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Die Niere als Bildungsstätte von Erythropoietin

  • W. Remmele
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Hätte das Symposion über “endokrine Funktionen der Niere” 1955 und nicht erst 1965 stattgefunden, so wäre es früher zu Ende gegangen. Das erste Thema des heutigen Vormittages wäre mit Sicherheit ausgefallen. Von einer Substanz namens “Erythropoietin” wusste man damals wenig, von ihrer Beziehung zur Niere nichts. Inzwischen füllen Arbeiten über “Niere und Erythropoiese” die Fachzeitschriften der Physiologen, Kliniker und Pathologen, und die Erwähnung endokriner Einflüsse der Niere auf die Blutbildung hat längst nichts Sensationelles mehr an sich.

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