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In Brief: Selenium

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Selenium: Administration of selenium compound to a "strain of rats that spontaneously develops high blood pressure" caused the "blood vessels to relax sufficiently so that blood flow increases," say Sheldon May, PhD, and colleagues in the November issue of The Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. Research was conducted at Georgia Institute of Technology. The patented phenylaminoalkyl selenide compounds decreased blood pressure and increased blood velocity without increasing the animals' heart rates, the researchers add. The study also examined the metabolism of the substance...
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