Hydrogen bond formation and deformation are crucial for the structural construction and functional expression of biomolecules. However, direct observation of exchangeable hydrogens, especially for oxygen-bound hydrogens, relevant to hydrogen bonds is challenging for current structural analysis approaches.
Renin suppression in primary aldosteronism indicates mineralocorticoid receptor activation via excessive aldosterone secretion, inducing renal damage. We investigated whether the reversal of renin suppression after the initiation of mineralocorticoid receptor antagonist therapy was associated with long-term renal outcomes in medically treated patients with primary aldosteronism.
Neutrophil granulocytes play key roles in innate immunity and shaping adaptive immune responses. They are attracted by chemokines to sites of infection and tissue damage, where they kill and phagocytose bacteria.
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