By F. Krück (auth.), Herbert J. Kramer M.D., Friedrich Krück M.D. (eds.)
F. Kruck it's a nice excitement for me to welcome you to the workshop on Natriuretic Hormone right here in Bonn. For rather many years we have now been contemplating the opportunity of assem bling scientists who're curious about and drawn to the matter of a potential humoral natriuretic task. paintings has been performed in this subject in several elements of the area, in part with assorted equipment and occasionally additionally with varied and contlict ing effects. And hence we idea it may be very worthy to have own discussions with all of you so that it will succeed in a consensus of opinion on how reports might be contin ued. regardless of the present fmancial shortCOmings, universal to lots of the nations you're dwelling in, we felt it essential to use the entire funds we have been granted for our study paintings in clinicopharmacologic experiences to prepare this assembly. And so we did. because of the aid of varied pharmaceutical businesses we have been capable of defer the commute ex penses and prices for inn accomodation for the audio system. therefore this assembly will not be a sumptuous one, yet really a gathering for operating and particularly for discussions. And now in terms of starting this workshop, lowe you a number of explanations.
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Natriuretic Hormone by F. Krück (auth.), Herbert J. Kramer M.D., Friedrich Krück M.D. (eds.)