffer and plasma blanks were below the detection limit. Normal subjects on a free diet in supine position averaged 4.2 +/- 1.7 fmol/ml angiotensin-(1-8)octapeptide. Furosemide (40 mg p.o.) and standing increased these values to 22 +/- 7.6 fmol/ml. In four volunteers, immunoreactive "angiotensin II" (more or less angiotensin-like material) was measured serially before and after converting-enzyme inhibition (Hoe 498) with conventional Dowex extraction. At peak inhibition, plasma immunoreactive "angiotensin II" levels decreased by only 44%. In contrast, angiotensin-(1-8)-octapeptide isolated b...Continue Reading

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